After 3 years, Japan Travel Fair is now back as a physical fair this year! Come on down to Suntec City’s North and West Atrium from 24 to 26 Feb, 10am to 10pm, and enjoy fun-filled activities, stage performances, and of course, exclusive free giveaways!!
Japan Travel Fair will be opening with an invigorating performance by Hibikiya. Professionals in Japanese music and culture such as Taiko (Japanese drums) and Shinobue (Japanese bamboo flute), Hibikiya is sure to start off the fair with an energy that matches the 3-day event!
LIVE IN SINGAPORE FOR THE FIRST TIME!
Originating from and representing Aomori Prefecture, NYANGOSTAR is an apple-shaped cat rock star who plays the drums. Although an internationally famous rock star, it is NYANGOSTAR’s first performance in Singapore, so don’t miss out on this rare appearance only at Japan Travel Fair!
Time: 11:30am and 4pm
Japan Airlines Round trip Ticket
Stand to Win 1 pair of free
return-flight tickets from Singapore to Tokyo, sponsored by Japan Airlines! Complete the stamp rally at North Atrium and be present at North Atrium Stage on 26 Feb (Sun) 2:00pm to enter the lucky draw!
more info on stamp rally
OTHER PERFORMANCES AND ACTIVITIES
There are many other exciting performances and activities happening throughout the 3 days of the fair, such as talks by Sake Sommelier Joshua Kalinan and cosplayer Rithe, and Koto performance by Koto Kotton. Also expect exciting cheerleading by Albirex Singapore Cheer Dance School and Karate showcase by ShinKyokushinKai!
Level 1 , North &
ADDRESS: 3 Temasek Boulevard Singapore 038983
MRT Esplanade, Promenade, City Hall
- Klook Travel Technology
- Air Sino-Euro Associates Travel
- EU Holidays
- Hong Thai Travel
- Joy Of Japan
- Michi & Co.
- Sino-America Tours
- Hokkaido Airports
- Hoshino Resort Hokkaido Area
- JR HOKKAIDO
- Niigata Prefecture
- ISHIKAWA Prefecture
- KAMIKOCHI & HAKUBA (ALPICO Group)
- Nagano Prefecture
- JR EAST
- Home of Mt.Fuji -Shizuoka & Lake Hamana
- Hiroshima Airport
- Hiroshima Tourism Association（HIT）
- Discover Another Japan San’in
- THE BIG-4 CITIES OF KYUSHU
- TOURISM OITA (Oita Prefectural Tourism Association)
- Miyazaki Prefecture Kyushu
- JETRO Singapore
Come down and speak to our friendly concierge about your Japan travel needs!
We are looking forward to seeing you.
Japan 47 Prefectures Game
In conjunction with our latest online campaign “Marvellous Food Adventure in Japan”, the campaign’s game “Japan 47 Prefectures Game” will be making an appearance at the Japan Travel Fair too.
You can play the game to redeem limited goods from Japan such as mascot plush and sake tasting at the fair!
There are two ways you can participate throughout the campaign/fair period: approach us at either North or West Atrium’s VJ booth or online on our campaign site here:
STAMP RALLY: Win Tickets to Tokyo!
A stamp rally will be held throughout the 3 days! Collect all four stamps from four different booths located in the North Atrium to redeem an exclusively designed travel tote bag. Collect all stamps and visit the redemption counter in the same atrium to redeem your gift.
In addition, participants* who complete the Stamp Rally are eligible to enter a lucky draw! Exchange for a lucky draw ticket at the same counter from 2:00pm to 2:30pm on 26 Feb(Sun) with your completed stamp rally sheet for a chance to win a pair of Round-trip Economy Class Tickets from Singapore to Tokyo by Japan Airlines. The lucky draw will take place on 26 February (Sun) at 2.30PM on the stage of the North Atrium.
*Note that only participants who have completed the stamp rally, exchanged for the lucky draw ticket, and is present during the draw is eligible to win.
*Each participant is only allowed ONE chance to enter the lucky draw.
JTF limited design chopsticks
Answer a quick survey to receive a pair of JNTO design chopsticks!
Travel with Style with JTF Luggage Tag
Purchase any Japan Travel Products at Japan Travel Fair and receive a free frosted luggage tag!
All giveaways/prizes are based on first come first served basis
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