The 2005 International Robot Exhibition starts today at Tokyo Big Site.
Admission is free by pre-registering at the Nikkan website
I headed out to Chiba yesterday to check out the opening of this years Motor Show. It wasn’t as crowded as I expected. It runs until November 6th.
The 39th Tokyo Motor Show opens this Friday (from Saturday for the general public). Admission is 1200 yen for adults, or 1000 yen if you buy it in advance. I plan to go this Saturday or Sunday and will post pictures of the event.
They are back in Tokyo from 10/13 to 11/27. Also playing in Osaka, Fukuoka and Nagoya.
For more information: www.alegria2.jp
Ticket pia: 0570-02-9999、pia.jp/t
CN Play guide: 03-5802-9999、www.cnplayguide.com
Lawason Ticket: 0570-000-403、 www.lawsonticket.com
E-Plus: eee.eplus.co.jp (pc and mobile phone only)
Rakuten ticket: http://ticket.rakuten.co.jp/
Mini will be releaseing a new Mini Traveler ato the Tokyo Motor Show, which starts in just a couple of weeks.
More details can be found here:
“The roof system houses a table and two chairs for impromptu picnics and weary guests at cricket matches. In response to the company’s belief that the Japanese appreciate all things British, the cargo box in the rear of the car can be taken out and attached to the side window when open to create a table for serving tea and scones.”
I can just imagine Japanese going out for picnic to watch the cricket and eating their tea and scones!