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Stamp Rally at Sponsored Exhibition

We are excited to present a special event, the "Cake made by Kobe Famous Patissier and Ryushin Goods Stamp Rally - Catch the essence in Kobe!" at JCR2024.
During the event, you can visit designated exhibition booths, collect stamps, and get delicious sweets!

For those who collect the stamps, we have prepared special treats, including sweets from renowned Kobe patissiers, a "Ryushin Key Chain" personally designed by Chairman Takagi, "Asahi Mountains Range Bear Bell", "Oisawa PET Bottle Holder" and “Al-ché-cciano Con cert Delicious Yamagata Set (only one per day)”. The prize differs depending on the number of stamps you collect.

Please note that the types of cakes will vary each day, with only one patisserie participating each day.
Due to the limited quantity of these precious cakes, we encourage everyone to participate eagerly.

Participating Patisseries:

April 18th (Thursday): patisserie AKITO
April 19th (Friday): patisserie mont plus
April 20th (Saturday): COMPARTIR VALOR

Stamp Rally Schedule:

April 18th (Thursday): 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
April 19th (Friday): 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
April 20th (Saturday): 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

※The above photos are for illustration purposes.
Actual items provided at the venue may differ.

Prize Exchange:

Depending on the number of stamps collected, you can get the following prizes at the "Prize Exchange Desk" located in the rest area on the 2nd floor of the Kobe International Exhibition Hall No. 1 Building.

  • 4 stamps: A cake made by Kobe Famous Patissier
  • 8 stamps: Ryushin Key Chain
  • 12 stamps:
    Complete Prize - Al-ché-cciano Con cert Delicious Yamagata Set (only one person per day, first come first served),
    Asahi Mountains Range Bear Bell, or Oisawa PET Bottle Holder (one per person)

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