Access to Venue (Fukuracia Tokyo Station)The conference room (Meeting room K, Fukuracia Tokyo Station, 5F floor of "Asahi Seimei Ohtemachi Building") is located adjacent to near the Tokyo Station Nihonbashi EXIT. Use this guide for directions to Tokyo Station and the conference room from Narita Airport or Haneda Airport.
Link to home page of Fukuracia Tokyo Station is here (in Japanese only).
From Narita Airport
by Airport Limouisine (Bus)Shuttling from Narita Airport by Airport Limousine (bus) is one of the easiest ways to travel to Tokyo Station. The time table, ticket counter, and bus terminal locations are here. Please note that advance reservations out of Narita is not available.
by TrainTake the Narita Express (NEX) (JR) from Narita to Tokyo Station.
- - The Tokyo station platform of Narita Express is located on B5
- - Use the escalator to B1 and then switch to the escalator leading to 1F from B1
- - Turn right toward Marunouchi North
- - At the end of the passage turn right toward Yaesu North Ticket gate
- - Pass the Yaesu North Ticket gate, turn left and go straight and exit from Nihonbashi Exit
- - The Asahi Seimei Building is located in front of Nihonbashi Exit
From Haneda Airport
by Airport Limouisine (Bus)Shuttling from Haneda Airport by Airport Limousine (bus) is the easiest way to travel to Tokyo Station. The time table, ticket counter, and bus terminal locations are here. Please note that advance reservations out of Narita is not available.
by TrainTake the Tokyo Monorail bound for ''Tokyo Monorail Hamamatsu-cho Station''. From Tokyo Monorail Hamamatsu-cho Station, transfer to the JR Yamanote line bound for Tokyo Station.
Map inside Tokyo stationNavigating through Tokyo station can be very complicated. See below for a detailed guide map of the station and the venue.
How to reach the conference roomThe workshop venue is on the 5F floor of "Asahi Seimei Ohtemachi Building". Please follow the "Asahi Seimei" logo to find the building.
Google Map (Tokyo Station area)
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