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Eco Products Exhibition 2006

Author: Shaney Crawford, Issue: December 2006, Topic: Environment, Events

The Eighth Annual Eco-Products 2005 Exhibition will be held from December 14th to 16th at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center, or "Tokyo Big Sight," in Ariake, Tokyo. Its aim is to accelerate the expansion of green markets by exhibiting environmentally friendly products and services.

"Eco product" is used to denote environmentally friendly products and services. The Exhibition is organized by NEDO, JEMAI, and the Nikkei Shimbun, with support from METI, the Ministry of the Environment, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, and many others.

Meet the future of Eco-Product Development
http://www.vcc.ne.jp/eco2006/english/index.html

English Guided Tours

  • Thursday, December 14 to Saturday, December 16
  • Fee: Free
  • Place: Tokyo Big Sight, Japan

At this exhibition, Japan for Sustainability (JFS) will hold an English guided tour of selected exhibitors specially designed for foreigners who need a language assistance. The tour will guide you through the exhibition and assist first-hand discussions with industry experts.

If you would like to know more about the tour, you can find what the last year's tour was like at http://www.japanfs.org/en/jfs/event/eco-pro2005/report2005.html

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