Crayonhouse Invites You to Japan’s First Organic Lifestyle Expo

The Insight Team

Insight Pages Editor Crayon House
Nov. 11, 2016

Save the date and come see us at the upcoming Organic Lifestyle Expo (OLE), held at the Tokyo International Forum on November 18 and 19!

This massive trade show — held for the very first time in Japan — connects organic producers and distributors with consumers and other stakeholders under the common goal of promoting organic sustainability. Organized by the Organic Forum Japan in cooperation with the Japanese government and many prominent organic organisations, the event covers a wide range of products and necessities for daily life, including food and beverages, body care, ethical organic cosmetics, textiles, household goods and much more. Divided into eight categories: Taste, Nurture, Wear, Care, Heal, Live, Protect and Revive, OLE invites visitors to taste the latest food, cosmetics, wear and domestic goods product on the market, while also offers opportunity to learn much about the newest trends in the new phase of Organic 3.0 global development. Representatives of well-known Japanese and international pioneers and brands in the organic market will be present, so come ready to connect!

We at Crayonhouse will be displaying our newest organic wear products designed by Ms. Keiko Ochiai, our President, as well as other textiles and various food products. There will also be imported products presented by Mie Projects and Alishana at the Crayonhouse stand. See you all at the event!


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Co-Exhibitors at the Crayonhouse Stand:

Organic food from USA and South Asia

Pressure rice cooker. Good for cooking brown rice and rice mixed with other grains.

Bamboo table ware for small children. Very popular as gifts.

Leather bags made of deer skin using natural dyes.

Gluten-free rice flour

Organic Lifestyle Expo Outline 

1st Organic Forum JAPAN and Organic Lifestyle Expo
Date: Friday, November 18 to Saturday, November 19, 2016
Time: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Venue: Tokyo International Forum Exhibition Hall 1 (ground floor) and outdoor space
Access: Yurakucho station
Admission: ¥1,000. Free with pre-registration by Nov. 15.