Tokyo Motor Show 2019 is coming to the corner and this page intends to help visitors find something entertaining during a visit in Tokyo, Japan! Let's enjoy the gathering as well as the technologies around motorcars!
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Are you looking for something fun while you are around in Tokyo? This is it! Let's see in this article how much the ticket is for admission and how you can access to the venue as well as what to expect for dining.
What is Tokyo Motor Show?
Tokyo Motor Show, or TMS, is a bi-annual fair in which automobile manufacturers and suppliers demonstrate their advance technologies and designs. Visitors can experience those technologies on site and feel where the automobile industries are heading.
TMS is the largest car fair in Japan that Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, Inc. organizes and many Japanese and foreign car manufacturers and supplies exhibit. 2019 is 46th TMS.
Event Date and Time
Event open/close depends on date and holidays.
|Oct 25||14:00 - 20:00|
|Oct 26||10:00 - 20:00|
|Oct 27||10:00 - 18:00|
|Oct 28 - Nov 2||10:00 - 20:00|
|Nov 3 - 4||10:00 - 18:00|
Tickets for Admission
Tickets can be purchased through online, travel agencies and box office at the venue. The prices for general public (as opposed to preview or press) are as follows (per person):
|After 4PM *||JPY1,000|
* Available only for Oct 26, Oct 28 through Nov 2.
High school and below student is free. In Japan, 18 year-old and below is generally within this category.
The event will happen at two neighbor venues. You can walk from one venue to the other. It is about 15 to 20 minutes on foot. Shuttle buses are also scheduled for visitors between the venues.
Venue 1: AOMI Exhibition Halls
Station: Aomi Station (U10) - Yurikamome Line
Venue 2: Tokyo Big Sight
Station: Tokyo Big Sight Station (U11) - Yurikamome Line
Yurikamome Line starts at Shimbashi St. (U01) or Shiodome St. (U02) and ends at Toyosu St. (U16). It runs every 4 to 5 minutes around Tokyo waterfront area.
Rinkai Line is also available for the venues. However, personally I recommend Yurikamome Line because it is more simple stand alone line. No need to check the direction or non-stop stations.
Where to Dine
During the event, a gourmet event will also be held. No English website available but you can see on the link below for what can be eaten. Some famous bloggers chose their favorite restaurants and those restaurants will provide those selected foods at Tokyo Big Sight.
Also, there are several restaurants in Venus Fort near Aomi Station. Venus Fort is a mall for shopping and entertainment. You can find it easily around the Aomi Station.