Tokyo Auto Salon Association (in operation in the office with-in SAN's Inc., Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo) will host the “TOKYO AUTO SALON 2016”, one of the largest annual custom car and car-related product show, over the three-day period from Friday, January 15 to Sunday, January 17, 2016.
The show takes place at the MAKUHARI MESSE occupying the entire Convention Complex (International Exhibition Halls 1-11, International Conference Hall, Makuhari Event Hall and Outdoor Arena).
TOKYO AUTO SALON traces its history back to the “Tokyo Exciting Car Show”, an event first held in 1983 with the goal of “establishing a custom car culture”. The event changed its name to “TOKYO AUTO SALON” in 1987, and 2016 marks the show’s 34th anniversary. The number of visitors has increased steadily for six years running since 2009. The show hit a record high in 2015: it broke the 300,000 mark for the first time in history, and eventually had 309,649 visitors. Again this time, we are doing our best to prepare for the event to offer more satisfying contents to continue attracting more than 300,000 visitors.
To provide better serve our visitors, TOKYO AUTO SALON 2016 will extend opening hours until 8:00 pm on Friday and Saturday (usually 6:00 pm) for those who wish to come to the show after school or work (as usual, it closes at 5:00 pm on Sunday).
It is a pleasure to announce that Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, Inc. (JAMA) and Japan Automobile Federation (JAF) have been newly engaged in the support of TOKYO AUTO SALON. We now join hands with these authoritative organizations, both of whom are committed to promote a prosperous automobile industry as well as to achieve an enriched motorized society, to undertake various approaches towards our mutual evolution.
We are delighted to unveil TOKYO AUTO SALON’s new logo with powerful message. The brand-new logo is an icon of the show to represent “Uniqueness and Freedom” of the car culture as well as to evoke a sense of expectancy that the show is to deliver “Full of Enjoyment”.
More inforamtion on: www.tokyoautosalon.jp