Tokyo International BarShow 2014



Tokyo International BarShow PV


After the very favourable reception for the Tokyo International BarShow + WHISKY LIVE over the past two years, the event will be held for a third time this September, with even more on offer.
On the main stage, in addition to the Nadeshiko Lady Bartending Championship that caused so much excitement last year, there will be a range of other demonstrations and performances.
There'll also be the opportunity to try cocktails made by award-winning bartenders and many, many quality products offered for sampling at exhibitors'booths.
There's something for everyone at the 3rd Tokyo International BarShow + WHISKY LIVE and we look forward to welcoming you-Omachi shitemasu!

DatesSeptember 20-21, 2014
Times11:30-18:00 (both days)
VenueTokyo Dome City, Prism Hall


We are inviting impressive guests from overseas to Tokyo International BarShow 2014! The guests will appear in talk shows and special seminars on the venue's main stage!

Charles Schumann

The leading expert in the German bars industry, he runs his own bar "Schumann's" and publishes cocktail books. Based in Munich, Germany, he is active around the world. He produces many famous cocktails including the "Swimming Pool". The "Schumann's Bar Book", reputed to be the "legendary bar book", is famous amongst bartenders.

Jared Brown & Anistatia Miller

The founders of The Museum of the American Cocktail, they are also known as the authors of "Mixologist: The Journal of the American Cocktail" and "Spirituous Journey: A History of Drink". From historic research of the world's drinking culture to the newest marketing, they are experts involved in a wide range of activities.

If you want further information about our programs, please see "Programs"(written in Japanese).


You can download a letter of consent from the following link, which is necessary for admission. Please fill out the document in advance and bring it with you, so that get in the venue smoothly.


*If you bring your "BarShow Card" or "Live Card", you don't have to sign in consent.


Prism Hall
(inside of Tokyo Dome City)

The closest station

  • Suidobashi Station (JR Chuo-Sobu Line)
  • Suidobashi Station (Toei Mita Line)
  • Korakuen Station (Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line, Namboku Line)
  • Kasuga Station (Toei Oedo Line)