Japan’s maritime industry is at the forefront of supplying the world with environmentally-friendly products and technologies such as ballast water treatment systems and marine equipment that meet the exacting demands for Nox and SOx regulation compliance. Meanwhile, its shipbuilders have maintained their international competitive advantage by developing advanced ship designs that offer low fuel-consumption and high operational effciency.
All these technologies will be on display among the 580 companies that will exhibit in Japan’s biggest ever maritime industry show, Sea Japan 2018.
Taking pride of place in the center of the Sea Japan exhibition will be the Japan Maritime Industry Cluster Pavilion special sponsored by the Nippon Foundation and sponsored by the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT). Exhibits in the pavilion will showcase Japan’s most advanced solutions for application in fields such as the Internet of Things (IoT), environmental protection, eco-ships and marine resource development.
Corporations exhibiting in the pavilion include the nation’s leading shipbuilders, shipping companies and marine equipment makers, as well as government and academic bodies. Make sure you visit the pavilion to catch a glimpse of the future of the maritime industry!
|13(Fri) April||JAMSTEC (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology) will open their ocean research vessel “YOKOSUKA” and “SHINKAI 6500” to the public! This will be the very unique opportunity to explore the inside of research vessel at Sea Japan.|
|Admission||Visitor badge will be required.
Please register at Sea Japan registration counter first.
>>Click HERE for Visitor Pre-Registration.
|Access||Ariake Nishi Port Park >>Go to MAP|
What is "SHINKAI 6500"?
-SHINKAI 6500 is a manned submersible that can dive to depths of 6,500 meters – deeper than any other manned submersible for academic research all over the world today.
What is "YOKOSUKA"?
-The support ship YOKOSUKA performs surveys of the deep-sea bottom by acting as a support ship for SHINKAI 6500, a large submersible research vehicle. SHINKAI 6500 is capable of diving to a maximum depth of 6,500 m in the world.
Sea Japan Secretariat Office（UBM Japan Co Ltd ）
Kanda 91 Bldg., 1-8-3 Kaji-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0044 Japan
TEL : +81-3-5296-1020 FAX : +81-3-5296-1018