The 27th edition of the largest sweets expo in Japan will be held in Ise city, Mie Prefecture. Dai 27 – kai ZenkokuKashi Dai Hakurankai had the denomination selected through suggestions from all over the country as “OisesanKashihaku 2017”.
The large exhibition in Japan is a continuity of the “TeikokuKashiame Dai Hinpyoukai – Large Imperial Fair of Sweets and Confectionary” beginning in 1911. With a tradition spanning more than 100 years, this exhibition is held somewhere in Japan every 4 years.
Huge artwork, created by more than 110 professionals in the field will be exposed, as well as limited sales of Akafuku (sweet made of rice typical from Mie Prefecture) among other 1.800 varieties of sweets from all over Japan visitors can enjoy in a single event!
Period: April 21 (Friday) to May 14 (Sunday) 2017
10 a.m to 6 p.m. ( last day until 5 p.m.)
Location: MieKen’ei Sun Arena and surroundings
Admission: Check out the price chart below:
|Admission ticket||Advanced (tax included)||At the ticket office (tax included)|
|Adult (aged 18 to 65. Except high school students)||¥ 1.800||¥ 2.000|
|Seniors (over 65 )||¥ 1.400||¥ 1.600|
|Junior High School and High School students||¥ 1.200||¥ 1.400|
|Elementary School students (admission is free, but the student must be accompained by parents ou guardian)||¥700||¥800|
*Main points of sale: confectioneries in Mie Prefecture, Aeon Group stores, Kintetsu stations offices, Mie Kotsu ticket sales counter, Kintetsu department stores, representative stores of travel agencies, major convenience stores, official exhibition site, among others.
*Tickets in advance: until April 20 (Thursday) 2017.
*Some stores will make the tickets available upon reservation.
*Ticket with discount: ticket for 2 days with specific date, ticket with a special discount, tickets for groups. For more details, please, access the following link: