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April 8 [Wed.] to 10 [Fri.] 2009


10:00a.m. to 5:00p.m.


Tokyo Big Sight (East Hall No.4)


Ceramic Society of Japan,
Japan Fine Ceramics Center,
Japan Fine Ceramics Association,
Fuji Sankei Business i


Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry,Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology,
Japan External Trade Organization, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology,New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, New Energy Foundation


Japan Ceramic Machinery Association


Australian Ceramic Society, Chinese Ceramic Society, European Ceramic Society, International Ceramic Federation, Korean Ceramics Society

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Providing information at the sponsorfs theme corner
@(Ceramics Museum)

With gVisualizing Ceramicsh as its theme, the Ceramics Museum introduces a technological revolution achieved by ceramics, both by using media to explain the process in detail and by displaying products of its success, in order that visitors to the museum can genuinely understand the roles it plays in their daily lives.

Holding seminars and symposiums focused on the ceramics industry

Through the Ceramics Education Program for Beginners (CEPRO) and other initiatives, seminars are held on themes such as research and development which can help create new industries and expand business, venture business, the global environment, and new energy.

Coordinating simultaneous exhibitions

SENSOR EXPO JAPAN 2009, the Fourth Japan Inspection Instruments Manufacturersf Show (JIMA 2009), and the Tenth Japan Testing Technology Show 2009 (TEST 2009) are held simultaneously, providing information which can contribute to business growth.

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Sensor Expo Japan
Japan Inspection Instruments ManufacturersfShow