Venue & City Information

Congress Venue

Tokyo International Forum Co., Ltd.
5-1 Marunouchi 3-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo (Tokyo International Forum 11F)

The Tokyo International Forum is located in Tokyo’s central Marunouchi district. It is a convention and arts center equipped with a range of facilities including 8 small-to-large-size halls, 34 conference rooms, a symbolic glass atrium, a refreshing and plant-filled ground-level plaza, a variety of shops and restaurants, and an art museum. Around 23 million people visit here each year, and it serves as a center for promoting and communicating comprehensive culture and information. The Tokyo International Forum is also highly rated for its architecture, and it’s known as one of Tokyo’s leading landmarks. Boasting many attractive features in its construction and facilities, the Forum provides plenty of aesthetically-pleasing points and enjoyable attractions and ways to pass time for all visitors, from event participants to those just dropping by to have a look.


By Airplane

Congress venue (Tokyo International Forum) is located in central Tokyo.
Recommended arrival airport from overseas is Haneda or Narita.
Several transportation means are available from each airport to central Tokyo.
Please refer to the following information.

From Haneda Airport

Haneda Airport is located in Tokyo and convenient for access to the venue and major hotels. Approximately 20 minutes by monorail to major JR train stations, for further information, please refer to the following English website.

From Narita Airport

Narita Airport is about 60 to 90 minutes away from central Tokyo. Local train lines, direct express train lines (Narita Express, Sky Liner), limousine buses are available. For further information, please refer to the following English website. You can search and get specific travel routes and times.

JR Line

1-minute walk from Yurakucho Station
5-minute walk from Tokyo Station (the concourse on the first basement floor connects with Tokyo Station on the Keiyo Line)


1-minute walk from Yurakucho Station (connects to the concourse on the first basement floor)
Chiyoda Line: 5-minute walk from Nijubashimae Station/7-minute walk from Hibiya Station
Marunouchi Line: 5-minute walk from Ginza Station
Ginza Line: 7-minute walk from Ginza Station/7-minute walk from Kyobashi Station
Mita Line: 5-minute walk from Hibiya Station


Metropolitan Expressway

Harumi Dori from the Kasumigaseki Exit
Hibiya Dori from the Kandabashi Exit
Kajibashi Dori from the Takaracho Exit
Kajibashi Dori from the Kyobashi Exit
Please see the parking lot if you are coming by car.

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Only Japanese yen (JPY, ¥) is acceptable at regular stores and restaurants. Certain foreign currencies may be accepted at a limited number of hotels, restaurants and souvenir shops. You can exchange your currency with Japanese yen at foreign exchange banks and other authorized money exchangers on presentation of your passport.


In Japan, tipping is not customary in hotels, restaurants, or anywhere else. A service charge is added on the bill generally at some locations, therefore, tips do not need to be given separately.

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