Japan’s pharma industry is the 2nd largest in Asia and the third-largest worldwide following the US and China. Gathering over 550 exhibitors and 20,000 pharma professionals from around the world, CPhI Japan is the ideal platform to meet the biggest pharma companies to tap into this attractive market and source the latest technologies and innovative products!
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Manage your Registration
If you have already pre-registered for the event, you can manage your registration on Visitor My Page. Sign in on the platform using the login details you have received by email. On this portal you will be able to:
• Request an invitation letter for your visa application
• Request to resend the confirmation of your registration for the event
• Check the seminar programmes you have enrolled for and request a new confirmation email
Having trouble signing into your account? Forgot your login details? Please email our customer service team.
In-show Activities & Features
- Rest and recharge during the show at our Relaxation Zones located on the show floor
- Join us in the Discovery Lounge (stand DL-01) where you can network, enjoy coffee and snacks each day at 3pm, and have a chat with our team and share your experience of the show
- Novo Nordisk Pharmatech and DKSH happy hour event: see you on March 19 @4pm in the Lounge Area next to Seminar room A
Maximise your business opportunities with our Match & Meet service which makes networking simple. This online tool partners you with the people and companies you're searching for, allowing you to arrange mutually beneficial, face-to-face meetings onsite at the event. All visitors who registered by March 12th have free access to this service.
Learn about your industry!
CPhI Japan hosts a wide range of bilingual seminars and conferences that you can attend onsite, provided by the government, industry associations and other key pharmaceutical players. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn about the Japanese market!
Business Etiquette in Japan
When visiting Japan – particularly with the aim of doing business – it is a good idea to learn about what is considered good etiquette. Luckily enough, you have us to guide you through the possible pitfalls of doing business in Japan and have you on the road to success! Read on and learn