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25 per cent more exhibitors at Interpets


Interpets is the biggest annual pet supplies trade show in Japan and the only international one, covering both B2B and B2C.

The hugely successful four-day Interpets international trade show in Japan closed its doors at Tokyo Big Sight on 1 April.

A record number of 502 exhibitors (420 from Japan, 82 from overseas) from 22 countries and regions including Japan, China, Korea and Germany occupied the four exhibition halls this year.

The eighth edition of the fair attracted 42 066 visitors. The next edition of Interpets will take place from 28 to 31 March 2019.

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|30 April 2018


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