We will be exhibiting at Outdoor Day Japan Tokyo 2023.

March 15, 2023

Outdoor Day Japan Tokyo 2023

" Outdoor Day Japan Tokyo 2023 " will be held at Yoyogi Park Event Plaza for two days from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM on April 1st (Saturday) and 2nd (Sunday). This year, we will be fully open as before the coronavirus, and there will be many of the largest events in the country. Amenoma ( venue map D-93) will be exhibiting for the first time as an upgraded version of the Bessutiya.com booth last time. We will exhibit and sell camping gear made by various blacksmiths, including original products. Each craftsman participates in the sales. You can also directly learn how to maintain tools. This is your chance to talk about your fantasies with a craftsman. And we have some good news for those who are considering using a knife or hatchet on the day. Ikeuchi Knives President Hiromi Ikeuchi will cut the signature on the spot (2 letters free). And to our surprise, popular YouTuber `` Mr.SYU '', who is well-known on amenoma, will be participating for two days. We also sell SYU knives. And then, and new product releases...! !
If you are interested or in the area, we look forward to your visit.

<Participating manufacturers & YouTubers>
Kansai saw (saw/charm)
Ikeuchi cutlery (knives/hatchets)
Michi Hamono Kogyo (carving knife)
Inoue Tool Manufacturing (axe/lantern stand)
Naniwa Polishing Industry (Whetstone)
amenoma (original camping gear)
Mr.SYU (I'll talk about Camp Numa!)

<Experience menu>
●We are planning an experience using various tools! (free)
① Try chopping wood with blacksmith cutlery (knives, hatchets, axes)!
② Let's make a feather stick!
③ I will give a lecture on how to use the Kukusa production kit!
④Introduce how to maintain tools.
*The offer will end as soon as the number of firewood available is exhausted.
*For elementary school students and above. Elementary school students
must be accompanied by a guardian.

April 1st (Sat) and 2nd (Sun) 2023 10:00-17:00
Yoyogi Park Event Square Access (MAP), 2-3 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Free admission Rain or shine Pets allowed