The venue of the conference is the Nagoya Congress Center, whose design motif is a swan poised for flight, consists of four buildings, numbered 1 through 4. It takes about 30 minutes by "Meitetsu Airport express" to Kanayama Station. Transfer to the subway, and take the "Meijo Line" from Track #2 bound for Nagoyako, and get off at Hibino Station. Or take Subway "Meijo Line (Counterclockwise direction)" from Track #1, and get off at Nishi Takakura Station. From Hibino Station or Nishi Takakura Station, it is about a five-minute walk to the conference venue.
Access to Nagoya via International flights Nagoya is connected nationally and internationally by major airlines through Central Japan International Airport,"Centrair" the closest airport to the conference venue, airport code: NGO. There are 262 weekly flights from 28 international destinations, including frequent connections to the major airports in Asia. It also provides delegates from Europe and the Americas smooth access via other cities in Asia.
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Access to Nagoya via Domestic Flights and Trains
It is convenient for overseas participants to transit via Narita International Airport in Tokyo since there are 6 flights to Central Japan International Airport (Centrair) every day.
Nagoya Station is the nucleus of a railway network comprising JR, private railways and subway lines. Nagoya is reached from Tokyo in about 100 minutes and from Osaka or Kyoto within 1 hour by JR bullet trains (Shinkansen Nozomi).