Official merchandise for the Tokyo Motor Show (planned)
(Designs and items may differ from the picture shown above.)
Official 42nd Tokyo Motor Show 2011 merchandise will be on sale at 3 official merchandise shops located around the venue (East Hall 1, East Hall 4 and Atrium).
Along with commemorative products featuring the Tokyo Motor Show logo mark such as key holders, mugs, t-shirts, and hand towels, a varied lineup of items will be available, such as solar powered LED light key holders, glow pens, bags made from recycled tires, and more. This year's official merchandise shops will also feature hands-on product sales areas, where visitors can make their own commemorative T-shirts and medals (stamped).
A selection of Tokyo Motor Show merchandise will be available for purchase through the Tokyo Motor Show official website after the conclusion of the show for a limited time for individuals who were not able to purchase merchandise during the show.
|Strap A (wrench)||¥800|
|Strap B (steering wheel)||¥800|
|Portable ashtray key holder||SOLD OUT|
|Light ballpoint pen||¥800|
|Hand towel||SOLD OUT|
|Plushie key holder||SOLD OUT|
|Leather strap||SOLD OUT|
|Leather key holder||SOLD OUT|
|Leather key case||SOLD OUT|
|Tenugui (Japanese hand towel)||SOLD OUT|
|Yunomi (Japanese tea cup)||SOLD OUT|
|Number plate strap||¥800|
|Eco hand warmer||SOLD OUT|
|LED solar key holder||SOLD OUT|
|Reflector key holder||¥600|
|Wallet chain||SOLD OUT|
|Wire key holder||SOLD OUT|
|Acrylic key holder||¥550|
|Cylinder and ball chain||¥500|
|Magnet clip||SOLD OUT|
|Acrylic ruler||SOLD OUT|
|Number plate key holder||¥550|
|Commemorative Medal key holder||SOLD OUT|
|Cap (Logo)||SOLD OUT|
|Recycled tire pouch||¥1,000|
|Recycled tire pen case||SOLD OUT|
|Recycled tire card case||SOLD OUT|
|Recycled tire tote bag||¥12,000|
(Product names and prices subject to change)
In addition to the official merchandise which has been sold at the show since the 30th Tokyo Motor Show in 1993, for this year visitors will also be able to purchase premium exhibitor merchandise, which was sold at the 40th Tokyo Motor Show 2007. The 40th show, in 2007, was the first to offer premium exhibitor merchandise and was a resounding success. At this year's show, premium merchandise will be available from exhibiting passenger car, commercial vehicle, and motorcycle manufacturers, sold in official merchandise shops in order to further improve shop running efficiency.
The premium exhibitor merchandise product lineup will consist of a selection of premium items which are only available from shops directly owned and operated by these manufacturers, priced from several thousand to several tens of thousands of yen.
|Commercial vehicle||Volvo Trucks|
The Tokyo Motor Show’s official J-POP compilation remix album, "TOKYO MOTOR SHOW COMPILATION REMIX”, will be available for purchase.
The idea for this album sprang from the “Minna no Motor Show” U-stream program, created independently by radio DJ Piston Nishizawa to build anticipation for the Tokyo Motor Show.
The album’s concept is “Driving Music”, and it features not only a selection of signature songs and hit songs by a rich line-up of artists, remixed by Piston Nishizawa, but also radio show patter between songs, giving it the true feeling of driving music.
It will be sold in CD shops, online shopping sites and the official merchandise shops located at the Tokyo Motor Show venue.