Kawasaki International Eco-Tech Fair 2015


Kawasaki now brings environmental technologies to the world.

Special Characteristics of the Kawasaki International Eco-Tech Fair

Kawasaki aims to collect and share technology and know-how that considers the environment from many fields and provide business matching.

By transferring excellent environment technology especially in Asia, we seek to make global contribution
  • A wide-range exhibition to show initiatives of Asia’s environments using environmental technologies as well as advanced environment technologies that solves global environmental problems.
  • Place of international business matching with eco-professionals from overseas.
  • Promotion of the transfer of environmental technology overseas along with considerations of intellectual property protection.

Strong Support for Business Matching
  • Strong support for matching across a wide range of fields is provided
  • Interpretation and a coordinator is arranged for negotiations with overseas businesses
  • Exhibitors can interact with various business types, such as customer development and information sharing, by exchanging business cards
  • Making and confirming appointments with visitors and exhibitors can be made over the Internet


"Kawasaki International Eco-Tech Fair" aims to share Kawasaki's experiences and technologies accumulated by the processes to overcome pollution problems; to show the superb environmental technology featured by transglobal enterprises; to provide a business matching place for domestic and foreign enterprises; to exchange industrial knowledge related to environment, and to make global contribution by transferring technologies.

Date and Time



Todoroki Arena
1-3 Todoroki, Nakahara ward, Kawasaki City

Floor Plan

Regular Booths 200 units (1 unit 2m x 2m)

Admission Fee



Kawasaki International Eco-Tech Fair Organizing Committee

Organizing Committee President Norihiko Fukuda - Mayor of Kawasaki;
Organizing Committee Vice-Presidents: Osamitsu Yamada - President of Kawasaki Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Hiroyuki Fujimura – Former President of United Nations University Zero Emissions Forum

【Organizing Committee】
Kawasaki city; Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology; Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Ministry of the Environment; New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization(NEDO); Japan External Trade Organization(JETRO); National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology(AIST); Japan International Cooperation Agency; Organization for Small & Medium Enterprises and Regional Innovation, JAPAN; Environmental Restoration and Conservation Agency(ERCA); National Institute for Environmental Studies(NIES); Keio University; Meiji University; Senshu University; Environmental Welfare Association; United Nations Environment Program; United Nations Industrial Development Organization; Hong Kong Trade Development Council(HKTDC); Kanagawa Prefecture; Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies(ISEP); Liaison Center for Creation of Industry & Environment(LCIE); Initiative for Development of Entrepreneurship in Asia; Foreign Press Center Japan; Japan Environmental Sanitation Center; Kawasaki Coastal Zone Redevelopment Liaison Promotion Council; Kawasaki Global Warming Measures Promotion Council; The Kawasaki Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Kawasaki Center for Climate Change Actions; Kawasaki Industrial Organization Union Meeting; Kawasaki Industrial Promotion Club; Institute of Industrial Promotion Kawasaki;

Sponsorship Program

Royal Embassy of Cambodia to Japan, Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Japan; Embassy of Denmark in Japan, Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Japan; Lao People's Democratic Republic, Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam in Japan; Nikkei Inc.; Kanagawa Shimbun; Television KANAGAWA, Inc.; K. K. Kyodo News;