April 13, 2021
Basic policies (basic concepts) have been formulated in relation to the Japan Pavilion at the Expo 2025 Osaka, Kansai, Japan, including the goals and visions for the pavilion.
METI will exhibit the Japanese Government Pavilion (Japan Pavilion) at the 2025 World Exposition in Japan (Expo 2025 Osaka, Kansai, Japan). Based on the results of the discussions at the "Workshop on Basic Concepts for the Japan Pavilion" held in FY2020, METI has formulated the "basic concepts" or basic policies for the pavilion, including missions, visions and plans for buildings, displays, and dispatching information.
2. Outline of the Japan Pavilion at Expo 2025 Osaka, Kansai, Japan
The Japan Pavilion at Expo 2025 Osaka, Kansai, Japan aims to represent "SDGs & beyond," an international vision focusing on future society beyond 2030 based on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) stipulated by the United Nations. To this end, METI has been communicating to the world Japan's unique efforts related to SDGs and advancing discussions on collaboration with the United Nations.
3. Future schedule
Based on the basic concepts for the Japan Pavilion that have been formulated, METI will start holding discussions on the basic design of buildings, specific displays and other details this year.
Note: About the Workshop on Basic Concepts for the Japan Pavilion
In FY2020, as an opportunity to open up creative dialogues on formulating basic concepts for the Japan Pavilion, a "Workshop on Basic Concepts for the Japan Pavilion," was inaugurated and nine experts participated in it as members. Minutes of past meetings can be found at the link below.
Division in Charge
International Exhibitions Promotion Office, Commerce and Service Industry Policy Group