The Shizuoka Hobby Show is one of the biggest in Japan: a showcase for a wealth of different products from static models to railroad models, radio-controlled models and more, from many of the top Japanese brands: a great opportunity to catch up on the very latest market trends.
The Show has two trade days (May 10th and 11th) for buyers and trade professionals, a students’ day (May 12th) for children at elementary, junior high and high schools in Shizuoka Prefecture, and two public days on May 13th and 14th, during which members of the general public can enter for free.
Public days will also host the 32nd Modelers’ Club Exhibition, with modeler clubs from Japan, America, China, South Korea, Taiwan and ASEAN combining to show more than 10,000 of their creations, while for two days the Shizuoka City South Gym will play host to a number of hands-on R/C model events such as races, kit assembly workshops and more, with the support of organizations such as Toyota Motor Corporation.
Name: 61st Shizuoka Hobby Show
Organizer: Shizuoka Model Teaching Material Cooperative Association
Dates: Wednesday, May 10th to Sunday, May 14th
Trade Days: May 10th, 11th: 9:30-16:30
Students’ Day: May 12th: 9:00-17:00
Public Days: May 13th: 9:00-17:00, May 14th: 9:00-16:00
Venue: Twinmesse Shizuoka (Shizuoka-Prefecture, Shizuoka-City, Magarikane)
Number of Exhibitors: 93 (as of March 2023)
32nd Modelers’ Club Exhibition venue: Twinmesse Shizuoka South Hall, West Hall 2nd floor, North Hall 3rd floor
Modelers’ Flea Market venue: Twinmesse Shizuoka North Hall 4th floor reception hall
Self-Defense Forces Corner venue: in front of the West Hall, Twinmesse Shizuoka
RC Car Festival venue: Shizuoka City South Gym
※Please present yourself at the main reception between the two halls at Twinmesse Shizuoka.
※Trade day attendees should provide a business card, which will be exchanged for an entry pass.
※Public day attendees may be asked to provide their nationality and the number of people in their group before entering.
※Temperatures will be monitored at the entrance. Those with a body temperature measured at 37.5 degrees may be refused entry.