27th Japan IT Week Spring is the Japan’s largest comprehensive IT show. Taking place 9 -11 May, 2018 in Tokyo, Japan, the show provides the best opportunity to source the latest IT technology and solutions from 1,800 Japanese and global exhibitors. Exhibition booths can be reserved by submitting the form on the website http://www.japan-it.jp/en/haru/ex/ and exhibition tickets are free if you register via the show website http://www.japan-it.jp/en/haru/inv/ before the show opens.

For the 27th year, Japan IT Week Spring consists of 13 exhibitions which cover the whole IT industry with diverse exhibit products and solutions; AI & Business Automation Expo, Software & Apps Development Expo (SODEC), Big Data Management Expo (BIG DATA Spring), Embedded Systems Expo (ESEC), Data Storage Expo (DSE), Data Center Expo (DATA CENTER Spring), Information Security Expo (IST Spring), Web & Digital Marketing Expo (Web-Mo Spring), Cloud Computing Expo Japan (CLOUD JAPAN Spring), Mobile Solutions Expo (MOBIX Spring), IoT/M2M Expo (IoT/M2M Spring), Direct Commerce Solutions Expo (DIREX Spring), and Store & Retail IT Solutions Expo (STOREX Spring).

The show truly serves as the best platform to connect with the latest IT solutions from Japan and the rest of the world. This year, the show is expecting to welcome 350 international exhibitors from 21 different countries with several international pavilions.

For visitors interested in learning more about the latest IT trends in the industry, Japan IT Week Spring offers the very popular conference programs featuring top industry leaders as conference speakers. For 2018 show, the conference is expected to host 57 programs including the bilingual sessions.

Visit Japan IT Week Spring website http://www.japan-it.jp/en/haru/ to register online for your exhibition ticket and to make inquiry about booth reservation.

What to Expect at 27th Japan IT Week Spring:

– 1,800 international and domestic exhibitors

– 91,000 professional visitors

– 57 conference programs

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