Exhibition Hosting /Operations Business Segment
（As of Mar. 23, 2017）
■Exhibition Hosting Business Segment
Tokyo International Fire and Safety Exhibition (FIRE-SAFETY TOKYO)
The Tokyo International Fire and Safety Exhibition is held once every five years for the purpose of sharing lessons on disaster risks learned from past experience, increasing awareness about fire and disaster control in urban areas, and improving the ability of local entities to respond to emergencies. The exhibition brings together the latest fire-fighting and disaster prevention equipment and systems manufactured both in Japan and overseas to enhance cooperation among residents, companies, and local governments, and promote the development of related technologies and industries.The Tokyo International Fire and Safety Exhibition will be held over four days from May 31 to June 3, 2018.
Security & Safety Trade Expo (RISCON TOKYO)
The Security and Safety Trade Expo (RISCON TOKYO) is one of the largest comprehensive trade shows in Japan. It showcases the latest products, services and technologies in the risk management area across three exhibition zones: Disaster Risk Reduction, Security, and Risk Management Themes.
2017 marks the thirteenth RISCON TOKYO since inauguration in 2005 as a forum for business negotiations that lead to business development, and a base for government administrative bodies and private organizations to disseminate information. The 2017 expo will be held over three days from October 11 to 13.
Special Equipment Exhibition & Conference for Anti-Terrorism (SEECAT)
Special Equipment Exhibition & Conference for Anti-Terrorism (SEECAT) is a specialized exhibition for anti-terrorism products and services held annually in conjunction with the Security & Safety Trade Expo. The majority of visitors are public security professionals and specialists with expertise in Japan's anti-terrorism measures. Business negotiations and information exchange are conducted at the exhibition. SEECAT will be held over three days from October 11 to 13, 2017.
Aerospace Industry Exhibition Tokyo[Tentative Name]
This exhibition has been held since 2009 to introduce the most up-to-date technology and information of the Japanese aerospace industry from Tokyo to the world. It brings together related companies and government agencies to contribute to the development and expansion of the aerospace industry. Aerospace Industry Exhibition Tokyo is scheduled for fall 2018.
JIMTOF (Japan International Machine Tool Fair)
JIMTOF (Japan International Machine Tool Fair) is one of Asia's largest exhibitions and introduces state-of-the-art machine tools and related equipment earlier than any other exhibition in the industry. It is widely acclaimed as a large-scale show like EMO in Europe, IMTS in America, and CIMT in China. JIMTOF has a history of over fifty years since it was first held in Osaka in 1962.
JIMTOF will be held over six days from November 1 to 6, 2018.
・EMO：Exposition Mondiale de la Machine Outil
・IMTS :The International Manufacturing Technology Show
・CIMT : China International Machine Tool Show
STAND UP SUMMIT
As memories of the Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011 begin to fade, this summit seeks to foster a shared awareness of the challenges still facing those working towards recovery in the Tohoku region in fields such as disaster prevention/mitigation and dealing with negative publicity. With a particular focus on the young people involved in the recovery, and based on the idea of taking responsibility for creating one's own future, the summit brings together people from different generations to engage in discussions and presentations on approaches to recovery and shaping the future. The fourth annual summit will be held in August, 2017.
■Exhibition Operations Business Segment
TOKYO MOTOR SHOW
The 45th Tokyo Motor Show 2017 will be held over 10 days from October 27 to November 5. Tokyo Big Sight is entrusted with part of the operation of the show, which is organized by the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, Inc. The 44th Tokyo Motor Show 2015 was a great success with attracting more than 810,000 visitors, playing an important part in the development of Japan's automotive industry, and highlighting the enjoyment that can be gained from automobiles. We will continue to apply our expertise in site administration and exhibition hosting to assist the organizers to operate the motor show, and use the event to help revitalize the Tokyo waterfront subcenter and contribute to the development of the national economy.