From the initial round of entries, 38 were selected with a total of 59 pieces of jewelry, to be displayed in the exhibition hall during the Japan Jewellery Fair. The winning pieces will showcase at the September Hong Kong Jewellery and Gem Fair and later be placed at the Lalique Museum in Hakone, Japan, in October.
The organisers of the platform have noted an increased enthusiasm amongst the participants as the number of entries has risen. The grand prize was handed to Kaji International Co. Ltd. for a creation of a platinum ring and ring set under the theme of ''Story From The Universe'' that featured diamonds and meteorite. The Tokyo Kiho Corporation was awarded the Minister of Health, Labour, and Welfare Prize for a silver and diamond necklace named ''Sakura -- for New Born Babies.'' Tokyo Kiho was also awarded the Chairman of the Japan Jewellery Association Prize for a ring and pendant made in gold and diamonds and named ''Bonds of Love''. The Governor of Tokyo Metropolitan Government Prize was awarded to Juno Corporation for ''Air'' - bangle in gold and diamonds. Masumi Takei was awarded the best new designer prize for the ''Aurora -- Swinging Heart'' necklace, bangle and ring set in silver. A Chairman of the Japan Pearl Promotion Society Prize was awarded to the Kuwayama Corporation for ''Karin''- a neckpiece in platinum, gold, diamond and Akoya pearl. Shinpei Yamamoto was awarded the Chairman of the Japan Jewellery Designers Association Prize for ''Put Hands on Top of Each Other'' - a ring, featuring opal, sapphire and cloisonné. Atelier Hiroumi was awarded the Platinum Guild International Prize for a platinum, aquamarine and diamond necklace.