Tokyo Auto Show
          40th Edition


            Location: MAKUHARI MESSE



1,200yen (Advance tickets: 1,000yen )




(Junior/Senior High)


600yen (Advance tickets: 500yen )




Elementary students
and under



                (Nippon Convention Center)
Date: Jan 12th- 15th 2007






The Tokyo Motor Show takes place every two years, alternating with the commercial vehicle show. The last show, in 2005 was held at the Makuhari Messe complex in Chiba City, Japan. A total of 1,512,100 visitors were recorded. The theme in 2005 was “driving tomorrow” which attempted  to explain the Show's commitment to being the festive place where people can experience the world's most advanced technologies and designs, while at the same time serving as a source of up-to-the-minute information on interactions between the automobile and motorized society. Typically The Japan Motor Show sees more concept car than actual production car introductions. This is why the auto press fit this show into the same category as the big five, being Detroit, Geneva, Frankfurt and Paris. As always the 2007 Motor Show will be a huge variety of new designs, predominantly from Japanese manufacturers. These designs will range from new production cars to some of the most unusual concept cars.