Tuesday 20th April 1954
(20th-29th)The first All Japan Motor Show was held at Hibiya Park, Tokyo. H.I.H. Prince Takamatsu attended as patron. 254 exhibitors displayed 267 vehicles. Major exhibits in the passenger car area included: Austin A40, Hilman Minxand Renault 4CV, which had just begun domestic production; the purely domestic 6-seater Prince Sedan AISH, already equipped with 4-speed synchronized stick shift; Toyopet Super RH from Toyota; Datsun Passenger Delux (Model DB-5) from Nissan; Sedan and Van from Ohta Motor; and three-wheeled passenger cars from Daihatsu.