The University of Tokyo
7-3-1, Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0033, Japan
Poster panel layout
The University of Tokyo (UTokyo) was established in 1877 as the first national university in Japan. Hongo campus, the main campus of UTokyo, occupies the former estate of the Maeda family, Edo period feudal lords of Kaga Province. The campus preserves relics of that era such as Akamon Gate, Sanshiro Pond, Kaitokukan Garden, etc.
(Hongo campus of UTokyo)
Hongo campus can be accessed from Keisei Ueno Station of Keisei Line, for those who fly to Narita Intl Airport, or JR Ueno Station of JR Line, for those who fly to Haneda Intl Airport, by a 15‒20 minutes walk.
Access to Hongo campus of UTokyopdf
Welcome desks will be placed at the Narita and Haneda Airports and conference venue, IIRC, by TCVB, one of our sponsors. The welcome desk at the airports will be a one-stop information counter for international delegates arriving in Tokyo. Staff at IIRC will provide information on the city and accept registration for complimentary half-day city tours (free).
July 24 (Tue) and July 25 (Wed) 8:00-20:00
- Narita Airport Terminal 1, 1F Intl Arrival Lobby, near Central Exit
- Narita Airport Terminal 2, 1F Intl Arrival Lobby, near Central Exit
- Haneda Intl Airport, 2F Arrival Lobby, Meeting Service Counter
Conference venue desk (travel information)
|July 25 (Wed)||15:00-19:00||July 28 (Sat)||8:30-16:30|
|July 26 (Thu)||8:30-16:30||July 30 (Mon)||8:30-16:30|
|July 27 (Fri)||8:30-16:30||July 31 (Tue)||9:30-14:00|
*The dates and hours are tentative and subject to change.
Besides exciting scientific discussions at the conference, you can enjoy a vast variety of experiences of the culture, of the cuisine, and of life in Tokyo.