Japan’s largest jewelry trade show, IJT 2003, will host 1,100 exhibitors from 35 countries. In addition, net exhibition space has been increased by 20% for the annual event, which will be held Jan. 29 to Feb. 1 at Tokyo Big Sight.
A variety of domestic jewelry manufacturers, wholesalers, designers from Okachimachi in Tokyo & Kofu, jewelry wholesale base; world-renowned pearl-producing base Kobe; Osaka; and the rest of Japan are geared towards presenting new styles, launching house brands, supplying rare items, using newly-adopted crafting techniques, etc.
Also, some 40% of exhibitor space is being used, international exhibitors, including national or regional pavilions from Italy (60 companies), Germany (40 companies) and France (30 companies), Hong Kong (50 companies), Taiwan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Singapore, Belgium, Brazil, Australia, etc. are set to unveil their unique designs and rare gemstones sought by Japanese and international buyers alike. The companies at these pavilions as well as other international suppliers offer a wide spectrum of products, from price-competitive items to luxurious collections.
To facilitate your purchase plans, the IJT Exhibit Photo Digest, a photographic compilation of some of the products to be unveiled at IJT, is available upon request.
For more information online, go to www.reedexpo.co.jp/ijt.