Best of Lithuanian home design solutions at INTERIOR LIFESTYLE TOKYO 2017

2017-06-12

Lithuanian products have a very special, even intimate, relationship with Japanese customers and consumers. From linen tablecloths and other interior design elements to furniture or lasers – our products enjoy recognition and respect in Japan. Combination of innovative mindset, high quality and natural materials granted Japanese trust towards products manufactured in a far-away country of amber, deep forests and ambitious people.
Below you can find information about 6 Lithuanian companies that will showcase their home design solutions at Interior Lifestyle Tokyo 2017.
Should you wish to learn more about Lithuania and meet our most prominent home designers, please visit National Lithuanian Stand (WEST HALL 3, H23) at Interior Lifestyle Tokyo on June 14-16th.
It is the fifth time this year when Lithuanian companies are participating in international trade fair INTERIOR LIFESTYLE TOKYO. National Lithuanian stand which unites selected companies is organized by Enterprise Lithuania, which is a public entity fostering export and entrepreneurship in the country.
 

 


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