Interior Lifestyle Tokyo 2019 Event … all you need to know
Interior Lifestyle Tokyo 2019 is the next design event in our schedule that will let you taste the Asiatic culture and, especially, design and its thriving market. The summer is here but all we can think is the crucial events that require our presence: one of them is Interior Lifestyle Tokyo 2019 – Co-creating Future With Design, a wonderful opportunity to get to know and finally enter the Asiatic market. The 2018 edition was a complete success, with 615 Japanese exhibitors and 195 coming from all over the world and 25,456 visitors from 42 countries and regions, the design event is the perfect showcase of every designer’s dreams. Get ready for this event with our Interior Lifestyle Tokyo 2019 Event Guide!
When and Where
“International trade fair which proposes lifestyle concepts in interior design markets starting in Tokyo and expanding into markets all around the world” is the theme that was chosen for the edition of this year that occurs from 17 to 19 of July. The Interior Lifestyle Tokyo 2019 has a place at Tokyo Big Sight and 800 exhibitors have already registered to welcome visitors with new trends and inspirations for the next autumn/winter season.
What you can’t miss
The Corner Shop
Situated at the Atrium, The Corner Shop will realize a real street market, creating the perfect inspiring setting for vendors and buyers to conduct business together. In this edition of Interior Lifestyle Tokyo 2019, the corner has been directed by Mr. Yu Yamada, whose reputation and buyer method has been acknowledged since 2007. Also, a special pop-up store, led by Mr. Yamada, will represent a guide and an example of his method to the buyers.
The Interior Lifestyle Tokyo 2019 will try to keep up with the latest trends, especially with ethical consumption and all the ethical products related to energy saving, recycling, sustainability, and traditional crafts. MADE51 and RATTA RATTARR are some of the ethical brands invited this year: the first one has been a United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees projects – born in 2016 – to provide refugees with business opportunities; the second one – elected as the Japanese Social Design Project of the ELLE DECO International Design Awards (EDIDA) – sees the collaboration with people with disabilities and their creative contribution to the brand.
Traditional Japanese craftsmanship plays a central role here, since its presentation at the Frankfurt fair, showing all its potential with the high-quality design and promoting the related skill-set internationally. This is a great highlight of the Interior Lifestyle Tokyo 2019 that you can’t miss!
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