Showcasing the very best in early years services and preschool management, the 2022 edition of Child Edu & Care Japan successfully concluded on 22 November at Tokyo International Forum.
The fair hosted 178 exhibitors (up 6%) and 3,735 professional visitors (up 21%) in a continuation of its consistent year-on-year growth trajectory.

Meeting the diverse needs of the industry in areas such as preschool security, human resources, and IT systemisation of childcare facilities were the priorities at this edition – partially in response to Japan’s declining birth rate. The event attracted a large number of visitors who engaged in enthusiastic business exchanges with exhibitors, demonstrating the fair as a beneficial platform for business, networking, and market information for those involved in the childcare industry in Japan.

In addition to offering visitors a showcase of the latest products and services, the fair also featured educational seminars on day-to-day operations by industry luminaries.

A total of 17 seminars were held under a diverse range of themes such as “Sustainable Development Goals ” “gender education,” and “developmental disorders”. In light of Japan’s falling birth rate in recent years, preschools and childcare centres in Japan have begun providing diversified services that are more tailored to individual needs.

The next edition of Child Edu & Care Japan will be held from 21 – 22 November 2023 at the Tokyo Metropolitan Industrial Trade Center HAMAMATSUCHO-KAN.

For more details, visit the official website at

Other related shows by Messe Frankfurt include:

Child Edu & Care Japan West: 19 – 20 July 2023, Mydome Osaka. Japan

About Messe Frankfurt

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