Highlights: The exhibition hall is a large-scale and technologically advanced exhibition center in Japan. It was completed in April 1996. In just over a year to September 1997, it received 11.5 million trade and public exhibition visitors. Every year, various types of exhibitions, small events and even concerts are held. For example, the famous ComicMarket fan exhibition in recent years, the number of visitors can reach more than 500,000. Therefore, during the event, the flow of people and traffic here is very considerable, and many hotels near the venue will be full. The entire exhibition center covers an area of 243,000 square meters, with a construction area of 141,000 square meters and an exhibition area of 80,000 square meters. It adopts steel structure and reinforced concrete building. It consists of three parts: the tower, 58 meters high, with a total of 8 floors, an underground parking lot; 2 floors of the west exhibition hall; 3 floors of the east exhibition hall, an underground parking lot. The main exhibition halls are located in the West Hall and the East Hall. The West Hall has four exhibition areas and is designed as a small exhibition area. Adjacent outdoor and rooftop exhibition areas can also be used for exhibitions as required. The East Hall has six exhibition areas, three on each side connected by a long corridor, which can be turned into a large exhibition area. There are conference rooms of various sizes in the tower. The larger international conference hall can accommodate 1000 people. It is equipped with a 250-inch high-definition video projector, audio and lighting facilities, conference system, high-tech audio-visual system and 8-language simultaneous translator. Tokyo Big Sight uses advanced audio-visual and data information transmission systems to connect exhibition halls and conference centers. The computer system can process input, output and provide exhibition information, venue information, local traffic and other information such as weather and news. The specific facilities include: large screens, installed in the entrance square, broadcasting a large number of image materials related to the exhibition; large electronic information boards, six large electronic information boards are installed in the main passage of the exhibition center, which play the role of guiding the audience; small electronic information boards Information boards, there are 67 small electronic information boards in the exhibition center, which guide the audience to the facilities and local traffic in the museum. Exhibition organizers can also use this as a message board; studio, the entire audiovisual information is controlled by the studio on the first floor. In addition, there are reception rooms, reception rooms, restaurants, lounges, etc.