Venue, Hotels & Travel Information
All Congress '19 sessions and market events will take place at the Miraikan – The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation.
Miraikan – The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
2 Chome-3-6 Aomi, Koto City, Tokyo 135-0064, Japan
Hotel: Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba
This year's host hotel is the Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba. Centrally located on the island of Odaiba (Tokyo's technology hub), the Grand Nikko is just a 4-minute train ride or 15-minute walk from our Congress venue, the Miraikan – The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, and boasts access to scenic waterfront views.
Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba
2-6-1, Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo 135-8701
Members receive preferred rates between 27,040 JPY and 32,870 JPY (depending on room). To receive the discounted rate, you must book via the Japan Tourism Board (JTB). The online booking link will be available here shortly. To book now, please contact:
JTB Corporate Sales Inc. WCSFP Desk
E-mail: [email protected]
Office Hours: 9:30-17:30 JST (weekdays only)
Congress members save up to 25% with Delta on travel to Japan between November 27 and December 10. Book using meeting code: NY2VU
Congress members save on travel to Tokyo (airports HND, NRT) between November 25 and December 12. Book with promo code: AMATWWZ1
Not applicable on open-jaw or multi-city flights.
How much are flights to Japan? While prices will vary, here are a few round-trip economy flights with one stop-over:
- Berlin - $690 USD | 611 EUR | 548 GBP | 900 CAD
- London - $766 USD | 679 EUR | 609 GBP | 1000 CAD
- New York - $720 USD | 638 EUR | 572 GBP | 940 CAD
- Paris - $690 USD | 611 EUR | 548 GBP | 900 CAD
- San Francisco - $1073 USD | 950 EUR | 853 GBP | 1400 CAD
*prices and exchange rates as of July 2019
Any foreign visitor entering Japan must have a valid passport for the duration of their stay, and all visitors must comply with the conditions of their visas.
Citizens of 68 countries coming to Japan for tourism purposes including Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA, UK and almost all European nations do not require a visa (rules and conditions apply) and will be granted permission for short-term stay upon arrival. If you are a citizen of a country that doesn't require a visa, be sure to check the official rules for Japan visa requirements as they can periodically change.
Visitors from outside these 68 countries must apply for a visa in advance. Visit the official Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan website for further information.
Japanese law requires that all short-term foreign visitors must have proof of onward travel (departure) from Japan. All short-term foreign visitors to Japan are photographed and fingerprinted upon arrival and must carry their passport with them in Japan at all times.
Working and engaging in paid activities on a short-term stay visa is strictly forbidden.