tokyo motorcycle show

The biggest motorcycle exhibition event in Japan, the Tokyo Motorcycle Show is set to return in March 2023 ahead of its 50th anniversary.

  • Tokyo Motorcycle Show to celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2023.
  • Expect surprise motorcycle unveiling from the Japanese Big Four. 

As such, the 2023 Tokyo Motorcycles Show promises the best line up from the Japanese Big Four including an all-new model.

The 2023 Tokyo Motorcycle Show will take place from Friday, March 24 t0 March 26, 2023. 

As usual, the event will be held at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center, also known as Tokyo Big Sight. 

This time around, exhibition will span to West Hall One, Two and Four including Atrium and Outdoor Exhibition areas in an effort to combat over-crowding.

Considering that the Covid-19 cases is still at a high in Japan, such measure is a must for everyone safety.

However, since the event is still six months away, further details remain limited at the moment.

Nevertheless, the tickets are already on sale at JPY1,800 (adutl advance ticket) and JPY2,200 (same day adult tickets).

Also, it is important to note that all ticket sales are only available to purchase online, including same-day tickets. 

Meanwhile, the event is free for high school students and younger kids as do people with disabilities.

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