PRN: Tokyo International Gift Show Autumn 2012: Over 3 Million Products to Go on Display with Largest Number of Exhibitors

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Tokyo International Gift Show Autumn 2012: Over 3 Million Products to Go on Display with Largest Number of Exhibitors

 
[17-July-2012]
 

TOKYO, July 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Business Guide-Sha, Inc. will hold "the 74th Tokyo International Gift Show (74TIGS) Autumn 2012," the biggest international trade show of gifts and lifestyle items in Japan, from September 5 to 7, occupying all halls of Tokyo Big Sight (82,660sqm).

The theme for 74TIGS is "Proposing 2012 Future-oriented Relaxation Gifts" bringing together 2,400 exhibitors, including 400 companies from 20 countries and regions such as Australia, Austria, China, Germany, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italy, Korea, Lithuania, Malaysia, Nepal, the Netherlands, Taiwan, the U.K., the U.S.A., and Vietnam.

HIGHLIGHTS

-- Japan's lively market - "Let's Share Energy, Support Reconstruction Together!"
The Small and Medium Enterprise Agency supports small and medium businesses which have lost their sales routes due to the Great East Japan Earthquake. About 60 companies will display processed foods using disaster-area produce and around 40 firms will exhibit ceramics and lacquer products utilizing traditionally cultivated craftsmanship, sundries using local resources, and more.

-- IT-related & entertainment goods to go on show, focusing on smartphones!
To be exhibited are "SmaRing" capable of standing or hanging smartphones, smartphone case "Marine" featuring the top JIS waterproof level of IPX8, iPhone case "KIT" assembled with three components, and "Flushing Cover" for iPhone 4/4S.

-- Anime comic characters & licensed figures - putting "Cool Japan" goods together
"Rilakkuma," a character popular across the world for his relaxed lazy character; "Astro Boy," the pioneer of serial TV animation, marking the 50th anniversary of its TV debut in 2013; Fuji Television's "Gachapin and Mukku" greeting the 40th anniversary next year since the program was first broadcast in 1973.

For more detail, please visit http://www.giftshow.co.jp/english/74tigs/fairshighlight.htm

For visitor registration: https://www.businessguide-sha.co.jp/FormsEnglish/tigs.aspx

Contact:
Tomoka Shoji / Akihiro Yoshinobu
Gift Show Overseas Press Desk
Kyodo Public Relations Co., Ltd.
Tel: +81-3-3571-5275
Fax: +81-3-3574-1005
e-mail: gift-overseas-pr@kyodo-pr.co.jp

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