There are a variety of handmade goods available for purchase (Photo: TAKA@P.P.R.S / CC BY-SA 2.0)

Handmade in Japan Fes

A festival dedicated to all things handmade

By Kim    - 1 min read
Venue: Tokyo Big Sight When: Late Jan 2023

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Japan has a long-standing tradition of artisanship, something which still stands to this day. The Handmade in Japan Fes is a celebration of this in modern times, with vendors showcasing a variety of goods made with love and immense skill.

The event has everything from jewelry to bags, clocks to leather items, and even handmade plush toys for sale -- and that's just scratching the surface. There will also be stage performances and a number of food booths available to grab a bite from.

Getting there

The Handmade in Japan Fes is held at Tokyo Big Sight (also known as the Tokyo International Exhibition Center).

By Train

The closest station is Tokyo Big Sight on the Yurikamome Line. The venue is approximately 3 minutes on foot from the station itself.

By Car

If you're driving to the venue from central Tokyo, take the Daiba IC from the Shuto Expressway. Tokyo Big Sight is approximately five minutes drive from there.

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Elena Lisina 2 years ago
I bet those items are expensive, but I'd like to look at them as an exhibition. ;)
Elena Lisina 2 years ago
Yes, but... I'm retired artist now :)
Sherilyn Siy 2 years ago
We're always on a lookout for made-in-Japan stuff to give as presents to friends. Good to know!
Kim Author 2 years ago
I feel the same way! It's nice being able to support individuals and not huge corporations, too!