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Tokyo Big Sight (Tokyo International Exhibition Center)東京ビッグサイト

Event Hall / Public Hall

Located in the Ariake district of Tokyo's Koto City, this is Japan's largest convention center. It opened in 1996 and is used for various trade fairs and exhibitions throughout the year including business as well as cultural events. It is famous for hosting the Tokyo Motor Show and the Comic Market. The interior is mainly divided up into the Conference Tower, East Hall, East New Exhibition Hall, West Hall and Restaurant Avenue.

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place Tokyo Koutou-ku Ariake 3-11-1
phone 0355301111

Review of Tokyo Big Sight

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Reviewed:2018/11/06 Great exhibition center
Visited the place during an event. It’s huge, you could get lost if it wouldn’t be signs everywhere showing directions.
Great place.
Reviewed:2018/11/01 A stylish, superb and magnificent place.
I travelled to Tokyo on business, in fact I would attend an exhibition held at the Big Sight. The exhibition center is huge; there were many exhibitors in the pavillions, and a large number of people...
Reviewed:2018/10/13 Clean!
This is the cleanest exhibition center of the world!
Everything is arranged perfectly, with all small details like automatic lockers for small items and cloak service for larger luggage, soft but...

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Update date:2019/09/15

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