Museum Fair and Expo Forum
- Date & Hours:
- 2 September, 2019
- 13:30 – 18:00
- 3 – 4 September, 2019
- 09:00 – 18:00
Venue: Kyoto International Conference Center
- BENRIDO Inc.E32
Booth No. E32 (Event Hall)
Founded in 1887, Benrido has preserved thousands of Japanese national treasures by using photography, printing making and publishing. The company has also specialised in collotype, a printing process developed in France in 1855 since 1905 and remains the only studio left in the world producing collotypes in color.
- BURRTEC CO., LTD.E40
BURRTEC CO., LTD.
Booth No. E40 (Event Hall)
We are the Rodent and Pest Exclusion door sweep company from Japan.
We are not only producing industrial brushes but also giving you solutions to increase your productivity using our products.
We believe our best solutions bring you more time for your research! Please stop by at our booth. English available.
- crossEffect, Inc.E48
Booth No. E48 (Event Hall)
We crossMedical, Inc. offer services for rapid product design, prototyping, and vacuum casting.Particularly, we are good at making prototypes of organs, especially hearts, and surgery trainingmodels. You can confirm our quality and turn around time if you try our service even once!
- Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.E34
Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.
Booth No. E34 (Event Hall)
Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. has long utilized its core printing technologies to promote the spread of culture, predominantly in the field of visual arts.
Using this wealth of experience, DNP contributes to the creation of prosperous futures for museums and their environments.
- Daishinsha Inc.E09
Booth No. E09 (Event Hall)
We are always challenging to inspire as many people as possible by taking the optimum approach to creating unique print products.
We have an experience in finding the best way from combination of infinite number of materials and technologies and have a deep attachment to print products.
- Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd. (Daiwa Sakura Aid)E27
Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd. (Daiwa Sakura Aid)
Booth No. E27 (Event Hall)
Our founder, Nobuo Ishibashi, was born in Yoshino. He developed a deep love the nature, spirit and culture of Japan. Under the spirit of “Creating Dreams, Building Hearts ,” we, Daiwa Sakura Aid, will convey to the coming ages, the history, culture, art, and life of Sakura.
- Evolv Technology by Nasc InternationalE23
Evolv Technology by Nasc International
Booth No. E23 (Event Hall)
Evolv Technology exists to protect everyone’s fundamental right to be safe in all the places people gather. The company is a leader in preventing threats from weapons and bombs before they occur by consistently scanning everyone without the need to stop or empty pockets. Tested, proven and certified.
- GIKEN TRASTEM CO., LTD.E42
GIKEN TRASTEM CO., LTD.
Booth No. E42 (Event Hall)
Do you know how many visitors are coming to your facility?
Our sensors can count your visitors and create easy to use data reports (2 types: Cloud based and On-premise) to be used to:
・Optimize staff shifts from time based traffic data.
・Estimate future event attendance from past data.
・Create monthly visitor reports.
- Goppion Technology JapanE38
Goppion Technology Japan
Booth No. E38 (Event Hall)
All museums need to create exhibitions that express their specific cultural identity and planned exhibitions based on their collections. I would like to offer Goppion technology to designers and museums in the world to get away from standard products.
- hakuhodo-VRAR MicrosoftE06
Booth No. E06 (Event Hall)
Hakuhodo-VRAR, Wise inc., and the oldest Zen temple, Kenninji conducted the “MR Museum in KYOTO” based on the theme of Japan's national treasure, “The Wind and Thunder Gods”, using Microsoft Mixed Reality. It has received the highest award at the JACE Japan Event Awards for presenting a totally new way of experiencing cultural properties.
- HORIBA, Ltd. / HORIBA TECHNO SERVICE Co., Ltd.E19
HORIBA, Ltd. / HORIBA TECHNO SERVICE Co., Ltd.
Booth No. E19 (Event Hall)
HORIBA Group, headquartered in Kyoto, is dedicated to cutting-edge research as a comprehensive manufacturer of analysis and measurement.
In our booth, HORIBA’s well-received analyzers and applications are demonstrated.
Preserving cultural heritage is preserving culture and traditions. HORIBA’s measurement technology makes a significant contribution to cultural preservation by visualizing hidden value.
- ICOM and RoutledgeE36
ICOM and Routledge
Booth No. E36 (Event Hall)
ICOM partners with international academic publishing partner, Routledge, to publish its peer reviewed journal and books in the museum and heritage fields. Representatives of ICOM and Routledge will be present at this booth to provide information on the organisations' respective publishing catalogues.
- Ishibashi FoundationE21
Booth No. E21 (Event Hall)
The Ishibashi Foundation was established by Ishibashi Shojiro, a distinguished entrepreneuer who also devoted himself into cultural activities. Two pillars of its activities are Artizon Museum (former Bridgestone Museum of Art) and grant programs, supporting artistic, cultural and educational activities. Bridgestone Museum has been closed to construct a new building since May 2015, changed its name to Artizon Museum July 2019 and will be re-opened in January 2020. Artizon Museum will step out in new directions upholding the traditions.
- Japan Broadcasting CorporationE08
Japan Broadcasting Corporation
Booth No. E08 (Event Hall)
Have you ever experienced 8K? The overwhelming realism of ultra-high definition images 16 times higher than HDTV and 4 times higher than 4K with 22.2ch multi-channel 3D sound system is said to be “ultimate television." Try it at our NHK booth.
- KITERAS Inc.E25
Booth No. E25 (Event Hall)
KITERAS is a Japanese lighting manufacturer, specializes in the planning design and manufacturing of lighting equipment for museums. Our mission is creating ideal lighting environment for museums. We provide suitable lighting equipments by scientific, practical and logical way.
- KOMYO RIKAGAKU KOGYO K.K.E41
KOMYO RIKAGAKU KOGYO K.K.
Booth No. E41 (Event Hall)
We are a manufacturer of research equipment such as organic acids and ammonia that give deterioration of cultural property. In addition to sales, we do research and measures. We have many survey results, so please feel free to contact us.
- KONICA MINOLTA JAPAN, INC.E24
KONICA MINOLTA JAPAN, INC.
Booth No. E24 (Event Hall)
Digital embelshment by JETVarnish 3D is a new printing technology that performs inkjet spot varnishing and foil. We will display with printing companies that have introduced JET varnish 3D service quickly in Japan, cards and poster with innovative designs, paper crafts that can be used as souvenirs, and promotional items.
- KURABO Industries Ltd.E51
KURABO Industries Ltd.
Booth No. E51 (Event Hall)
Kurabo Industries has scanner and the image editing software which are most suitable for the digitization of wide range of manuscript. You can get high quality image date of drawing, book, official document, newspaper, artworks. We are sincerely looking forward you to visiting our booth.
- NEC Networks & System Integration CorporationE30
NEC Networks & System Integration Corporation
Booth No. E30 (Event Hall)
Empowered by mobile devices and technologies, today’s customers value personalized experiences. We offer hospitality ICT solutions that utilize the latest technologies such as "Intelligent Robot" and "Data Analysis and Interpretation". Please come to our booth (event hall E30). We are looking forward to seeing you.
- NHK EDUCATIONAL CORPORATIONE14
NHK EDUCATIONAL CORPORATION
Booth No. E14 (Event Hall)
The new 8K content viewer projects ultra high-definition images onto an 8K monitor, allowing you to expand them on a tablet.
Please enjoy the visual splendor of The National Treasure: The Illustrated Biography of Prince Shotoku,the Apollo Moon-landing, and a 360-degree Mars vista.
- NHK Promotions Inc.E07
NHK Promotions Inc.
Booth No. E07 (Event Hall)
NHK Promotions Inc. mainly handles cultural projects and events introducing outstsanding artworks and cultural assets in collaborations with galleries, museums and other organizations around the world. We plan and produce exhibitions on themes ranging from fine art and history to science, also helping to produce related catalogues and goods.
- NIPPON EXPRESS CO., LTD.E04
NIPPON EXPRESS CO., LTD.
Booth No. E04 (Event Hall)
We Find The Way - NIPPON ＥXPRESS Group brings customer's possibilities to reality. There are often many solutions, but only one way is the way. We use our determination to find the best way to overcome hurdles and take our customers across the finish line. Please entrust Nippon Express to transport art works!
- Nissha Co., Ltd. / Nissha Printing Communications, Inc.E29
Nissha Co., Ltd. / Nissha Printing Communications, Inc.
Booth No. E29 (Event Hall)
Nissha is a global company aiming to diversify products and target markets while fusing various technologies such as coating and laminating with printing technology. Nissha Printing Communications within Nissha Group aims to preserve cultural assets and promote their utilization with technologies such as high-quality image input / output and digital archiving.
Booth No. E03 (Event Hall)
Founded in Kyoto, NIWAKA is a leading jewelry brand that also strives to preserve Japan’s traditional craft techniques and nurture a new generation of artisans. With a team of craftsmen that have inherited centuries-old metal engraving and makie lacquer techniques, NIWAKA now participates in the reconstruction of historical craftwork.
- NOK CorporationE47
Booth No. E47 (Event Hall)
Because it is not an app, you can check the multilingual of the exhibit without downloading a dedicated app. A new technology that turns into a voice guide.
- Nomura Securities Co., Ltd.E02
Nomura Securities Co., Ltd.
Booth No. E02 (Event Hall)
Nomura is an Asia-headquartered financial services group. By connecting markets East & West, Nomura services the needs of clients through its four business divisions: Retail, Asset Management, Wholesale, and Merchant Banking. The firm is built on a tradition of disciplined entrepreneurship, serving clients with creative solutions and considered thought leadership.
- OTSUKA MUSEUM OF ART / Otsuka Ohmi Ceramics Co., Ltd.E20
OTSUKA MUSEUM OF ART / Otsuka Ohmi Ceramics Co., Ltd.
Booth No. E20 (Event Hall)
The Otsuka Museum of Art is a "Ceramic board masterpiece art museum" with the largest exhibition space in Japan. Inside, there are more than 1,000 replicas of priceless masterpieces of Western art. These masterpieces are reproduced to their original size using special techniques by the Otsuka Ohmi Ceramics Co., Ltd. Unlike the paintings in art books or textbooks, visitors will able to appreciate the true artistic value of the original works, and experience art museums of the world while being in Japan.
- PEOPLE SOFTWARE CORPORATIONE26
PEOPLE SOFTWARE CORPORATION
Booth No. E26 (Event Hall)
Since its establishment in 1982, People Software, a company specializing in software contracted development, and the development, provision and sales of its own SaaS and BaaS products and packages, has operated with the corporate philosophy of “creating impressive value”.
- Saraya Co., Ltd.E01
Saraya Co., Ltd.
Booth No. E01 (Event Hall)
Saraya is contributing to improve the sanitation, the environment and health of the world.
At our booth, we will exhibit SDG-related activities such as our environment conservation efforts in Borneo, where our raw materials are produced. We will also introduce some detergents made with Sophorolipid, a natural cleaning agent produced with plants and yeast.
- Sasakawa Health FoundationE31
Sasakawa Health Foundation
Booth No. E31 (Event Hall)
Sasakawa Health Foundation (SHF) was established in 1974 with the goal of realizing a world without medical and social problems caused by Hansen’s disease, also known as leprosy. SHF is also active in the fields of community health and public health, aiming for "Better health and dignity for all." https://www.shf.or.jp/e
- Scala Arts & Heritage PublishersE43
Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers
Booth No. E43 (Event Hall)
High quality books for the arts and heritage sector: guidebooks, collection highlights, exhibition catalogues, illustrated histories etc. We offer all aspects of the publishing process: design, editing, production, marketing and distribution throughout the world as part of the Scala list.
- SEKISEI CO., LTD.E49
SEKISEI CO., LTD.
Booth No. E49 (Event Hall)
Focusing on mind and culture, SEKISEI Co., Ltd. has been created attractive stationery with original idea since 1932. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe selected Wajimanuri Maki-e Ball Point Pen “GAFU” as gift for G20 national leaders s including American President Tramp and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
- SHARP 8K Interactive MuseumE13
SHARP 8K Interactive Museum
Booth No. E13 (Event Hall)
Not just view, but grab the masterpieces with SHARP's 8K. With 8K ultra high definition images and some interactions, we pursue to realize the immersive and unforgettable museum experience that you feel the physical presence of the real object in the whole body.
- SHIMADZU CORPORATIONE37
Booth No. E37 (Event Hall)
Shimadzu started manufacturing educational physics and chemistry instruments in Kyoto in 1875, as Japan was rapidly modernizing.
Since then, Shimadzu has supplied a variety of industrial products by embracing the challenge of cutting-edge development.
The company will continue to pursue science and technology that can contribute to future generations.
- SoundUD ConsortiumE10
Booth No. E10 (Event Hall)
Our main mission is to promote the Universal Design of Sound by encouraging governments and people to create a society free of language and hearing problems. We aim to achieve a society in which voice information is equally transmitted to anyone, anywhere. With more than 290 member companies, we are spreading a new Universal Design from Japan.
- TAKIYA CO., LTD.E39
TAKIYA CO., LTD.
Booth No. E39 (Event Hall)
With our company policy “To bequeath cultural heritages to the future.”, Takiya has been creating wide range of interior and architectural hardware. Our technique of exhibiting artworks with adjustability, thoughtful engineering, and modular cross-applicability is highly evaluated by experts of museums and galleries worldwide.
- TANSEISHA Co., Ltd. / Tansei INSTITUTE Co., Ltd.E11
TANSEISHA Co., Ltd. / Tansei INSTITUTE Co., Ltd.
Booth No. E11 (Event Hall)
As space creation specialists, we at Tanseisha assist with over 6,000 projects every year.
We create crossover "knowledge" spaces by introducing fun and exciting elements to experience. Building on past know-how, we provide specialist services tailored to diverse needs in equipment and facilities, along with practical expertise and operations.
- The Yomiuri ShimbunE17
The Yomiuri Shimbun
Booth No. E17 (Event Hall)
The Yomiuri Shimbun is Japan’s largest daily newspaper with a 145-year history and a distribution of about 8 million copies per day. Besides reporting news, the newspaper has organized a number of exhibitions in collaboration with major museums at home and abroad. In 2018, the newspaper, together with the Agency for Cultural Affairs and the Imperial Household Agency, launched the TSUMUGU Project, which aims to promote, preserve and restore Japan’s finest artwork by planning exhibitions and financially supporting repair programs.
- THK CO., LTD.E15
THK CO., LTD.
Booth No. E15 (Event Hall)
The Rondanini Pietà, the unfinished sculpture crafted by Michelangelo just before his death at 88 years of age. During its recent relocation, THK successfully took on the 500-year-old task of safeguarding this cultural heritage.
THK's pioneering LM Guide technology has revolutionized the performance of mechatronics, and its seismic isolation systems protect many national treasures and cultural assets in Japan. THK will use its extensive experience to preserve valuable cultural treasures for future generations through seismic isolation.
- Tianyu Culture Group Co., Ltd.E22
Tianyu Culture Group Co., Ltd.
Booth No. E22 (Event Hall)
Tianyu Cultural Group is a professional museum service system established in 2002. As the first group-owned enterprise in China serving museums, it effectively utilizes the resources of the industry in order to promote Chinese history and civilization. Its services cover from production of international exhibitions to museum construction and management.
- Tiqets InternationalE50
Booth No. E50 (Event Hall)
Tiqets is an innovative ticketing platform that is revolutionizing the way visitors discover, buy and use tickets for museums, shows and attractions. Our mission is to make culture more accessible, helping people discover and embrace cultural experiences. We're making the world's largest and most efficient curated marketplace for admission tickets.
- TOPPAN PRINTING CO., LTD.E16
TOPPAN PRINTING CO., LTD.
Booth No. E16 (Event Hall)
In 1997 Toppan Printing began developing Toppan VR, a virtual reality tool for digitalizing cultural properties and sharing them with the world. Since then we have created numerous VR productions that preserve precious cultural heritages over the planet for future generations. Toppan’s VR content can also be used as a tourism resource in various scenarios, from VR theater screenings to seminar presentations. We will be expanding our VR presentations to cultural tourism scenarios rich in experiences only available through Toppan.
- TOYO INK CO., LTD.E12
TOYO INK CO., LTD.
Booth No. E12 (Event Hall)
Our business concept is “Science-based Action×Innovative Action×Activity Chain＝Scientific Innovation Chain”. Under this concept, “For a Vibrant World” embodies our aspiration to achieve a world in which all living beings and the environment coexist in harmony.
- TRC-ADEAC Inc. : Digital Archive System ADEACE44
TRC-ADEAC Inc. : Digital Archive System ADEAC
Booth No. E44 (Event Hall)
We present our cloud-based digital archiving system ADEAC (A System of Digitalization and Exhibition for Archive Collections). ADEAC provides powerful tools to publicly release various cultural resources via the Internet in a form that focuses not only on the showing, but also on the ease of use.
- 26th ICOM General ConferenceE35
- USEN CORPORATIONE33
Booth No. E33 (Event Hall)
USEN has been providing background music for retail stores, museums, and other facilities for around 60 years. we have developed a product that can play announcements in multiple languages regarding lost children, earthquakes, fires, and so on.
The demo unit is currently being exhibited at “E33USEN”. We look forward to seeing you there.
- WAKAI SANGYO CO., Ltd.E45
WAKAI SANGYO CO., Ltd.
Booth No. E45 (Event Hall)
- West Japan Railway CompanyE05
West Japan Railway Company
Booth No. E05 (Event Hall)
JR-West will continue to provide high-quality products and services to railway passengers and communities throughout its service area.
- YAMAGIWA Corp.E28
Booth No. E28 (Event Hall)
Since our founding in 1923, Yamagiwa has been providing the most effective lighting solutions for various environments.
Our in-house capability of developing LED light sources, product design and control systems enables us to provide the best integrated lighting solutions for enriching user experiences at museums and exhibition spaces.
- YAMATO GLOBAL LOGISTICS JAPAN CO., LTD.E18
YAMATO GLOBAL LOGISTICS JAPAN CO., LTD.
Booth No. E18 (Event Hall)
Yamato will celebrate its 100th anniversary. Among them art transportation has a history of more than 60 years of handling exhibitions, and various works of art. At the booth, we will introduce our history, collection support services, and transportation materials developed by our group. Please feel free to visit.
- A group that disseminates excavating techniques for archaeological sites and introduces traditional arts and culture of Japan to the worldN31
A group that disseminates excavating techniques for archaeological sites and introduces traditional arts and culture of Japan to the world
Booth No. N31 (New Hall)
We are a group that disseminates excavating techniques for archaeological sites and introduces traditional arts and culture of Japan to the world. Live demonstrations of traditional folklore will be performed. We more then welcome people who are planning the Japan Exhibition.
- ARAKAWA & CO., LTD.N32
ARAKAWA & CO., LTD.
Booth No. N32 (New Hall)
Specialized manufacture of picture rails and wire hanging systems in Japan. ARAKAWA GRIP invented in 1975 is an easy to use and highly adjustable wire device. ARAKAWA & CO., LTD. is renowned globally for the ARAKAWA GRIP and other highly reliable products that reflect the company's commitment to quality.
- Beijing Meida Wenbo Technology Co., Ltd.N09-3
Beijing Meida Wenbo Technology Co., Ltd.
Booth No. N09-3 (New Hall)
Company Name: Beijing Meida Wenbo Technology Co., Ltd.
•Established Time: February, 2005
•Our Clients: Museum, Library, Memorial Hall, Archive, Art Gallery, Archaeological & Research Institute.
•Our Services: Various storage boxes, instruments &equipment, conservation materials related with the preservation and restoration of cultural relics, archives and art
- CLICK NETHERFIELD N24
Booth No. N24 (New Hall)
Welcome to CLICK NETHERFIELD, we are Museum showcase experts with over 50 YEARS’ experience working for royal families, world leaders, national institutions, artists and private collectors.
Our expert teams can be relied upon at all stages of a project, from initial consultancy, cost estimates, design development and prototyping through to manufacture, quality control, logistics, installation, commissioning, training and ongoing support.
- Conservation By Design LimitedN28
Conservation By Design Limited
Booth No. N28 (New Hall)
Conservation By Design (CXD) provides a comprehensive range of high-quality conservation storage and display products including furniture, showcases, acid-free boxes, museum boards and specialist papers to museums, galleries, libraries and archives worldwide. With over 25 years of experience CXD offer a first class service, manufacturing well designed, innovative product solutions.
- Daigoji-innovative Activity of a World Heritage Temple in KyotoN13
Daigoji-innovative Activity of a World Heritage Temple in Kyoto
Booth No. N13 (New Hall)
Founded in 874 in Kyoto, the Daigoji temple has been registered as a World Cultural Heritage Site since 1994, house to more than 100,000 national treasures and important cultural assets. Surrounded by its rich history and its flourishing nature, the Daigoji is more than ever opening its doors to international exchanges.
- Daiichigosei Co., Ltd.N20
Daiichigosei Co., Ltd.
Booth No. N20 (New Hall)
We handles various products related to cultural heritage, from excavational investigation to organizing, preserving, storing, exhibiting and experiencing.
We have served many clients that government office, public organization, museums, archive centers and other private companies for 45 years.
Our operations are currently expanding overseas.
Booth No. N45 (New Hall)
- EXPO 2025 OSAKA, KANSAI, JAPANN02
EXPO 2025 OSAKA, KANSAI, JAPAN
Booth No. N02 (New Hall)
EXPO 2025 OSAKA, KANSAI, JAPAN will be held in Yumeshima, Osaka under the theme, "Designing Future Society For Our Lives".
In our booth, outline of the World Expo will be showcased using digital technology, for a future World Expo experience.
- Floating FactoryN05
Booth No. N05 (New Hall)
Floating Factory, which creates lifelike underwater objects using the polymer gel derived from the artificial muscle, has held exhibitions at commercial facilities in Japan.
Having also produced modern art works on the boundaries and dialogues between life and non-life (things,) we would like opportunities to exhibit them at museums.
- Fluidharmony Research Laboratory AssociationN03
Fluidharmony Research Laboratory Association
Booth No. N03 (New Hall)
The tone quality, color, harmony width and its time-variation can be observed by this new invented system. The water surface gravity waves in fluid Mechanics theory are utilized here and new perturbation methods ware developed. Organ sounds, which has long history and so especially high abilities to create multi-harmonic waves, were used.
- 4DAGE Technology Co., Ltd.N39
4DAGE Technology Co., Ltd.
Booth No. N39 (New Hall)
- Al Museum (Micrometer level modeling; Intelligent Exhibition Guide System, Display System);
- Automatic 3D Digital Reconstruction (Cultural relics, space etc.);
- SLAM Algorithm; Machine Vision;
- Product: 4DMuseum, 4Dart, 4DModel, 4DWall, 4DMuseum, 4DAR etc.
- The World’s First Consumer Grade 3D Camera, 4DKanKan.
- Fuji Xerox Kyoto Co., LtdN04
Fuji Xerox Kyoto Co., Ltd
Booth No. N04 (New Hall)
Cultural transmission by making a copy of ancient documents.
- Hashilus Co., Ltd.N08
- Image Access GmbHN40
Image Access GmbH
Booth No. N40 (New Hall)
Image Access, the German based scanner manufacturer, offers solutions in all large format segments.
Exclusive for the ICOM conference, the new WideTEK36ART will be on display:
This device enables contact-free scanning of works of art like oil paintings as well as surfaces like wood, tiles or textiles in 3D mode.
- IMEASURE INC.N34
Booth No. N34 (New Hall)
IMEASURE INC. is a manufacturer of special image scanners for 20 years from its inception.
We will exhibit:
(1) Ortho Scan-IMAGER which provide high definition image over 3-GIGA pixels. (2) Infrared image scanner which visualize old documents. (3) UV-Fluorescent image scanner which help decording of Palimpsest.
- JVS GROUP s.r.o.N42
JVS GROUP s.r.o.
Booth No. N42 (New Hall)
JVS Group s.r.o. specializes in the promotion, creation, design, production and tour management of large international touring exhibitions, concerts and cultural events.
All touring exhibitions that we promote and produce are high quality, educational, entertaining and interactive.
Visit our booth N42 to learn more about COSMOS DISCOVERY and INCA GOLD exhibitions.
- KUMAHIRA CO., LTD.N16
KUMAHIRA CO., LTD.
Booth No. N16 (New Hall)
Since 1898, Kumahira group has built up the history of providing security products to protect customer valuables from a variety of threats. Based on the accumulated technology of "preservation", we continue to develop the security products and facilities to preserve cultural properties, and supply high-quality products with the latest technology.
- KYOTO'S 3D STUDIO Co., Ltd.N14
KYOTO'S 3D STUDIO Co., Ltd.
Booth No. N14 (New Hall)
KYOTO’s 3D STUDIO’s task is to transform scanned data into ones required to check and restore buildings or historical artifacts. Those data can be utilized in wide range of applications such as modeling or reverse engineering, 3D printing, CAD, maintenance and repair, overhaul, digital archives.
- Kyushudaito, Inc.N10
Booth No. N10 (New Hall)
I feel touching the warmth of the tree. We will guide you to a new frontier.
Booth No. N38 (New Hall)
We are leaders in high-quality museum display solutions. We offer modular and tailored display cases as well as total fit-out.
We translate your vision into a structural & technical design. Our team of creative and skilled experts will work with you to best present, preserve & protect your collection.
- MinebeaMitsumi Inc.N26
Booth No. N26 (New Hall)
Light controlled easilly and smoothly.
Operate the lighting direction vertically and horizontally, dimming, light distribution angle and color temperature easily from the smartphone application.
Multiple scenes can be set up and stored up to 100 SALIOT's can be controlled with one touch.
Lighting operations are simplified with a wide range of available applications.
- Mitsubishi Gas Chemical GroupN09-2
Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Group
Booth No. N09-2 (New Hall)
Concept of RP SYSTEM：RP SYSTEM is applicable for museums, galleries, libeaeies, archives, cultural propertise and so no. It does not require large-scale equipment for gas-fumigation but a heat-sealing machine only.
- Museum of National Taipei University of EducationN30
Museum of National Taipei University of Education
Booth No. N30 (New Hall)
Established in 2011, the Museum of National Taipei University of Education (MoNTUE) aims to create an artistic dialogue between the university and the city, collaborate with schools at all levels, cross over different disciplines, and to connect with peers around the world to shape the future of museums together.
- Museums of TaiwanN37
Museums of Taiwan
Booth No. N37 (New Hall)
“Taiwan: A Living Museum” Exhibition and demonstrations showcase how Taiwan museums contribute to contemporary issues, including sustainability, human rights, social inclusion and equity, public engagement and innovative practices. Our collective efforts represent a driving force in moving Taiwan forward.
- Nanjing VITA Cultural Heritage Protection Technology Co., Ltd.N44
Nanjing VITA Cultural Heritage Protection Technology Co., Ltd.
Booth No. N44 (New Hall)
Nanjing Vita, whose concept is “Mastering Cutting-edge Technology and Manufacturing Timely Products”, focuses on providing the advanced cultural relics protection equipment and after-sales services for museums.
- National Cheng Kung University MuseumN29
National Cheng Kung University Museum
Booth No. N29 (New Hall)
Founded in 2007, National Cheng Kung University Museum is the first museum under a national university structure in Taiwan. It initiated the Taiwanese Alliance of University Museums in 2017. The university museums not only locate on campus, but also work on how to present the university perspective.
- National Museum of Korea / ICOM KoreaN22
National Museum of Korea / ICOM Korea
Booth No. N22 (New Hall)
The National Museum of Korea is a place where you can enhance your understanding of global history and culture, and helps you to develop a sense of arts. The Museum hopes you to enjoy a variety of its cultural programs with your family and friends.
- National Palace MuseumN36
National Palace Museum
Booth No. N36 (New Hall)
The National Palace Museum in Taiwan houses nearly 700,000 artifacts of rich history. Visitors will experience 8K ultra-high quality video and multimedia interactive devices, such as VR and AR installations, which the Museum uses to show the innovative combination of art and technology and to re-interpret the Museum's precious cultural relics.
- Nikkei Inc.N18
Booth No. N18 (New Hall)
Nikkei Inc. provides valuable information through many media, including The Nikkei. Having added the Financial Times to the group, our globalization is accelerating. Through the sponsorship of the 2018 Jakuchu exhibition, February 2019 Noh performances in Paris and so on, we promote cultural projects in Japan and overseas involving art, opera, concerts and more.
- NISHIO BIOLOGICAL MODELS CO., LTD.N12
NISHIO BIOLOGICAL MODELS CO., LTD.
Booth No. N12 (New Hall)
We reproduce natural, historical, and scientific exhibits and research materials in an authentic and simple manner.
We always aim for more than what is expected in our presentation.
- NOHMI BOSAI LTD./KOATSU CO., LTD.N23
NOHMI BOSAI LTD./KOATSU CO., LTD.
Booth No. N23 (New Hall)
NOHMI BOSAI always assumes "Moshimo" since its establishment in 1924, and contributes to the safety of society through various disaster prevention systems. In today’s society which disaster prevention needs continue to diversify and advance, we introduce the best disaster prevention system to cultural assets as a pioneer of disaster prevention.
- OKAMURA CORPORATIONN33
Booth No. N33 (New Hall)
In Okamura, we have been providing high quality products and services to our customers since the establishment.
We integrate collective expertise and technology from all of our business domains from beginning of development to the end of manufacturing.
- Olympic Museums NetworkN01
Olympic Museums Network
Booth No. N01 (New Hall)
Founded on 7 September 2006 in Lausanne, Switzerland, at the initiative of The Olympic Foundation for Culture and Heritage, the Olympic Museums Network reunites 30 Olympic Museums around the world. The network's main objective is to promote the values of Olympic culture and Olympic values education.
- ORION MACHINERY CO., LTD.N15
ORION MACHINERY CO., LTD.
Booth No. N15 (New Hall)
Orion Machinery Co., Ltd. is the global developer and manufacturer of precision temperature & humidity control equipment, refrigeration equipment, clean air system, and vacuum pumps.
Our Precision Air Processors, "PAP series", combine energy saving and high precision air conditioning which best suit the museum and repository environment control.
- QD Laser,Inc.N46
Booth No. N46 (New Hall)
As a specialist of laser and optics, we have developed Retinal Projection Laser Eyewear. It has a miniature projector inside the frame to draw images directly onto retina.
This technology aims to improve the accessibility of the elderly and visually impaired peoples to museums.
- SCREEN Holdings Co., Ltd.N17
SCREEN Holdings Co., Ltd.
Booth No. N17 (New Hall)
SCREEN possesses core technologies in three key areas: surface processing, direct imaging and image processing. These unique technologies have guided us in many different areas of business, from printing and electronics to energy and life sciences.
Providing various solutions that supports today's IoT society, we're contributing to realize a sustainable future.
- SHOYEIDO INCENSE CO.N07
SHOYEIDO INCENSE CO.
Booth No. N07 (New Hall)
“Play, Learn and Experience Incense!” Kunjyukan is comprised of a lobby, gallery, and hall. It accommodates events such as exhibitions, conferences, and parties. Shoyeido, an incense company established over 300 years ago, manages this facility with a simple quest ‒ sharing Japanese traditional culture with new generations.
- Stroly Inc.N11
Booth No. N11 (New Hall)
Stroly is an online platform for maps linked with location information. Anyone can upload and add their own maps, and find maps created by others near their current location.
- TAKAYANAGI SHEET METAL INC.N06
TAKAYANAGI SHEET METAL INC.
Booth No. N06 (New Hall)
STAINLESS PIPE PRESS SERIES.
RECLASSIFIED FREE OBJECTS.
THE OVERWHELMING PRESENCE CANNOT BE IGNORED.
GET A LOT OF ATTERTION AT AN EXHIBITION AND AN ENTRANCE!
CAN BE AN EYE－CATCHING SYMBOL OFAN EVENT VENUE.
THE BEAUTIFUL DESIGN WONEN BY STAINLESS STEEL AND TRUSS STRUCTURE.
- Teikoku Databank Historical MuseumN19
Teikoku Databank Historical Museum
Booth No. N19 (New Hall)
Teikoku Databank Historical Museum is Japan’s only museum in corporate credit research. We introduce social role of corporate credit research through 200-year history of the industry. Also, we have held special planed exhibitions such as “Time-Honored Company,” “Corporate Museum,” and “Local Industrials” using database and big data of corporate information.
- The International Journal of Intangible Heritage / National Folk Museum of KoreaN21
The International Journal of Intangible Heritage / National Folk Museum of Korea
Booth No. N21 (New Hall)
The International Journal of Intangible Heritage, promoted by the National Folk Museum of Korea and with the support of the ICOM Korea, is an exceptional initiative work to transmit the vision and the main theme of 2004 ICOM SEOUL, Museums and Intangible Heritage, since the journal’s launch in 2006.
- Tianjin CNRO Science & Technology CO., Ltd.N43
Tianjin CNRO Science & Technology CO., Ltd.
Booth No. N43 (New Hall)
CNRO specializes in the research, design, production, installation and service of intelligent low-oxygen controlled atmosphere preservation technologies and application technology, and creatively applies the low-oxygen controlled atmosphere technology to the field of preventive protection such as cultural relics, ancient books, archives, and low-oxygen insecticide.
- TOKYO KOON CO., LTD.N25
TOKYO KOON CO., LTD.
Booth No. N25 (New Hall)
Tokyo Koon Co., LTD was established in 1948 as a film laboratory, and now provides audiovisual conservation and digital restoration services worldwide for not only museums but individuals to preserve film, video and sound collections.
- TOPPEN Co., Ltd.N35
TOPPEN Co., Ltd.
Booth No. N35 (New Hall)
Toppen Co., Ltd. is a company that supports research of cultural properties using digital technology, digital archives, and plans and produces exhibition content using data. We support the public from research and research with our philosophy of "valuable information to a large number of people".
- Tru VueN27
Booth No. N27 (New Hall)
Tru Vue products, including Optium® Museum Acrylic, UltraVue® Laminated Glass, and TruLife® Acrylic, are known around the world for creating awe-inspiring visual experiences and lasting protection. We work closely with museum and design professionals to develop specialty glazing for fine art and cultural heritage that solve design and display challenges.
- TT TRADING CO., LTD.N09-1
TT TRADING CO., LTD.
Booth No. N09-1 (New Hall)
Is the most reliable manufacturing company of conservation papers in japan (Tokushu Tokai Paper Co.,LTD). During development of conservation papers,domestic experts like librarians,paper chemists, conservators gave us a lot of helpful advice. Moreover, the latest research results are reflected in our products.
- Zone Display CasesN41
Zone Display Cases
Booth No. N41 (New Hall)
Zone Display Cases is a leading designer and manufacturer of high-end museum quality display cases. Based in Canada, we deliver and install our cases worldwide and provide outstanding customer service. We offer fully customizable turnkey solutions that will meet the most demanding conservation requirement and solve complex design and constructibility challenges.
- Administrative Agency for Osaka City MuseumsA03
Administrative Agency for Osaka City Museums
Booth No. A03 (Annex Hall)
AAOCM consists of six museums and galleries across Osaka City, with over two million visitors last year. Our collections are varied and contain everything, ranging from local heritage and marvelous fine arts and ceramic National Treasure, to the oldest planetarium projector and rare beetles. Don't miss them while in Osaka.
- AKZU LIGHTSYSTEM CO., LTD.A27
AKZU LIGHTSYSTEM CO., LTD.
Booth No. A27 (Annex Hall)
‘AKZU Museum Quality Light’. AKZU diligently strives after the perfect light quality for museum lighting fixtures, concentrates on producing and developing museum track light, gallery projector, cabinet light, recessed spot light, intelligent control system and lighting solutions, to meet the strict requirement of museum, art museum, art gallery lighting.
- art space co-jinA18
art space co-jin
Booth No. A18 (Annex Hall)
art space co-jin, located in Kojinguchi on the east side of Kyoto Imperial Palace, is a place to encounter the artworks and expressions of people with disabilities.
In addition to the exhibitions at the gallery, we are digitally recording, preserving, entering into a database, and sharing the artistic works of people with disabilities in Kyoto Prefecture.
- Dagik Earth (Kyoto University)A45
Dagik Earth (Kyoto University)
Booth No. A45 (Annex Hall)
Dagik Earth is an educational project to enjoy the scientific outputs on the earth and planets with three-dimensional digital globe in science museums, schools and home. The digital globe software is available for PCs and tablets. The hardware of this digital globe is easy to be made by yourself.
- Handicapped Welfare Promotion Office, Public Health and Welfare Bureau, City of KyotoA19
Handicapped Welfare Promotion Office, Public Health and Welfare Bureau, City of Kyoto
Booth No. A19 (Annex Hall)
The City of Kyoto promotes social participation of the persons with disabilities through art by creating opportunities for them to create works and organizing exhibitions. The City also widely introduces their works and will implement initiatives based on market research to encourage their financial independence.
- Higashiosaka CityA12
Booth No. A12 (Annex Hall)
Higashiosaka is a city where many prehistoric age and ancient archaeological sites remain.
We have introduced three-dimensional photogrammetric technology for the protection and study of the sites.
At ICOM Kyoto 2019, 3D models will be placed in a "Virtual Museum" exhibition, so you can experience virtual reality with photogrammetry for yourself.
- Hirox Co., Ltd.A40
Hirox Co., Ltd.
Booth No. A40 (Annex Hall)
HIROX is the Digital Microscope manufacture coming from optical lens manufacture background. We have various lens covering from macro to 7000x, and the original "Rotary-Head" adapter for 360 degrees rotational inspection. HIROX is working together with many museums and institutes in art related applications for high quality visual inspection.
- Independent Administrative Institution National Museum of ArtA05
Independent Administrative Institution National Museum of Art
Booth No. A05 (Annex Hall)
The Independent Administrative Institution National Museum of Art stands as the nexus of art advancement in Japan, charged with fostering the creation and development of art and culture in Japan, and the cultivation of aesthetic awareness among the Japanese people.
- International Research Center for Japanese StudiesA48
International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Booth No. A48 (Annex Hall)
The International Research Center for Japanese Studies (Nichibunken) was founded to pursue international, interdisciplinary, and comprehensive research on Japanese culture, and to provide support for Japanese studies scholars around the world. During the conference, Nichibunken will display erotic Ukiyo-e prints by Suzuki Harunobu and part of the "Shuten dōji" scroll.
- JAPAN CULTURAL EXPO —NIHONHAKU—A34
JAPAN CULTURAL EXPO —NIHONHAKU—
Booth No. A34 (Annex Hall)
Timed to coincide with Tokyo 2020, Agency for Cultural Affairs and Japan Arts Council present “Japan Cultural Expo –Nihonhaku–” nationwide. “Humanity and Nature” is the overarching theme for this series of programs introducing the many dimensions of the culture and arts of Japan from the prehistorical Jōmon age to the present.
- Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO)A04
Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO)
Booth No. A04 (Annex Hall)
JNTO supports international meetings and events in Japan. Do you have time after ICOM2019? Come to our booth and we will provide you with tourist information and useful tips for your time in Japan. Let us help you find destinations that inspire new ideas!
- JICA Grand Egyptian Museum Joint Conservation ProjectA33
JICA Grand Egyptian Museum Joint Conservation Project
Booth No. A33 (Annex Hall)
This Egypt and Japan joint conservation project aims at enhancing the skills of Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) specialists. It conducts the entire process of conservation activities ranging from condition check, first aid, packing, transportation, analysis, to conservation on 72 artifacts including Tutankhamun’s collection which will be exhibited at the GEM.
- Kuboso Memorial Museum of Arts, IzumiA47
Kuboso Memorial Museum of Arts, Izumi
Booth No. A47 (Annex Hall)
Our museum is located in southern part of Osaka. We house a large collection of approximately 11,000 items, with examples of Chinese and Japanese calligraphy, paintings, ceramics, and metal works. These include 2 National Treasures and 29 Important Cultural Properties, as well as ukiyoe, antique maps, and modern Western artworks.
- Kyoto City KYOCERA Museum of ArtA16
Kyoto City KYOCERA Museum of Art
Booth No. A16 (Annex Hall)
Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art will be reopened on March 21, 2020 as the “Kyoto City KYOCERA Museum of Art” allowing for a fusion of “old” and “new” are fused. In this booth, we will introduce the outline of the renewal, such as permanent exhibitions and contemporary art exhibitions in the new building!
- Kyoto Heritage Preservation AssociationA17
Kyoto Heritage Preservation Association
Booth No. A17 (Annex Hall)
Kyoto Heritage Preservation Association, a public foundation that temples, shrines and cultural heritage owners belong, carries out various heritage preservation activities. Especially, we started up the first donation-based crowdfunding for their preservation in Japan.
Preserving and inheriting cultural heritages to the future lead to take over Japan’s history and culture.
- Kyoto Power of Culture Project & Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and IndustryA15
Kyoto Power of Culture Project & Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Booth No. A15 (Annex Hall)
We will hold the exhibition of Kyoto under the theme of the traditional industry and advanced industry and life culture. Please come by all means.
- Life Museum NetworkA49
Life Museum Network
Booth No. A49 (Annex Hall)
The mission of the museum that has emerged after The 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake is to face “life” and “live” again.
The Life Museum Network develop the social mission of museum by strengthening and expanding the networks which share the same aspirations.
- Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, Tokyo/ Mitsubishi Estate Co., Ltd.A21
Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, Tokyo/ Mitsubishi Estate Co., Ltd.
Booth No. A21 (Annex Hall)
Located in Marunouchi, Tokyo, The Mitsubishi Ichigokan is a museum organized by MitsubishiEstate Co., Ltd. since 2010. We hold 3 exhibitions per year focusing on modern art between late19th century and early 20th century. We seek collaboration with those who would like toorganize exhibitions with us.
- Museums of Hyogo PrefectureA07
Museums of Hyogo Prefecture
Booth No. A07 (Annex Hall)
Hyogo is a big prefecture facing different three seas and we have variety of cultures and climates, so you can enjoy the cultural diversity. You can also get close culture, art, history and nature in museums in Hyogo. Why don't you come to Hyogo and experience our culture?
- Museumspartner A41
Booth No. A41 (Annex Hall)
MuseumsPartner Turnkey Travelling Exhibitions: Ötzi-The Iceman, Marine Reptiles, Maya, Orcas, Stonehenge, Egypt and Vikings, create unique visitor experiences. We combine our extensive experience in international fine art transport, art handling and exhibition design with the latest scientific research of world-renowned partner museums to create high-quality travelling exhibitions.
- National Insutitutes for Cultural HeritageA09
National Insutitutes for Cultural Heritage
Booth No. A09 (Annex Hall)
The mission of the Independent Administrative Institution, the National Institutes for Cultural Heritage (NICH) is to conserve and manage the use of valuable national assets, called cultural properties. NICH is engaged in establishing museums; collecting, storing, and publicly exhibiting tangible cultural properties; as well as conducting related research and analysis.
- National Museum of Ethnology, OsakaA14
National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka
Booth No. A14 (Annex Hall)
The National Museum of Ethnology (Minpaku) was established in 1974 as an Inter-University Research Institute in the field of cultural anthropology and ethnology. It is equipped with large-scale museum facilities as well as post-graduate educational facilities. Minpaku is now the largest ethnographic museum in the world.
- NICHIA CORPORATIONA36
Booth No. A36 (Annex Hall)
Nichia, the world-wide leader of high quality LEDs, is promoting Optisolis™ technology, a spectrum closest to that of the sun, but without the UV component. Optisolis™ is most suitable for museums, with a focus on not damaging the subjects and representing colors as they were most naturally intended.
- NPO All Japan Art Flower Designers AssociationA02
NPO All Japan Art Flower Designers Association
Booth No. A02 (Annex Hall)
This organization was established in 1970.This is an official NPO organization of creation art flower and other artists to share their progressive activities environmental membership group and obtained the NPO in 2000. This organization contribute of domestic and overseas artistic cultural and harmony also collaboration activity service.
- NPO The World of Cultural HeritageA26
NPO The World of Cultural Heritage
Booth No. A26 (Annex Hall)
The use of cultural heritage as well as preservartion is a major subject of recent cultural administration in Japan. Purpose of our organization is contribution to the projects intended to stimulate local communities through the plannig for presevation and utilization of cultural heritage.
- Ooiri Co., ltd.A28
Ooiri Co., ltd.
Booth No. A28 (Annex Hall)
We are a "craftsman's company" of the expert "経師-kyouji-" of Japanese bookbinding.
We are also engaged in restoration of cultural property and Japanese book.
We respond to every request with "traditional technology and knowledge".
If you are interested in East Asian archives, please stop by at the booth.
- Preparatory Office for National Ainu MuseumA13
Preparatory Office for National Ainu Museum
Booth No. A13 (Annex Hall)
The National Ainu Museum will open at the beside of the lake Poroto, in Shiraoi town in April 2020.The permanent exhibition room exhibits the history and culture of Ainu to visitors from home and abroad based on six themes expressed from the perspective of Ainu.
- Project for Preservation of Cultural Assets Damaged by Tsunami in 2011A10
Project for Preservation of Cultural Assets Damaged by Tsunami in 2011
Booth No. A10 (Annex Hall)
Our goal is to share with museum professionals and the public the experience and knowledge gained through efforts to preserve and restore museum collections damaged by the tsunami on March 11, 2011. We believe that the project will be useful in case of a similar natural disaster.
- Promoting the registration of Materials Related to the Bando PoW Camp to the UNESCO’s Memory of the World. Tokushima Prefecture, Naruto CityA06
Promoting the registration of Materials Related to the Bando PoW Camp to the UNESCO’s Memory of the World. Tokushima Prefecture, Naruto City
Booth No. A06 (Annex Hall)
The Materials Related to the Bando Prisoner-of-War Camp comprise invaluable records of the daily life and cultural activities of the German prisoners who were interned in the Camp in World War I. Tokushima Prefecture and Naruto City promote registration of this Materials to the UNESCO's Memory of the World.
- Relicase Display Engineering LimitedA37
Relicase Display Engineering Limited
Booth No. A37 (Annex Hall)
Relicase is a professional showcase supplier that aims to deliver high quality,customized solutions for the exhibition,display,and preservation of historical artifacts as well as modern works of art. Our solutions are focused to deliver the highest standards of museum conservation as well as the protection and design objectives of the exhibitions.
- Sabae Manabe MuseumA25
Sabae Manabe Museum
Booth No. A25 (Annex Hall)
We would like to introduce 2 successful persons who were born and raised in Sabae.
One is Kuriyouji, art animation pioneer, and the other is Joruri and Kabuki writer Chikamatsu Monzaemon who was one of three major writers in Genroku era. We will introduce them with their work - art animation and Joruri performance.
- SAKAI CITY MUSEUMA08
SAKAI CITY MUSEUM
Booth No. A08 (Annex Hall)
Sakai City Museum, located in the Daisen Park, south of Nintoku-Tenno-Ryo Kofun, opened in 1980 for the 90th anniversary of the municipality of Sakai City. As a museum of Sakai’s history, art, archaeology and folklore, it collects, preserves and exhibits various items, to contribute to the culture and lifelong study.
- Seoul Museum of HistoryA35
Seoul Museum of History
Booth No. A35 (Annex Hall)
Seoul Museum of History is a city history museum that specializes in the history of Seoul as the capital of Korea based on historical relics, urban remains and historic houses. The museum including 10 branch museums offer the opportunity to deepen understanding of Seoul and experience variety culture of Seoul.
Booth No. A39 (Annex Hall)
smARTravel brings art loving travellers to Museums and cultural institutions (i.e. heritage monuments and gardens)! smARTravel helps Museums to be economically sustainable (and ultimately independent from subsidies) by enhancing and maximising visitors'/travellers' streams and transform them into revenues. smARTravel addresses the art travelling community with official and authorised content.
- TAKENAKA CARPENTRY TOOLS MUSEUMA24
TAKENAKA CARPENTRY TOOLS MUSEUM
Booth No. A24 (Annex Hall)
The Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum was opened in 1984 in Nakayamate, Kobe, as the only museum of carpentry tools in Japan, with the objective to collect and conserve such disappearing tools as a cultural heritage, and to pass them on to the next generation through research and exhibitions.
- Tanaka Nobuaki photographer officeA32
Tanaka Nobuaki photographer office
Booth No. A32 (Annex Hall)
Nobuaki Tanaka’s works are consisted of nudes of Japanese female printed on the Japanese making paper by hand, which challenges Western beauty. Further, the screen made in a traditional studio and indigo dye, a collaboration with a female color man will be exhibited.
- The Association for Conservation of National TreasuresA20
The Association for Conservation of National Treasures
Booth No. A20 (Annex Hall)
There will come a day when cultural properties that have been restored now will once again be needed to be restored. Until then, our important mission is to nurture restorers who can safely take care of cultural properties reliably and work when restoration is needed once again.
- The Museum of Furuta OribeA50
The Museum of Furuta Oribe
Booth No. A50 (Annex Hall)
Furuta Oribe (1543–1615) is one of the greatest tea masters, known as successor of SEN Rikyu (founder of tea ceremony), and most famous creater of Avant-garde art.
We introduce his valuable collection and his successor's works, such as Koetsu's cylindrical tea bowl with beautiful color change (called Japanese “Leonardo da Vinci”) etc.
- TOKYO FUJI ART MUSEUMA01
TOKYO FUJI ART MUSEUM
Booth No. A01 (Annex Hall)
Having the motto “A Portal to the World”, Tokyo Fuji Art Museum's aim is to offer fresh new perspectives to the cultural treasures of humanity through special exhibitions organized both in Japan and abroad.
- TOKYO ZOOLOGICAL PARK SOCIETYA31
TOKYO ZOOLOGICAL PARK SOCIETY
Booth No. A31 (Annex Hall)
Tokyo Zoological Park Society is a non-profit organization that manages the zoos and aquarium owned by Tokyo Metropolitan Government: Ueno Zoological Gardens, Tama Zoological Park, Tokyo Sea Life Park and Inokashira Park Zoo. At the Museum Fair, we will be presenting our wildlife conservation activities of our zoos and aquarium.
- Uminomanabi Museum Support from the Museum of Maritime Science (Supported by The Nippon Foundation)A30
Uminomanabi Museum Support from the Museum of Maritime Science (Supported by The Nippon Foundation)
Booth No. A30 (Annex Hall)
Uminomanabi Museum Support from the Museum of Maritime Science (Supported by The Nippon Foundation) is a new mechanism to support Japanese museums.
We’ll introduce projects to support the practice of Marine Education (Uminomanabi) and exhibit "experience-based outreach materials" to let you feel the richness of the marine ecosystem and environment.
- Union of Kansai GovernmentsA11
Union of Kansai Governments
Booth No. A11 (Annex Hall)
The Union of Kansai Governments is Japan's first extended inter-prefectural association, comprising eight prefectures (two Fu and six Ken) and four cities. The inter-prefectural area has a population of 22.05 million, and the UKG is the largest local public organization in japan.
- University Museum Association of KyotoA23
University Museum Association of Kyoto
Booth No. A23 (Annex Hall)
The University Museum Association of Kyoto was established in 2011 so that 14 university museums at 14 universities in Kyoto could join forces and work on various projects-stamp rally, joint exhibitions and so on- together. We hope to expose the allure and the value of our collections to wide audience.
- University Museum Network of KansaiA46
University Museum Network of Kansai
Booth No. A46 (Annex Hall)
Eighteen university museums (specialized in natural history, arts, literature, etc.) located in the Kansai region have formed a network to develop human resources and contribute to local prosperity across the boundaries of universities. Open the door to the university museum network and a wide array of possibilities will unfold before you.
- Vixen Co., Ltd.A38
Vixen Co., Ltd.
Booth No. A38 (Annex Hall)
70 years of establishment this year, Vixen Co., Ltd. introduce monocular and binoculars that can discover subtle expression and technique that can't be perceived with the naked eye. We also recommend that you use them not only for art works, but also for viewing the museum's worth as historical architecture.
- Wakayama Prefectural MuseumA22
Wakayama Prefectural Museum
Booth No. A22 (Annex Hall)
Wakayama Prefectural Museum collaborates with high school students in making replicas with 3D printers. We use these replicas to make the museum accessible to the visually impaired and to protect cultural properties from theft and disasters.