The home and living gift show begins. Announced the decision to hold “International Gift Show” and “LIVING & DESIGN” at the same time

Business Guide Co., Ltd. (Head Office: Taito-ku, Tokyo, President and CEO: Nobutaka Haga) recently announced that the 94th Tokyo International Gift Show Autumn 2022 (September 7-9, 2022, Venue: Tokyo Big Sight) is an international trade fair on living and living renovation produced by designer Toshiyuki Kita. & DESIGN” will be held at the same time. By strengthening cooperation between the two sides, we will further contribute to Japanese distribution and living industries. It is assumed that the total number of exhibitors at each trade fair will be more than 1,500, and the number of visitors will be about 170,000.
For about 47 years, we have held the International Gift Show, Japan’s largest international trade fair for household goods. We look forward to your participation in the same trade fairs that will join the ever-more powerful gift show.
  • Tokyo International Gift Show Spring 2022 LIVING & DESIGN Pre-Event held in February 2022

A pre-event will be held from Tuesday, February 8 to Thursday, February 10, 2022 in Halls 4-6, East Exhibition Building, Tokyo Big Sight. Furniture and interior-related companies will exhibit and hold special seminars at the venue.

・ Visit registration (free) from here



For about 12 years since 2009, it has been held in Osaka as an exhibition of total interiors.
In addition to furniture, interiors, housing equipment, water supply, and building materials manufacturers throughout Japan, interior-related manufacturers from all over the world, including the United States, Germany, Belgium, and Italy, exhibited.
We will create businesses that lead to the development of lifestyle industries and contribute to the improvement of living spaces in Japan. It has been held online since 2020, when the corona was hit by the disaster, but in 2022, it will be held at the same time as the Tokyo International Gift Show, and will hold the long-awaited real event and advance into Tokyo. In collaboration with the Tokyo International Gift Show, we will continue to provide mutual cooperation to attract manufacturers and buyers from around the world. It is also expected that the synergistic effect of each network will strongly promote the internationalization of Japanese distribution and living industries.


In 1969, he began working on design in Italy and Japan.
He has produced many hit products in designs ranging from manufacturers in Italy, Germany, Japan, etc. to furniture, home appliances, robots, and household daily necessities. Many of his works are permanently housed in museums around the world, such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York. He has served as a government advisor to design revitalization in Singapore, Thailand, China, and other areas, and has held important positions in the design industry in Japan and overseas, including chairman of the “Good Design Award” judging committee. He is also involved in the revitalization of Traditional Japanese crafts and local industries, and is active in various fields such as producing and teaching product development. He advocated the RENOVETTA Project, an innovation in daily life. Professor at Osaka University of Arts. In 2011, he received the “Golden Compass Award” (International Achievement Award) in Italy. In 2016, he served as an international jury member of the award. In 2017, he was awarded the “Order of Merit of the Italian Republic Commentatore” by the Italian Republic. In 2018, he received the Intellectual Property Merit Award from the Commissioner of the Japan Patent Office.

Business Guide Co., Ltd.
International Gift Show Office
2-6-2 Kaminarimon, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0034, Japan
TEL(03)3843-9711 FAX(03)3843-9850

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