Venue and Travel Information
The conference will be held at National Olympics Memorial Youth Center (NYC) in Tokyo. The area was part of the Athletes’ Village at the Tokyo Olympics in 1964, and has developed to the current stage.
Tokyo has 16 million population during a day, and the NYC’s nearest town Shinjuku is one of the busiest and 3.5 million passengers go through Shinjuku Station per day. However, the NYC is located next to the Yoyogi Park, one of the five largest parks in Tokyo, which makes the centre perhaps the quietist spot at night. With the forested Meiji Shrine across the park and popular Harajuku town nearby, the conference attendees can take a walk, run, shop and wonder around as they like. The site could provide a unique experience in Tokyo, and one cannot book the place as a tourist or a visitor, only for this conference!
The NYC is a publicly funded educational institution whose mission is to promote healthy development of youth and youth education, and has a variety of facilities including accommodation, cafeteria, and spaces for training, arts, and seminars.
|Information for presentation rooms, cafeteria and a party space can be found at the followings.|
How to get to the venue can be a challenge as you would move through busy cities using various means of transportation. Here you can find access information from Haneda and Narita Airport.
Those traveling to Japan should check the Visa requirements on “the Japan Visa Information Hotline”.
|Accommodation at NYC|
We encourage conference delegates to use the accommodation on site as that would be the closest to the conference. While the NYC homepage shows general application for accommodation, the local organising committee handles all conference related bookings for the occasion.
Information about the lodging can be found here.
You can book from our site later when the system is ready.