Malaysia Fair was held last year (2018) for the first time in Japan with the theme ` All About Malaysia` and it was a great success. Being a multi-ethnic country offering unique experiences to tourists when it comes to experiencing a wide variety of food, cultures, traditions, festivals and world class beaches and rainforest as well as extraordinary flora and fauna, visitors to the fair can catch a glimpse of the wonders Malaysia has got to offer. Visitors can experience authentic Malaysia food and immerse themselves in the cultures through cultural performances and traditional games as well as cooking classes and mini seminars on what makes Malaysia unique.
Visitors can also purchase during the fair various goods on sale such as packed food items, Malaysian batik (hand printed clothing materials), cosmetics and also many other interesting items. Also, visitors who wishes to meet Malaysian government agencies or private sectors can also do so during the fair as most of agencies will be there during the fair.
Malaysia Fair 2019
Sat - Mon(Holiday), 2 - 4 November 2019 *TBD
Mizunohiroba of Shinjuku Central Park
Administrative Office of Malaysia Fair
Free of Charge
Malaysia is located at the heart of Southeast Asia that is made up of Malay Peninsular and Sabah and Sarawak on the island of Borneo which make up the country's land area of 333,338㎢.
Malaysia has 30 millions population which is made up of Malays, Chinese, Indians and indigenous people that are from many tribes. Furthermore, Malaysia is a country that is blessed with magnificent natural beauties that represent the splendor of Southeast Asia such as beautiful beaches, tropical rainforests and islands, mysterious and majestic mountains as well as protected from natural disasters.
With Tokyo Olympic Games and Tokyo Paralympic Games in 2020 looming large, there will be high demand of Halal food. Today, as demands are expected to multiple in Japan, expectations are gained from promoting trades in all products, including agricultures and fishery products and foods from Malaysia into the Japan market.
The economy and industry develop steadily ranging from environmental and energy conservation, railway, medical equipment, aircraft, biotechnology, IT, etc.,
The industry where Malaysia is particularly focused and giving attention from all over the world and investments by Japanese companies.
Forests reserve is about 60% of the country's land, that includes palm oil and natural rubber as well as colorful tropical fruits that is unique to this part of the world. It is also known as a treasure trove of agricultural products and the popularity of ecotourism with the majestic natural environment and historical cultures.
At home, Kuala Lumpur is famous for its nickname `KL’.
It's derived from Malay language which means `The place where the mud river crosses' and it started with the discovery of tin mine in 1800s. Kuala Lumpur is a beautiful city with beautiful heritage buildings moorish, British and modern architectures including the world famous Twin Towers and its natural Green landscapes across the city. The public transports in KL is very convenient with easy access to and from main sightseeing spots around the city.
The Fourth cuisine that represents Malaysia is the "Nyonya" dishes. Nyonya, or also known as Peranakan, are descendants born from the marriage of Chinese and local Malay who had crossed from the continent, and they are called Pranakan.
There are numerous white sandy beaches and crystal clear blue waters surrounding Malaysia. Dive and explore the colorful world of one of the best diving spot in the world a just relax and enjoy the tropical sun at some of the best resort in the world or enjoy a private romantic dinner on the beach, it's all here in Malaysia.
With 130-million years old rainforest, Malaysia is an excellent destination for nature lovers. It is one of the 12 mega-biologically diverse countries in the world with a rich natural heritage. Take a stroll in the many parks and gardens, go trekking into the wild, catch a glimpse of wildlife, go caving, bird-watching, take a leisurely river cruise or rafting along rushing rapids and some of the activities you can do in Malaysia.