The Tokyo Motorcycle Show, also known as nirin-matsuri (二輪祭), is the two-wheeled world’s answer to the Tokyo Auto Salon. The show takes place over three-days and covers an area almost 30,000 square meters with approximately 600 booths from 150 makers of motorcycles, auto parts, gear, and accessories. It is open for the general public from 1-6pm on the Friday, 10-6pm on the Saturday, and 10-5pm on the Sunday.
How much is it?
Entrance is ¥1,600 for adults (¥1,300 for advance tickets) and ¥500 for high school students. You can also purchase “paired tickets” (2 x male or 2 x female, no mixed tickets, strangely) for ¥2,600.