• 26 Oct 2011
  • 28 Oct 2011
  • Tokyo Big Sight (Tokyo International Exhibition Center)

AEROSPACE INDUSTRY EXHIBITION TOKYO (ASET) was held in November 2009, jointly organized by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and Tokyo Big Sight Inc. It was the first exhibition specializing in aerospace technology held in Tokyo, and effectively displayed our country's high-level technologies related to aerospace. At the same time, the event welcomed a large number of visitors from both inside and outside Japan, and provided forums for active business talks. We are planning to hold the second ASET in the fall of 2011, aiming to offer forums that are even more international and expansive.

The tokyo Metropolitan Government positions the aerospace industry as a strategic industrial sector in view of the broad range of related technological fields, high technological repercussion effects, and strong growth potentials. Beginning in FY2007, it has carried out diverse measures to enhance the technological and quality control capabilities of Tokyo's small businesses which have outstanding technologies, with the goal of having them enter the aircraft industry. In this way, through measures to support small businesses' entry into the aircraft industry, Tokyo promotes the enhancement of these companies' skills and capabilities, and works to reinvigorate industries and foster new industries. It also believes that these business projects will lead to the promotion and development of the aerospace industry.

Tokyo is home to Japan's largest industrial cluster which has outstanding technological power. At the same time, with a sharp increase in international flights to and from Haneda Airport in 2010, it will develop even more powerfully as one of the world's foremost international cities. Your participation in this exhibition held in Tokyo, a city that is expected to grow even further as a major business center, will no doubt be an extremely effective means for capturing new business opportunities and expanding your network.

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