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14 – 16 November 2018, Tokyo

Regular zone

The information below is of 2017, and to be updated for 2018 soon.


IFFT/Interior Lifestyle Living has been attracting high-end interior design products from all over the world, to suggest eye-opening lifestyle ideas and to present stylish space designing.

Each zone will have a clear concept and a series of leading events will become more compelling.



Design concept proposals for new living spaces

New ideas for lifestyle gathers with a wide range of items,
such as furniture, lights, textiles and interior green. Not only domestic furniture companies, but also international brands such as ‘ligne roset’, ‘Moda en Casa’ and ‘KARE’ exhibited last year.

Exhibits in 2016 included:
Furniture, home textiles, lighting, outdoor furniture and more



New items to add flavour to the kitchen and dining scene

The kitchen and dining area have become the centre of the home. This zone offers the latest items from kitchenware to dishware. Cooking tool demonstrations are encouraged as a way to engage
potential business partners.

Exhibits in 2016 included:
Cooking equipment, brand dishes, kitchenware, design appliances and more



A new accent to lifestyle

This zone is for a wide variety of products including design
products, gifts, art & objects, fragrances, garments, baby &
children’s goods, stationery, digital gadgets and more. New
categories are also welcome.

Exhibits in 2016 included:

Design products, apparel, art panels, aroma items, baby & children’s
goods and more



Accessories for more comfortable living

This zone is dedicated to items that facilitate convenience in everyday life. Many flock to this area for attractive storage products, household appliances, cleaning tools and homecare products.

Exhibits in 2016 included:
Laundry care, storage items, towels, bath and toiletry products and more



More and more overseas manufacturers are exhibiting
their products

Here buyers can meet design brands from around the world. This is one of the strengths of this trade fair. In , the Finnish pavilion exhibited popular brands on a large scale.

Business support desk
The organiser will set up a business support desk on site to offer quick interpretation services, advice on small-lot imports and assistance with business negotiations for free.



Japanese design and craftsmanship

High quality Japanese design products and refined designs are in ever greater demand from European and Asian markets. Carefully selected designs from gift items to everyday use items and tools will be showcased.

Premium zone (exhibits are specially screened)



Premiere exhibits for popular brands from home and abroad

This screened area provides consistent quality from a range of popular brands. Popular design brands such as ‘molo’, ‘Carlo Moretti’, ‘TAIYOU&C.’, ‘ideaco’ and ‘DUENDE’ were showcased in 2016.

Premium zone (exhibits are specially screened)