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Q1: What do I need to enter the show?

A: You will need an visitor ticket and business cards. Please apply for the visitor ticket from the following website.

Click here for Visitor Ticket Request

Q2: Can I enter concurrent show as well?

A:  You can enter concurrent show ("JAPAN'S FOOD" EXPORT FAIR) with the same ticket.

Q3: How many people can enter the show per visitor ticket?

A: Each visitor ticket allows entry for one person only.
For additional tickets, please register from the following link.

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Q4: How can I find out more about exhibitors?

Q5: How can I contact exhibitors?

A: Exhibitors' Contact Information is available on the Exhibitor Directory.
For the purpose of visitors to request appointments before the show, you may use it and contact exhibitors directly.
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Q6: Is Floor Map available before the show?

A: The Floor Map will be available on the website around two weeks prior to the opening date of the show.

Q7: Is a visa necessary to enter Japan?

A: Show Management does not support VISAs for visitors. Please refer to the "Guide to Japanese Visas" on the website of The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan:


Please note that the necessity of a visa varies by nationality of the visitors. For particular details, please contact your nearest Japanese diplomatic mission directly.

Q8: How do I get to the venue?

A: Please refer to the transport access information below for details.

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Q9: Is there free Wi-Fi available at the show?

A: Internet access is available at the "Overseas Lounge" during the show which is located within the exhibition.
Please also visit the official Tokyo Big Sight for details about other Wi-Fi services. 

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Q10: Can I leave my luggage at the venue?

A: Yes. Cloakrooms and coin lockers are available on-site. Please refer to the floor map of the show venue.

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Q11: Can I take pictures at the venue?

A: Recording and photography is strictly prohibited at the exhibition halls and seminar rooms other than authorised press visitors with a press badge.

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