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-- First Fair: 288 companies participated and 47,000 people visited.
-- The number of exhibitors exceeded 300 companies and 67,000 people visited.
-- The then Japanese Prime Minister Mori visited with then Environment Minister, Ms. Kawaguchi.
-- Visits by chief executive officers became more frequent.
-- For the first time, 80 elementary school students visited as part of a social studies field trip.
-- Aiming at reducing the environmental burden, guidelines for exhibits or decorations were introduced.
-- Number of exhibitors expanded to 350 companies and over 80,000 people visited.
-- The then Environment Minister, Ms. Kawaguchi, and the then Vice Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, Mr. Furuya, visited.
-- 700 people attended a special event involving musician Ryuichi Sakamoto and writer Ryu Murakami.
-- In addition to elementary school students, high school students also visited. 1,800 students visited in total.
-- Introduced a recycle program to collect waste materials of exhibits or decorations after the fair.
-- Visitors exceeded 100,000 people for the first time, and the number of exhibitors was 370 companies.
-- Eight electric companies, and information and communication companies produced joint displays.
-- The then Vice Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, Ms. Takaichi, visited and gave a speech at a symposium.
-- The number of participating schools of elementary and junior high continued to increase.
-- Mr. Sakurai, the Chief Executive of Ricoh Co., Ltd., gave a speech and top management personnel from other companies also attended.
-- The number of exhibitors reached a record high of 400 companies and organizations, and visitors exceeded 110,000 people.
-- Mr. Nakamura, the Chief Executive of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., and Mr. Kitashiro, the then chairman of the Japan Association of Corporate Executives, gave speeches.
-- The number of visiting elementary and junior high school students reached a record high of 3,800 students from 35 schools.
-- Producer Amon Miyamoto and actress Tomoko Nakajima appeared onstage as part of a special event.
-- The number of exhibitors reached 453.
-- The number of visitors was almost 125,000.
-- Many of chief executive officers and business leaders continued to visit.
-- The number of visiting children and students exceeded 4,000. As the exhibit expanded to the general public, we also had regional group tours.
-- The number of exhibitors was 502 companies.
-- The number of visitors exceeded 140,000.
-- Distribution of guide books to visitors was discontinued. Instead, exhibitors' information was provided in an online guidebook at our website.
-- The number of visiting children and students as part of environmental study exceeded 8,500.
-- The number of exhibitors was 572 companies.
-- The number of visitors exceeded 150,000.
-- The scale of the exhibition site at Tokyo Big Sight was expanded from three East Exhibition Halls to four Halls.
-- The number of visiting children and students as part of environmental study exceeded 13,000.
-- The number of exhibitors was 632 companies. Visitors exceeded 160,000.
-- Expanded the scale of the exhibition site at TOKYO BIG SIGHT from four East Exhibition Halls to five Halls.
-- The then Japanese Prime Minister Fukuda visited.
-- The central theme of the exhibition was "Diet! CO2", which was an appeal to help prevent global warming.
-- The number of visiting children and students as part of environmental study exceeded 14,000.
-- Received the grand prize in the safety and environment category of the Exhibition Award 2008, conducted by the Japan Exhibition Association.
-- The number of exhibitors reached a record high of 750 companies.
-- Used all East Halls (Hall one to six) at TOKYO BIG SIGHT.
-- Introduced feasible future eco-lifestyles under the theme of " We Can Do It! Eco-Lifestyle with a 50% CO2 Reduction".
-- The number of visiting children and students as part of environmental study exceeded 20,000.
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