An original content produced by TOKYO DESIGNERS WEEK using reusable cargo containers. An independent space ideal for promotions and branding. Visitors are fascinated by the unique exhibitions, including interactive art and space installations, but also media arts and projection mapping.
When we evaluated the visitors of the TOKYO DESIGNERS WEEK event, we found that many highly sensitive consumers inside and outside the design industry have attended. Rather than an exhibiting event for business, it has developed into an event that helps increase brand images and the promotion of products to consumers. In an era where the development of SNS and IT has caused each individual, including our event visitors to become an important medium of information, the TOKYO DESIGNERS WEEK event was highly praised by its exhibitors for the highly effective ripple effect created through its visitors. TDW has become a place for the increasing number of exhibiting companies and sponsors to capture high sensitivity consumers which do not respond to mass advertising.
① A Place for corporate Promotion
Deploy brand promotion through art & design targeting the 120,000 high sensitivity users effectively and efficiently.
② A Place for Product Promotion
TDW visitors are people who follow trends and the source of trends before the general public. It’s an ideal place for product promotion by the axis of the life sensitivity beyond age and sex.
③ A Place for Test Marketing
It’s an ideal place for product test marketing by the axis of the life sensitivity beyond age and sex.
④ A Place for Business Matching
It is an event not only for matching with buyers, distributors and media, but with new potential opportunities as well. It’s a place for cross encounter with a variety of large and small industries, designers, artists and consumers, thus leading to new product ideas and services.
⑤Place for exhibition and spot-sales
At TDW, you can do spot sales regardless of your exhibiting space.
Plan 1: Corporate Exhibition
An installation can be made freely, once the container booth exhibiting fee is paid by the company/industry/group.
Plan 2: Design Assocition Collaboration - Special Proposal (Company x Creator x Design Association)
Using company’s producst or ideas as a base, industry leading designers create a space within or of the space of the container as a promotion in a 3D medium.
Plan 3: School collaboration Special Proposal (Company x School x Design Association)
Art colleges and progressive universities design 3D advertisement using containers as a medium to promote company products and branding.
Nike Japan × Waseda University, Nike Japan × Tokyo Polytechnic University, CHINTAI × Tokyo Zokei University,CHINTAI × Kuwasawa Design School, CHINTAI × Kokushikan University, Secom × Kyushu Sangyo University, Secom× Tokyo Zokei University, Morimoto × Tama Art University, Hakuichi×Tama Art University, SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. × Tama Art University et
【[Past Corporate Exhibitor】
Ascot, Kazuo Adachi/fresco, Appletiser, Adobe Systems, the Arakawa Research Institute industry and ARC International, Arflex Japan, Venus Academy, Eco Design Network, AXIS4, SIA, Edogawa Traditional Craftmanship, NCN, Epos card, L Kakuei Corporation, ELECOM CO., LTD, Embassy of the Republic of Austria, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., Audio Technica, oji nepia co.,ltd, ORIX Real Estate, Furniture Design Institute, Kagome, Kiriin dining, Création Baumann Japan, Ltd., Cleanup, GROHE Japan, Globe Trotter, Kenzo Parfums, Kose, Kotobuki, The Conran Shop, Sanyo, Zippo Manufacturing, Sharp, Joy Ride Elastic Mat, Economic and Commercial Office Embassy Spain trade, the grove of a thousand years, Semba Corporation, Daikin Industries, Ltd. , Dyson, Daiwa House, Tama Art University, Teijin Ltd, Design Mai Berlin transform, Seiko Teraoka, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany m shopping district in Tokyo × Mu-Su-ToSu, Tokyo Wonder Site, Toyo Kitchen & Living, Tokyo Gas , Tokyo Electric Power Co.,Inc, Towa Real Estate Development Co., Ltd., Toyota, Nike, Japan Industrial Designers' Association, Philips apan, Nichiren Buddhism, Samsung Japan, Nautica Management Japan, Nokia Japan, Hershey Japan, Heartland Brewery, Heineken Japan, House styling, Panasonic Mobile, Hakuichi, Bals Corporation, Hankyu Communications, Puma Japan, Fujitsu/Fujitsu Design, Peugeot, Honda Institute of Technology, Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Mazda, Minerva, Morimoto, Yamaha Motors, ligne roset, Rhythm Watch Co., Ltd., re-plus, Lilycolor, Le Matan ideal, Luminabella, Tokyo Luminabella, label, Recaro, L'Ecole Vantan, CHINTAI, FOSSIL JAPAN, Franc franc, GSTAR RAW, IKEA JAPAN, IDEA, INAX, Pixiv, KDDI au design project, Levi's, Excite, LVMH Louis Vuitton Japan, SOZ CORPORATION, Stockholm Design Lab, TOTO, ZAGAT SURVEY
|Orientation||About Tokyo Designers week 2013 and its application procedure.
・Tokyo Designers Week 2012 Report
・Tokyo Designers Week 2013 Objective and Case study
・About Design Association activities
Orientation every week Monday: 17:00 - 18:00 Wednesday: 11:00 - 12:00, 17:00 - 18:00 Friday: 17:00 - 18:00
|Step 1Entry||You will receive a confirmation email when your entry is completed. If you do not receive a confirmation email, please contact
|Step 2 Submission of Exhibitor Contract Form||The exhibitor contract form will be send upon your entry. Fill out all the necessary information and submit via the “Contract Submission Form”. Please send the original signed copy by postal mail by its due date. The completed contract must be submitted in the next two weeks following your acceptance notice. Any exhibitor whose contract has not been received by its due date will be considered as withdrawn from the exhibition. The effective date of the contract shall be the receipt date by TDW office. Please note: In the event of withdrawal, exhibitors agree to pay the fees agreed in the application.|
|Step 3 Participation fee transfer||We will issue an invoice for Exhibition Contract Fee. Please make your payment by terms indicated below.
|Exhibitor briefing||A briefing in early August will explain construction procedures, In accordance with the exhibitor manual.