Held as Hybrid Show

[ONSITE (Makuhari Messe, Japan) + VIRTUAL]

Manufacturing World Japan 2021, which was held for the 32nd time this year, closed successfully, attracting 8,558 visitors despite Covid-19.
This year's exhibition provided a new opportunity for international exhibitors to exhibit remotely, enabling them to have meaningful business discussions with Japanese visitors who visited their on-site booths from without leaving their home countries.
In addition, the exhibition was held as a hybrid between the venue and online, and visitors from all over the world visited the virtual booths and had meetings thruough the digital platform.

Everything about Manufacturing Gathered

out of 9 specialised Shows

Manufacturing World Japan 2021 Scene from Day 1

International Exhibitors Successfully Exhibited Remotely

Visitors joined the show remotely through a video call

For international visitors who can't come to Japan due to the travel restriction, Show Management guided online visitors remotely around the booth and had technical discussions with exhibitors. The safety of the visit was very much satisfied by participants.

Covid-19 Measures were Thoroughly Taken at the venue

Taking body temperature with thermography

Finger sterilization

Always Ventilation


Mask Distribution Counter

33 Conferences on Latest Industry Trends

<Top industry speaker list> (excerpts)

Will Shaffer
Boeing Japan K.K.
Vice President
Boeing International

Hiroshi Wakai
Corporate Vice President
Vice President Aerospace Company
Chief of Engineering & Development Center

Hideki Hanami
Control System Platform Divishion
Hitachi, Ltd.

Tomomi Kosaka
Operating Executive
Production Engineering Supervisory Unit
Honda Motor Co., Ltd. 

Thousands of Products and Solutions on Display

Held in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya!


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