Workshop Main Venue: Tokyo University of Science (TUS), Kagurazaka Campus
Location: Iidabashi Station (4 min from Akihabara)
Kagurazaka is a colorful and trendsetting town near Iidabashi Station in Tokyo. With many modern restaurants and cafes, this popular town presents a refined atmosphere. Maintaining a traditional Japanese atmosphere, the many French residents in this area lend the neighborhood a taste of Europe.
Kagurazaka is also famous for one of the few gourmet dining districts of the Kanto region. Famous restaurants with long histories of luxurious traditional Japanese cuisine can be found here. You can enjoy a superlative dinner coupled with the company of geishas.
Located in the heart of Tokyo.
TUS Space Colony Center was established.
Close to JAXA Tokyo Office.
Symposium/Outreach Event Main Venue: Kyoto University, Yoshida North Campus
Kyoto is a city of rich cultural heritage with over 1,200 years of history. Many in Japan regard it as the country’s spiritual wellspring and cultural heartland. Its numerous historic locations, including the approximately 2,000 shrines and temples, are classified as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This ancient cultural legacy coexists side by side with technological innovation and entrepreneurship; Kyoto is home to several major technology companies, including Nintendo, Kyocera, and Omron, as well as a broad range of modern cultural facilities, such as the Kyoto International Manga Museum.
- An optional program will include an excursion and a joint symposium with a special focus on outreach.