Ceatec Japan

Ceatec Japan

See the state-of-the-art technology and cutting-edge gadgets at Japan's largest IT and electronics conference.

Computers & Gaming | Science & Tech


Ceatec Japan is Japan’s largest IT and electronics exhibition and conference. Held every October, nearly every Japanese electronics maker brings its cutting-edge and innovative technology to show off to visitors and the press for three days at Chiba’s Makuhari Messe. Come for a glimpse of the future of electronic technology.

Quick Facts

The first convention was in 2000

More than 600 companies exhibited in the 2017 Expo

Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies

Ceatec (pronounced C-tech) stands for Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies. In the 2017 event, more than 600 companies held exhibitions and almost 200,000 individuals attended.

During the event, there are four stages: the Key Technology Stage, the Lifestyle & Society Stage, the NEXT Innovation Plaza and Special Exhibits/Projects. Each stage shows a different aspect of how technology will affect the society of the future.

New and innovative gadgets

What’s especially cool about Ceatec is that you don’t just get to see the latest products and technologies of the world’s major electronics makers, but you also get to try them out. Each company brings its unreleased new gadgets for visitors to experience hands-on.

The show features high-tech home appliances, virtual reality, state-of-the-art video games, robots of all shapes and sizes, AI technology and other futuristic goods and gadgets.

Ceatec Japan is free for those who pre-register. Admission is 1,000 yen if buying tickets at the door.