Late
Oct
~
Early
Nov

Tokyo Motor Show

9:00am – 8:00pm
¥1,800 (advance sales)¥2,000 (on the door)

The biennial Tokyo Motor show is one of the world’s premiere auto shows.

The theme of this year’s show is “Open Future” – perhaps a nod towards the increasing importance of software in the area of self driving car technology.

The opening day for the public is the 25th – you can eiether buy a preview ticket for access between 9am – 2pm, or opt for general acess from 2pm – 8pm. Note that on weekends the show finishes at 6pm rather than 8pm.

For the following days, admittance for adults is ¥1,800 if purchased in advance or ¥2,000 on the door. High school students will have to pay ¥1,000 and Junior High School students and under get in for free.

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