66th Tokyo International Gift Show : DigInfo

DigInfo – www.diginfo.tv Related Links www.giftshow.co.jp www.atpf.org www.giftshow.co.jp The 66th Tokyo International Gift Show Autumn 2008 was held at Tokyo Big Sight and took up the entire building including both the east and west halls for a total exhibit space of 86410 square meters, which is equivalent to the area of six Tokyo domes. This Gift Show is known for being one of the most practical tradeshows and is held twice each year. The opening ceremony was held September 2nd with the participation of 2200 exhibitors from both Japan and abroad, and the expo was comprised of around 30 fairs that were focused primarily on the display of new, tasteful designs that blend well with our everyday lifestyles. The 51st Active Design Craft Fair featured an active design corner and design collections created with superior lifestyle oriented design aspects even for ordinary people. Various special events were also held including the Hawaiian World Healing Space, the Robot Showcase that featured a lineup of entertainment robots, and an Asia Trade Promotion Forum (ATPF) that included the participation of 28 nations from abroad. Traditional and modern Japanese brands that included interior goods designed with a Japanese taste were also showcased. These events provided visitors with an opportunity to enjoy unique items from abroad. The Beauty Cosmetics Fair showcased a wealth of unique goods from abroad including organic soaps, cosmetics, and makeup kits. With the growing popularity
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3 Responses to 66th Tokyo International Gift Show : DigInfo

  1. ebicain says:

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  2. Farenheights says:

    I’m actually very impressed with that Eco clock, moreso because of the battery being nothing more then a little tube of water. I’m assuming you’d have to refill it often, but the idea behind it is good. Using water AS an energy source is probably the next best step.

  3. StandOutOfTheCrowd96 says:

    Where’s Hello Kitty?! D=

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