7-11 June 2021
Kavli IPMU, Kashiwa, Japan
Asia/Tokyo timezone

Access

Access to IPMU

The workshop will be held at Kavli IPMU on the University of Tokyo campus in Kashiwa.  Kashiwa is located about 10 km northeast of Tokyo. There are two airports that service the Tokyo area, Narita airport and Haneda airport.

 

From Kashiwanoha Station 
If you use Tsukuba express (TX) train, the nearest station to Kashiwa campus is Kashiwanoha-campus station. This station is convenient for those who stay at Mitsui Garden Hotel Kashiwanoha, Hotel Del Prado or Hotel Sunoak Kashiwanoha. IPMU is 20-minuite walking distance from the station.

From this station to the campus, there is a shuttle bus provided by the University of Tokyo (Timetable). 

It is also not difficult to find a public bus about every 10 minutes from Kashiwanoha-campus station. Take either #03 or #04 bus from the bus stop #1 at the West Exit of the station and get off at National Cancer Center ("Kokuritsu Gan Senta"). You can also take #10 bus at the same bus stop and get off at Todai-mae. 

From Kashiwa Station 
Kashiwa station is convenient for those who stay at Crest Hotel Kashiwa, Kashiwa Plaza Hotel, Sotetsu Fresa Inn Chiba-Kashiwa or other hotels in central Kashiwa. Take either #44 or #01 bus bound for National Cancer Center from the bus stop #2 in front of McDonald, West Exit of JR Kashiwa Station and get off at Todai-mae or the last stop.

 

IC cards for easy transportation
For train and bus transport, most lines (including the local buses in Kashiwa) will accept the Suica or Pasmo IC Cards, which enable you to pay fares by simply tapping on a card reader. Either Suica or Pasmo cards can be purchased at most train stations.  Some express trains will require the purchase of an additional express fare ticket beyond the base fare, so simply tapping your IC card will not be sufficient.  Local Tobu buses from Kashiwa or Kashiwanoha Campus stations  also accept the IC cards.  You simply need to tap the card readers with the IC card twice: when getting and getting off the bus.  If you pay by cash, pick up a paper slip with a number description on riding the bus, which helps you to look up your bus fare.  Getting off the bus, look up the fare on the fare board and insert the money with the paper slip in a box next to the driver.


 

 

 


 

 

 

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