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July 11, 2016 02:26 PM

Tokyo Music Fair 2016 Steering Committee Holds First Meeting

Music Fair_0892The 27-member steering committee for Tokyo Music Fair 2016(November 4th to 6th) held their first meeting on April, 25th. Mr. Masahiko Yamano, chairman of the Tokyo Music Fair Association, opened with a short greeting, saying, “The purpose of the Tokyo Music Fair is to increase the number of individuals who play musical instruments. Let’s all unite our efforts and enjoy the process of working towards this goal”. Following this, Mr. Tsutomu Komaki, chairman of the steering committee, reported on February’s exhibitor recruitment briefing, indicates that the number of exhibitors and booths will exceed the last time. The catch phrase of this year’s event will be

“ Instruments and Music – Let’s Enjoy Sound!” Main attraction, in addition to exhibitors, will be as follows. Drummer’s Paradise, Synthesizer Fiesta, Premium Piano Test Play, Tokyo Guitar Show     (Vintage, used, custom shop models and many more), Outlet Mall, Sheet Music Zone, Reception Event Hall, “Porta Fest”, Collaboration of portable audio exhibition, etc.

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