August 25 (Thu.) - 27 (Sat.), 2022 9:30am -5:00pm
*Closes at 4:00pm on the last day
~You can always count on home improvement centers~
Add color to your life with "DIY"
MAKUHARI MESSE, 2-1 Nakase, Mihama-ku, Chiba-shi, Chiba 261-0023 http://www.m-messe.co.jp
Japan DIY・HC Association
The Ministry of Economy, Trade & Industry / Chiba Prefecture / Chiba City / Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) /IHA (International Federation of Hardware and Housewares Associations)/ghin(global home improvement network)
Free of charge for trade visitors (General public: 500 JPY)
Japan DIY・HC Association will hold the 59th JAPAN DIY HOMECENTER SHOW 2023 at the International Exhibition Hall in Makuhari Messe for three days from August 24 (Thurs) to August 26 (Sat).
JAPAN DIY HOMECENTER SHOW, which will be held this year for the 59th time (the total number of shows in both East and West Japan) was first held in 1978. It is now one of the largest comprehensive lifestyle-related exhibitions in Japan and aims to help popularize and raise awareness of the sound practice of DIY, contributing to the overall development of the home-improvement center industry and to a richer lifestyle for people living in Japan through cooperation between manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers of DIY-related products and materials, bringing together a wide range of products and services under one roof, and leading to the creation of vibrant business opportunities, the exchange of ideas, and improved publicity for the industry vis-à-vis general consumers.
We are extremely grateful as this success is the result of understanding and cooperation shown to our association by various lifestyle-related related parties including numerous corporations and organizations.
More people came to last year's show compared to the previous year, with 319 exhibitors, 860 booths, and 20,447 visitors. We would like to thank all the lifestyle-related industries for working with our association to make this show possible.
In addition to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the depreciation of the yen has caused consumer prices to increase, putting pressure on households and making consumers more cautious about spending. It is expected that there will be more interest in DIY, manufacturing, gardening, and other activities that enable people to create their own lifestyles at a cheaper price.
To promote the importance of home improvement centers and the fun of DIY and manufacturing, we want to improve the exhibitions and have 400 exhibitors and 50,000 visitors at this year's show.
The theme of this year's show is "- Home Improvement Centers you can always rely on - Look! Touch! Find!" Home improvement centers have part of communities, providing products and services that can be relied on at any time. Look, touch, and get a feel for some of the tools and materials to help you find your new lifestyle at a brick-and-mortar store for home improvement where you can actually pick up and look at products yourself.
The event will be organized around three themed zones for different target audiences. These include "A home improvement center you can always rely on," which is also the theme of this show, "Kirari! DIY girls," and "A hidden studio for discerning men," targeting women and men respectively.
At the "A home improvement center you can always rely on" zone, we introduce the home improvement centers participating in the event, their activities, and the camping equipment that they have to offer. You can learn more about DIY in the "Kirari! DIY Girls" zone, such as how to choose tools and materials for the job and how it can save you money. In the "A hidden studio for discerning men" zone, you can try welding and car maintenance or have some fun with radio-controlled cars.
Aside from above, there will be the annual "Japan DIY Product Competition," which showcases the products from exhibitors, and awards outstanding ones based on expert reviews and popularity voted on by visitors, "HOMECENTER BUSINESS MATCHING," which allows direct business negotiations with the Association's member retailer (HC), and "DIY・HOMECENTER Awards" to introduce and award the DIY of general consumers. We are also planning a business seminar to invite famous lecturers from various business categories.
In order to attract a large number of industry stakeholders, the press, and the general public, we will promote not only the event itself but also the information of exhibitors through various media.
We look forward to seeing you at the 59th Japan DIY HOMECENTER SHOW 2023.
Japan DIY · HC Association
Chairman Toshiyuki Inaba
Japan DIY · HC Association
For further information, please contact
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TK Sarugakucho Bldg. 2F, 2-7-6, Kanda-Sarugakuchō, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0064, JAPAN
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