From the airport to Wako-shi, RIKENFor the access from airports to RIKEN Wako Campus, see:
* Access to Headquarters and Wako Campus *
The train system in Japan is very well developed (and complicated). So, there are multiple ways, which is convenient but may look difficult for foreign visitors. If the timing is good, the Airport Bus could be the best (simplest) solution. You can just go to the ticket office of the Airport Bus and buy a ticket bound for Wako-shi. If taking the train, you should change train lines twice (at least). Ikebukuro is a big train station (a sort of hub station) where you can take either Tobu-Tojo Line or Yurakucho Line to come to Wako-shi. For more details, please consult Jorudan.co.jp (see an example of search -- Dec.4 about 3pm)
A personal experience from Tokyo-Narita to Wako-shi has been uploaded. Please visit here to read it. Hope it helps you with your trip planning.
Arriving at the meeting siteThe meeting location is Okochi Hall (C32 on the map found from the link above). You can also download the PDF map.
From the Wako-shi train station, RIKEN is approximately 20 minutes away on foot. You can also take a taxi; the taxi driver should recognize RIKEN easily. The cost depends on traffic and usually something between 1000 and 2000 JPYen. For more details, you can see the route on the Google map: Click here to see the route
OrganizersDmitri E. Kharzeev (RIKEN BNL Research Center / Stony Brook U., Chair)
Kenji Fukushima (The University of Tokyo)
Akira Furusaki (RIKEN iTHES / CEMS)
Tetsuo Hatsuda (RIKEN iTHES / RIKEN Nishina Center)
Naoto Nagaosa (RIKEN CEMS / The University of Tokyo)
Ho-Ung Yee (RIKEN / U. of Illinois)
This symposium is supported by RIKEN RBRC, RIKEN Nishina Center, RIKEN iTHES and RIKEN CEMS.