2. The World Invention Intellectual Property Associations would like
to invite all inventors to participate in the 2023 Japan Design, Idea
and Invention Expo. It will be a two day event for the exhibition
from July 7 - 8, competition including the award ceremony.
The World Invention Intellectual Property Associations and Chizal
Corporation were organized this exhibition. A lot of people joined
this year's Japan Design, Idea and Invention Expo especially
students, companies and Resource Persons. This is because the
exhibition has no age limit and is open to professionals as well.
They all come here to communicate with other inventors and
4. Date ：2023 7~8 July
Venue : Tokyo Ariake Garden Convention Center,
Organizer : World Invention Intellectual Property
Associations and Chizal Corporation
5. JDIE BOOTH
What Organizer Prepare :
• 1 table will be sharing each Inventions
• Organizer provide standing poster on
table A2 Size
6. JDIE BOOTH
What do you have to prepare?
• Poster A2 Size
• Souvenir (optional)
• Flyer/brochure (optional)
• Roll Banner / Standing Banner (Optional)
7. JUDGING CRITERIA
Criteria of Questions :
1. Characteristics of Invention : Product is of
Innovatove, creative or breakthough design
2. Utilization : Practicability, Commercial or
3. Presentation : Completely and Clearly
4. Design : Aesthetic amd attractive product,
Safety and User friendly, Eco-Friendly and
Compatible with multi-system
Kyoto features a rectangular street system. Unlike the streets in other Japanese cities, most
of central Kyoto's streets are named. The main streets running from east to west are numbered in
ascending order from north to south, and are about 500 meters apart from each other, with several
smaller streets in between. For example, Shijo means "4th Avenue" and Nijo means "2nd Avenue".
Kyoto has a rather inadequately developed public transportation system for a city of its size,
consisting of two subway lines, a dense bus network and several railway companies, whose lines are
not always conveniently connected with each other.Taxis and bicycles can be worthwhile alternatives.
The recommended way to get around Kyoto by public transportation is to use an IC card, such as
Icoca, which is accepted on virtually all trains and buses in the city. Alternatively, travelers intending to
use buses or subways extensively, should consider one of the 1-day passes available. See the ticket
section below for more details.
9. TRANSPORTATIONTOTOKYO ARIAKE GARDEN CONVENTION
Ariake Station 2 minutes on foot Ariake-tennis-no-
mori Station 3 minutes on foot
Kokusai-tenjijo Station 6 minutes on foot
10. A whole variety of day passes is available for the Tokyo area, however, most of them are overpriced
and/or not very practical because they do not cover all of Tokyo's train and subway lines.
Consequently, single tickets or prepaid cards usually come cheaper, especially if you plan your city
sightseeing in a geographically wise way.
Prepaid IC Cards are generally the recommended way to get around Tokyo. Prepaid cards don't give
you any discounts over single tickets, but they provide convenience as you can ride virtually any train
or bus in Grater Tokyo (and many other major cities in Japan) with just a simple swipe over a card
reader. They can also be used to make quick purchases at a large number of shops and restaurants
acrossTokyo and Japan.
11. HOTEL RECOMMENDATION NEARVENUE
Far EastVillage Hotel AriakeTokyo
Hotel MONday PremiumTOYOSU
Sotetsu Grand FresaTokyo-Bay Ariake
Via Inn Higashi Ginza
13. DEADLINE & CANCELLATION POLICY
20 May 2023
Document Submission Deadline
30 May 2023
All fees that have been paid are non-refundable but can be transferred to
other INNOPA International events (as long as they have not been registered
with the committee).
14. SEEYOU INTOKYO!
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