30th Interior Lifestyle Tokyo Exhibition in 2022

February 24, 2022

After a 2-year hiatus because of the pandemic, the Interior Lifestyle Tokyo exhibition has returned for its 30th anniversary. It will be held in Tokyo Big Sight West Exhibition Halls, from 1st to 3rd July 2022. 


About Interior Lifestyle Tokyo

Interior Lifestyle Tokyo is an expo dedicated to the interior design sector to showcase emerging trends in advance. Exhibitors assemble in Tokyo to show off a wide range of lifestyle products, including designed gifts, tableware, delicacies, jewellery, and high-end furniture.

Visitor Information

The Interior Lifestyle Tokyo exhibition is open only for private viewing. All visitors must complete the pre-registration form before attending the fair, which will begin around March 2022

Each visitor will be provided a badge containing their own information. Exhibitors can get the visitor’s profile by scanning on the badge’s barcode.  

The organiser and its group companies will make visual and auditory recordings, as well as sketches of exhibition stands or individual exhibits, for documentation or publications purposes. This also applies to any individuals who may be present during the recording.

COVID-19 Regulations

The expo organiser will undergo Covid-19 countermeasures to ensure visitors’ health and safety. It is advisable for overseas visitors to quarantine themselves for 14 days/2 weeks before attending the exhibition.


Visit https://interiorlifestyle-tokyo.jp.messefrankfurt.com/tokyo/en.html for more information and updates. 

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