Information for visitors

Latest beauty products and services gather in Fukuoka from across the nation

Beautyworld Japan Fukuoka, which sets the beauty industry alight in Kyushu region, will be held on the largest scale ever.
Come and get the latest products, techniques, and information that help your business to expand!

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In order to protect the health of all attendees, the organiser will take measures to prevent infection throughout the fair. Please observe the following measures. 

* The measures may be revised depending on the development of the situation. Once revised, it will be announced on this webpage.
* The organiser will not be responsible for any illness, accident, damage or loss occurring at the fair.

Admission will be denied in the following cases.

  • If you were infected with COVID-19 in the past and have not spent more than 2 weeks since you tested negative.
  • If you have traveled to countries/regions for which the Japanese government has implemented immigration restrictions or which require a post-arrival observation period within the past two weeks, or if you had close contact with a person from those countries/regions.
  • If you entered Japan from overseas within the past 2 weeks.
  • If your body temperature is 37.5℃ (99.5℉) or higher on the day of your visit.
  • If you have symptoms such as a cough, sore throat, breathlessness, or if you feel unwell.

We will implement the following rules for entering the venue. If you do not comply with these rules, you will not be allowed to enter.

  • Wearing a face mask
  • Disinfect your hands with a hand sanitizer
  • Body temperature screening using thermography or alike

We ask for your understanding and cooperation with the following infection control measures.

  • We may deny admission to the exhibition area if the number of persons exceeds the designated capacity.
  • Conduct frequent hand washing and disinfection and avoid prolonged business meetings in potentially dense conditions.
  • Leave a minimum of 1 meter (preferably 2 meters) between you and others in the venue.
  • Avoid talking loudly during meetings and try to maintain a social distance (at least 1m preferably 2m) to exhibitors.
  • Please try to arrange the dates and times of meetings with the exhibitors in advance.
  • "Please try to prevent the business meeting from taking longer than necessary by using online services such as web conferencing at a later date.
  • If possible, exchange business cards electronically."
  • Please record the date, time, and person in charge of the booths you visit for meetings.
  • If you found yourself being infected after visiting to the venue, please contact the organiser's office immediately.
  • We kindly ask for your understanding. In the event of an outbreak of an infection, the minimum amount of personal information registered may be disclosed upon request of the government or municipality for such reasons as identifying the route of infection.