JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization), the organizer of the Japan Pavilion at the International Home + Housewares Show, will introduce Japanese design and housewares innovations for the seventh time at Chicago’s McCormick Place from March 10 to 13.
There will be 12 companies represented at the show, including five new participants, represented in two Japan Pavilions. Exhibiting in the pavilion in the North Building: Wahei Freiz Corporation (N7941), Kirihara Works & Design (N7942), San-Ei Faucet Mfg. Co., Ltd. (N7943), MacMa Co., Ltd. (N7945), Sunlife Co., Ltd. (N8041), Prairie Dog Co., Ltd. (N8042 & N8043) and Nihon Clean-Tech Co., Ltd. (N8045).
Those exhibiting in the South Building: Aisen Industrial Co., Ltd. (S868), Kodai Sangyo (S869), Pearl Metal Co., Ltd. (S968), Ginpo Co., Ltd. (S969) and Seki Kanetsugu (S970).
This is the sixth time that JETRO will organize two pavilions in order to accommodate exhibitors and their array of products. U.S. buyers and visitors to both pavilions will be able to view a variety of “Made in Japan” items that are said to be high quality, design focused, smart and eco-friendly. Products include kitchenware, cutlery, environmentally friendly wooden products, user-friendly cleaning tools and more.