Naigai Tengu Choshi, WASHI (Traditional Japanese Paper) Company, is attending the ASEAN Market Sales Channel Development Exhibiin Hanoi, Vietnam

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Exporting the culmination of skills and 40-year history of WASHI! (Japanese Paper) - official launch of Kochi Prefecture’s Tosa Washi. Attending the ASEAN Market Sales Channel Development exhibition in Hanoi, Vietnam in November 30th, 2017

Naigai Tengu Choshi Corp. (Inomachi, Kochi prefecture) will be attending the “ASEAN Market Sales Channel Development” exhibition hosted in Hanoi, Vietnam on November 30th, 2017. This is an event aiming to provide an opportunity for JETRO invited Vietnamese buyers and Japanese corporations to directly match with each other and develop overseas market sales channel. Naigai Tengu Choshi Corp. will be the first to participate in this exhibition as a Washi exporter from Kochi prefecture.

Naigai Tengu Choshi Corp. is targeting trading companies with Japanese artisan goods, Japanese cuisine restaurants, and Department stores. There are many Japanese expatriates living in Vietnam and the number of Japanese cuisine restaurants are also on the rise. For that, we predict that the need for interior decorations with Washi, especially high- end clients, will be on the rise accordingly.

Naigai Tengu Choshi Corp. will be introducing 9 different varieties of Tosa Washi at the exhibition. In addition, we will also be bringing our original calendar made with our Washi and rolled Tosa Washi as retail goods.

Furthermore, Naigai Tengu Choshi Corp. will be working hand in hand with INNER HOSPITALITY (Tokyo)’s Mr. Inoue Yoshifumi as we begin developing global channels. Mr. Inoue has been supporting farmers and professionals around Japan and is considered as the mastermind for those planning to expand to global markets.

According to Mr. Inoue, “Through talks with foreign buyers that have come to Japan to buy Washi, I have been inspired with new ways to utilize Washi. The pH of the Washi is perfect as restoration paper for Ancient artworks and papers. Vietnam has had deep connections with paper and has an environment that allows for smooth and natural integration of Washi to their lifestyle. We will aim to seamlessly integrate the Washi into the lifestyles of the mega- wealthy class.”

For those interested in holding talks at Vietnam, please contact us. We will register you with JETRO and arrange to hold talks free of charge.
        ‐Exhibition date/ time and Access‐
2018/11/30 (Thursday)  9:00~17:00
Meliá Hanoi    44B Ly Thuong Kiet Street, Hanoi

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