Interior Lifestyle Tokyo celebrates 30 years of success at another trendsetting edition
Japan has long been regarded as a global trendsetter in the interior design industry, with Tokyo in particular noted for its minimalist sophistication. At the 30th edition of Interior Lifestyle Tokyo earlier this month, this reputation was further cemented as the fair reached a series of major milestones. Strong results were recorded as 16,441 buyers reconnected with some 515 exhibitors from 10 countries and regions. The fair opened for the first time in three years from 1 – 3 June, after the previous two editions were deferred due to the pandemic.
Interior Lifestyle Tokyo to connect the market with the lifestyle trends of tomorrow
The wait for the return of Japan’s biggest interior design trade fair is almost over. After a three year break caused by the pandemic, the landmark 30th edition of Interior Lifestyle Tokyo is set to be held at the Tokyo Big Sight West Halls 1, 2 and the Atrium from 1 – 3 June 2022. An estimated 500 exhibitors from 12 countries and regions will welcome interior industry professionals to conduct their purchasing for the upcoming autumn/winter and year-end sales seasons. The show represents an opportunity to explore new trends and upcoming developments in the market.
Interior Lifestyle Tokyo sets dates for its return in 2022
As a leading trade fair for the home décor and interior design market, Interior Lifestyle Tokyo is the ideal platform for exhibitors to meet new clients and expand their businesses. The fair, which was deferred for two years in a row due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will return from 1 - 3 June 2022 in the West Halls of Tokyo Big Sight for its 30th edition celebration. The 2022 show is poised to create an even more business-friendly environment through a strengthened business matching programme and a wider range of product zones.
The 30th edition of Interior Lifestyle Tokyo deferred to 2022
It has become necessary to defer the upcoming 30th anniversary edition of Interior Lifestyle Tokyo, originally scheduled to take place from 19 – 21 May 2021 in the AOMI Exhibition Halls of the Tokyo Big Sight. The decision from Messe Frankfurt Japan Ltd comes as a result of even stricter national regulations posed due to the pandemic.
Interior Lifestyle Tokyo set to return between 19 – 21 May 2021
As a leading business platform for the interior design market revealing upcoming trends in advance, this year’s Interior Lifestyle Tokyo has attracted over 400 local and overseas exhibitors of products for the upcoming autumn, winter, and year-end sales seasons. Despite travel restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, pavilions from Germany and Portugal will feature at the fair with the support of local Japanese staff, while many overseas brands with distributors in Japan will also exhibit their products. The 30th edition is set to take place from 19 to 21 May in the Aomi Exhibition Halls of Tokyo Big Sight.
Interior Lifestyle Tokyo 2021 sets to reignite business encounters for exhibitors
After a pause in the event calendar, Interior Lifestyle Tokyo will once again create opportunities for exhibitors to meet new clients and expand their businesses in May 2021. Messe Frankfurt Japan has been working closely with the local authorities to take precautionary measures and offer safe and effective platforms for Japan’s trade fairs.
Interior Lifestyle Tokyo 2020 will no longer take place
With the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continuing to effect Japan and the rest of the world, the public health outlook in the foreseeable future remains uncertain. In light of this situation, Messe Frankfurt Japan Ltd has made the difficult decision to cancel the upcoming 30th anniversary edition of Interior Lifestyle Tokyo, originally scheduled to take place from 3 – 5 June 2020 in the AOMI Exhibition Halls of Tokyo Big Sight.
Interior Lifestyle Tokyo 2020 opens exhibitor application and welcomes new creative directors
Interior Lifestyle Tokyo, to be held from 3 – 5 June 2020 in Tokyo, has begun inviting exhibitors for its upcoming edition. The previous show welcomed 770 exhibitors from 26 countries and regions to the fairground. More than 21,000 visitors made their way to Tokyo to find out the latest about interior design, and feedback was positive across the board. With the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Interior Lifestyle Tokyo will move to the Aomi Exhibition Halls of Tokyo Big Sight. Mr Makoto Tanijiri and Ms Ai Yoshida from SUPPOSE DESIGN OFFICE Co, Ltd were introduced as the new creative directors for the 2020 edition and will present new concepts to create new encounters.
Interior Lifestyle Tokyo 2019 focused on quality and promotion of young talents
Interior Lifestyle Tokyo took place from 17 – 19 July 2019 at Tokyo Big Sight’s West halls and closed with great success. The show attracted a total of 21,597 visitors and 770 exhibitors (Japan 609, Overseas 161) from 26 countries and regions, who displayed their newest products and provided insight into the latest industry trends.
High-quality exhibitors registered for Interior Lifestyle Tokyo 2019
Interior Lifestyle Tokyo, to be held from 17 – 19 July 2019 at Tokyo Big Sight West halls 1, 2, 3, 4 and the Atrium, has begun inviting visitors for its upcoming edition. An estimated 760 exhibitors from 26 countries and regions will welcome buyers who conduct purchasing for the following autumn/winter and year-end sales season. The show represents an opportunity to explore new trends and upcoming developments.
Interior Lifestyle Tokyo opens exhibitor applications for 2019 edition
Interior Lifestyle Tokyo, to be held from 17 – 19 July 2019 at Tokyo Big Sight West halls 1, 2, 3, 4 and the Atrium, has begun inviting exhibitors for its upcoming edition. The previous show welcomed 810 exhibitors from 29 countries and regions and 25,456 visitors from 42 countries and regions, and received much positive feedback. The show has been held since 1991, and welcomes buyers who conduct purchasing to target the following autumn/winter and year end sales season, meaning the show is an opportunity to explore new trends and upcoming developments.
Interior Lifestyle Tokyo comes to successful end and proves itself as a trend-setting business platform
The 28th edition of Interior Lifestyle Tokyo, held from 30 May – 1 June 2018 at Tokyo Big Sight, came to a successful close after welcoming 810 exhibitors*1 (Japan: 615, Overseas: 195) and 25,456 visitors. The show received excellent feedback from exhibitors and visitors alike for providing a whole array of new contacts, projects, and ideas.
27th edition of Interior Lifestyle Tokyo comes to successful end and proves itself as a trend-setting business platform with quality visitors
Interior Lifestyle Tokyo, held from 14 – 16 June 2017 at Tokyo Big Sight, came to a successful close after welcoming 787 exhibitors (Japan: 645, Overseas: 142) and 27,573 visitors*1.