Showcase of Japanese MONOZUKURI/CRAFTSMANSHIP with HIGHLY FUNCTIONAL Products and AESTHETIC Designs
JAPAN HOUSE @ JAPAN PAVILION in BIG+BIH FAIR 2012
at Event Hall EH 101 in Design Area, BITEC
Japan Pavilion Information (THAI Version)/ข้อมูลทั่วไปของ Japan Pavilion ภาษาไทย
Exhibitors: 25 Japanese companies
Details of Exhibited Products (THAI version)
Business talk arrangement:
~ONLY on October 16-17, business talk meetings with Japanese exhibitors are welcome.
+(Appointment reservation form is required)
Virtues of JAPANESE DESIGN reflected by exhibited GOODGOODSJAPAN
+ Japan has built up a strong reputation as a world’s leading great design nation for centuries. Thoughtful Japanese designers embrace good intentions into their design work, by transforming ordinary consumer products used in everyday life into original products with great design, excellent function, high-quality materials of harmony with nature and exceptional Japanese craftsmanship.
+ Good design is highly promoted in Japan and other great design nations to enrich life with function-oriented convenience, and aesthetic style. Japanese design lifestyle products earn many world-class design awards as the reward for the designers’ calibre of thoughtful innovation and talents.
Japan Pavilion’s Booth Design
The Japan Pavilion, with a simple wooden lattice enveloping the entire structure, was designed to secure ample space while providing easy access to the exhibited goods. While not overly Japanese, the booth design employs a uniquely Japanese aesthetic to welcome Gift Fair visitors”
+ JETRO and the Japan Institute of Design Promotion (JDP) are participating in this year’s Bangkok International Gift Fair by displaying Japanese Pavilion featuring the Japan House.
+ JETRO, Japan’s trade and investment promotion agency, helps grow business both in Japan and Thailand by assisting Japanese companies in their overseas expansion
+ The JDP, which has spent many years promoting Japanese design with its Good Design Awards and other initiatives, is currently engaged in activities that contribute to the development of Thai design.
+ Japan Pavilion, has been operated as part of JETRO’s Asia Caravan that started this year. Apart from exhibition, the business meetings arranged with business persons primarily from Thailand and other ASEAN nations aim to expand business opportunities and promote design in both Japan and Thailand.