Venue & Hospitality

Radisson Narita: Located on a beautiful, 29-acre property with various recreational facilities, delicious restaurants and versatile event space, Radisson Hotel Narita is an ideal choice for a vacation or business trip. Stay just 10 kilometers from Narita Airport (NRT), and use our convenient shuttle for easy transportation to the airport, AEON Mall and more. We’re also less than 10 kilometers from popular attractions like Boso-no-Mura, Sakura-no-Yama Hill Park and the Naritasan Shinshoji Temple. See Tokyo with ease by using the highway bus transportation to and from Tokyo Central Station, or spend a quiet day at the hotel in Rec-Lux Health Fitness Club, where you can challenge a friend to a game of tennis or swim in the indoor pool. Additional amenities and services include: • Free Wi-Fi • Multilingual staff • Kids play area • Indoor and outdoor pools • Meeting facilities • Hotel shuttle bus to nearby destinations Hotel Rooms: For a comfortable stay in Narita, book one of our welcoming guest rooms and suites, featuring modern décor, in-room refrigerators and more. After a day of travel, you can make a fresh cup of tea and kick back on the bed to watch your favourite TV program. Standard room highlights include: • Flat-screen TV • Free Wi-Fi • Refrigerator • Coffee/tea facilities • Complimentary bottled water When you need additional room to spread out, book one of our Junior Suites, offering a King True Comfort pillow-top bed and sofa area. Restaurants & Bars: California Restaurant serves a hearty buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner so you can choose your favourites for every meal. At Super Stars Sports Bar, cheer on your team while sipping a refreshing drink and snacking on a scrumptious appetizer. If you need a light meal or a midday snack, stop by Coffee Corner for a tasty treat that pairs well with one of our gourmet coffee blends. Things to Do in Narita: Our hotel is less than five kilometres from popular attractions like the Naritasan Reikokan and Reikoden Museum and the Sakura-no-Yama Hill Park. Don’t miss these other favourites during your stay: Naritasan Shinshoji Temple – Less than 20 minutes from the hotel, Naritasan Shinshoji Temple is one of the best-known temples in the region. To make the most of your visit, take a free guided tour. AEON Mall – Browse more than 150 stores at AEON Mall, just eight kilometers away from the Radisson. Once you’ve finished shopping, you can watch a movie at the Humax Cinema or get a meal in the food court. Boso-no-Mura – Drive about 30 minutes to this open-air museum that educates visitors on the crafts and culture of the Boso region. You can see traditional papermakers, blacksmiths and a tea ceremony. Please note that Boso-no-Mura is closed on Mondays.

Conference Dates: August 15-16, 2018

Hotel Services & Amenities

  • Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
  • Business Center.
  • Business Phone Service.
  • Complimentary Printing Service.
  • Express Mail.
  • Fax.
  • Meeting Rooms.
  • Office Rental.
  • Photo Copying Service.
  • Secretarial Service.
  • Telex.
  • Typewriter.
  • Video Conference.
  • Video Messaging.
  • Video Phone.
  • ATM.
  • Baggage Storage.

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About City

Tokyo (Japanese: [toːkʲoː], officially Tokyo Metropolis, is the capital city of Japan and one of its 47 prefectures. The Greater Tokyo Area is the most populous metropolitan area in the world.Tokyo is a fast-paced city with an almost manic energy. The city is constantly changing, as the local obsession with newness makes fashions fade fast and the latest technologies quickly obsolete. However, the hyper-urban cosmopolis does have a more traditional side that, although not immediately evident, is still there to charm travellers with its shrines, public baths and leafy parks. The city is also as important historically as it is in the pop-culture world. The imperial family is a source of pride and an institution, and residents mix traditional societal mores with cutting-edge inventions, art, fashion and music. The Japanese capital and its culture are taking the world by storm, but it still stays faithful to its origins.

Tokyo is Japan’s major cultural centre. Displays depicting the art and history of Japan and Asia are featured at the Tokyo National Museum in Ueno Park. Ueno Park is also the site of a science museum, a zoological garden, and two major art museums. Art and science museums are located close to the Imperial Palace, and museums of various types are located elsewhere in the city. Theatrical works, including everything from traditional Kabuki to modern drama, are performed regularly, as are symphonic works, operas, and other Western forms of dance and music. The University of Tokyo heads a long list of major universities and colleges in the metropolitan area.

Tokyo is the chief transportation hub for Japan, as well as an important international traffic centre. It is served by a dense network of electric railways, subways, bus lines, and highways. Tokyo station is the central railroad terminal for all of Japan, including the high-speed Shinkansen bullet trains from western Japan. Ueno Station is the terminus for rail lines running to northern Japan, and Shinjuku station is the terminus for trains from central Honshu and Tokyo’s western suburbs. Several privately owned electric rail lines provide interurban transit service. Tokyo’s international airport is at Narita, in Chiba prefecture, while the city’s Haneda airport on the bay provides domestic service.

There is so much to see and do in the city of 12 million people, but the Asakusa district is a real highlight. The district is easily accessible by subway, but if you are not in a hurry, takes the river cruise that lazily floats up the Sumida from Tokyo Bay’s Hinode pier. Once you arrive, check out the countries first skyscraper, photo studio and cinema, and then head to the Sensoji Temple. The small temple enshrines a golden statue of Kannon, the Buddhist goddess of mercy, and is located in the area’s most lively neighbourhood.