The Osaka Motor Show, the second largest motor show after Tokyo, was held for the first time in 1999.
This show, which has been held every other year since then, is ushering in its tenth anniversary, something that deserves to be commemorated.
We are deeply grateful for the generous the support and cooperation of all exhibitors and others involved, on which this success has depended.
The path we have traveled over 18 years of the Osaka Motor Show has been an era of major change in the automotive industry.
The conditions surrounding the automotive industry have also changed greatly during that time.
The 10th Osaka Motor Show, which everyone should attend, represents a crossroad for us and will be another important milestone for the automotive industry as it moves into the future. Motorization 2.0, which is built around automated driving has dramatically changed the relationship between people and cars, and the areas exhibited in the motor show will likely become more and more diverse.
The theme of this year’s show is “The day that cars transform into something more -A Tale of Evolution and Sophistication-” and we are striving to put on a show that will enable visitors who come to the show to develop a real sense of the state of evolution in cars “now.”
It is our hope that the Osaka Motor Show has fulfilled the role of facilitating the future of motor vehicles and will continue to do so with everyone. We ask for everyone’s cooperation in staging exhibits that embody the theme of this show.

Osaka Motor Show Executive Committee

Event Overview

Name
THE 10th OSAKA MOTOR SHOW
Theme
The day that cars transform into something more -A Tale of Evolution and Sophistication
Dates
Dec. 8 (Fri.) to Dec. 11 (Mon.) 2017 (4 days)
 Dec. 8: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
 Dec. 9-10: 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM
 Dec. 11: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Venue
INTEX Osaka 1-5-102 Nankokita, Suminoe-ku, Osaka
Organizer
Osaka Motor Show Executive Committee
Members (Tentative): Japan Automobile Dealers Association, Osaka Prefecture Branch (General Incorporated Association); Japan Automobile Importers Association; The Yomiuri Shimbun, Osaka; Nikkan Jidosha Shimbun Sha; Television Osaka Inc. (arbitrary order)
Supported by (Tentative)
Kinki Bureau of Telecommunications; Kinki Bureau of Economy, Trade and Industry; Kinki Regional Development Bureau; Kinki Transportation Bureau; Kinki District Police Department; Osaka Prefectural Government; City of Osaka; Kansai Economic Federation (Public Corporation); Osaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (General Incorporated Association); Japan Automobile Dealers Association (General Incorporated Association); Japan Auto Parts Industries Association (General Incorporated Association); Japan Automobile Tyre Manufacturers Association (General Incorporated Association); Japan Automobile Service Promotion Association (General Incorporated Association); Battery Association of Japan (General Incorporated Association); Japan Light Motor Vehicle and Motorcycle Association (General Incorporated Association); Petroleum Association of Japan; General Insurance Association of Japan (General Incorporated Association); Japan Automobile Federation (General Incorporated Association); Japan Traffic Safety Association (General Incorporated Foundation); Japan Federation of Hire-Taxi Associations (General Incorporated Association); Japan Used Car Dealers Association (General Incorporated Association); All Japan Automobile Goods Wholesalers Association; Japan Automobile Research Institute (General Incorporated Foundation); Organization for the Promotion of Low Emission Vehicles (General Incorporated Foundation); Federation of Electric Power Companies; Osaka Light Motor Vehicle and Motorcycle Association; Rent-a-car Association of Osaka Prefecture (General Incorporated Association); Nippon Auto Parts Aftermarket Committee (NAPAC); Japan Motorcycle Promotion & Safety Association (General Incorporated Association); Osaka International Business Promotion Center (General Incorporated Foundation); Japan Auto Appraisal Institute (JAAI); National Agency for Automotive Safety & Victims' Aid (NASVA); FM802; FM COCOLO; Nippon Classic Car Rally (NCCR) (arbitrary order)
Visitor target
300,000 people
Figures from the 9th Osaka Motor Show
Total number of exhibitors: 260 companies / organizations
Number of vehicles exhibited: 313 cars
Number of visitors: 290,776 people
Inquiries
Osaka Motor Show Secretariat Office
TEL: +81-3-5216-0383

E-mail: oms2017@smj.co.jp

Photo Archive (2015)

  • 前回の会場写真(2015年開催)
  • 前回の会場写真(2015年開催)
  • 前回の会場写真(2015年開催)