Congress Site

International Conference Center Kobe (ICCK)
6-9-1, Minatojima Nakamachi,
Chuo-ku, Kobe, 650-0046 Japan
Tel: +81-78-302-5200

Portopia Hall, Portopia Hotel
6-10-1 Minatojima Nakamachi,
Chuo-ku, Kobe, 650-0046 Japan
Tel: +81-78-302-1111
* The hotel and ICCK are located next to each another.


Transportation   MAP

Access from Kansai International Airport
to Sannomiya Station
a. Approximately 65 minutes by Kansai Airport Limousine and get off at Kobe Sannomiya Station
Bus Stop No.6 / JPY1,800
b. Approximately 75minutes by JR train Limited Express "Haruka".
Kansai Airport Sta.~Shin-Osaka Sta~Sannomiya Sta / JPY2,810 *Non Reserved Seat
c. Approximately 85minutes by JR train Kansai Airport Rapid Service.
Kansai Airport Sta.~Osaka Sta~Sannomiya Sta / JPY1,660
to Congress Site
(1) Approximately 65 minutes by Kansai Airport Limousine and get off at Kobe Sannomiya Station
(2) Approximately 10 minutes by car from Sannomiya Station or take the Portliner and get off at Shimin-Hiroba Station

Access from Osaka International Airport
to Sannomiya Station
Approximately 40 minutes by Osaka Airport Limousine and get off at Kobe Sannomiya Station
Bus Stop No.15 for flight arriving to SOUTH TERMINAL / Bus Stop No.5 for flight arriving to NORTH TERMINAL / JPY1,020
to Congress Site
(1) Approximately 40 minutes by Osaka Airport Limousine and get off at Kobe Sannomiya Station
(2) Approximately 10 minutes by car from Sannomiya Station or take the Portliner and get off at Shimin-Hiroba Station

Access from Shin-Kobe Station (if you use Shinkansen(Bullet Train))
to Sannomiya Station
Approximately 5 minutes by the Kobe City Subway Seishin-Yamate Line and get off at Kobe Sannomiya Station
to Congress Site
(1) Approximately 5 minutes by the Kobe City Subway Seishin-Yamate Line and get off at Kobe Sannomiya Station
(2) Approximately 10 minutes by car from Sannomiya Station or take the Portliner and get off at Shimin-Hiroba Station


Access Information
http://j-click.jtb.co.jp/info/accessinfo/


Kobe, Your Host City
Located roughly in the center of Japan's main island Honshu, Kobe is a bustling industrial port city of 1.5 million nestled between a backdrop of towering mountains and the tranquil Seto Inland Sea. Long renowned for its naturally deep harbors, Kobe served as one of the primary international gateways to Japan early in its modern history, and still remains one of the largest shipping ports in Japan and a chic, international city. The recent earthquake that struck the Kobe area in 1995 has in its wake created a strong sense of unity and community among local residents as together they have rebuilt their beautiful city under new paradigms and with a renewed vigor, and in the process firmly embracing a positive, optimistic look toward the future.
Travel Information of Hyogo Prefecture
http://web.pref.hyogo.jp/english/main/htmls/tourism07.html

Travel Information of Kobe City
http://www.feel-kobe.jp/index-e.html

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