- Please board the bus through the rear door.
- Take a number-printed ticket from the vending machine near the rear door.
- The fare you pay is proportional to the distance travelled, and you will pay your fare when exiting the bus. Please note that change-makers only accept ¥1000 notes, so bring small change with you.
- Push the stop button once the bus announces the stop you will be getting off at. If you do not press the button the bus may not stop.
- Please drop your fare with your number-printed ticket into the clear receptacle near the driver, and exit through the front door.
LOCATION AND TRAVEL INFORMATION
Fujita Health University
Japan is now open for business travellers. Delegates will need a certificate of completion for their registration to the ERFS system and a visa invitation letter, both of which can be provided by Fujita Health University upon request.
Once you have completed your registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a link to the form you need to complete. We recommend that you have a copy of your passport, hotel information and your arrival and departure dates ready. Please note that we can only process visa applications for registered delegates.
The deadline for visa applications is 18 May. We cannot accept any responsibility for visa applications. Where a delegate is unable to attend because of failure to obtain a visa on time, the normal cancellation policy for the registration fee will apply.
We recommend having travel insurance for the duration of your visit. Please consider Covid-19 travel regulations in your destination and home country when choosing your level of cover. Please contact your travel agent for further details.
The Covid-19 guidelines are constantly changing based on the current rate and spread of infection. For the most up to date information, please visit the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.
We have summarised the current regulations as of 13 April 2022. Only the travellers from the 7 countries below are subject to 3 days of isolation at a hotel: Egypt, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Pakistan, Vietnam and Russia.
For travellers from countries not listed above, if you are double vaccinated with Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Moderna or Janssen, and have had a booster with Pfizer, Moderna or Cominati, you can be PCR tested at the airport. If you test negative, there is no need to quarantine.
Delegates are responsible for reserving and covering the cost of accommodation for the duration of their stay.
Below you will find information about the official event hotel, as well as a map below through which you can easily browse for hotels and private accommodation if you do not wish to stay at the official hotel. You can hover over an accommodation to view travel times and distances to Fujita Health University.
Please note that shuttle services to the event venue will only be provided from the official hotel.
Nagoya Marriott Associa Hotel
1-1-4 Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya 450-6002
Enjoy modern luxury at Nagoya Marriott Associa Hotel. Located on the 20th to 49th floors of the JR Central Tower, guests are welcomed by the stunning view of the Tokai area’s high-rise hotel and can indulge in an unsurpassed luxurious space. Often regarded as one of the best hotels in Japan, this hotel is ideally located in the heart of the city with easy access to transport networks and the Chubu Centrair International Airport.
It boasts nine outstanding restaurants, high-speed wifi and panoramic views in all of its regular rooms. It is no wonder that this is a popular and convenient hotel for both business and leisure visitors.
Delegates are responsible for their travel arrangements and travel costs to and from Aichi. Below you will find an outline of the main transport methods for travelling to Fujita Health University, as well as a downloadable travel guide with further details.
From Japanese cities by train
Nagoya is well connected to other Japanese cities by high-speed train. Trains to Nagoya Station depart frequently from Tokyo, Yokohama, Osaka and Kyoto.
From Chubu Centrair International Airport (near Nagoya)
By car/taxi: The journey takes around 40 minutes, and by taxi the average fare is ¥14,500 (£100).
By public transport: Please see the travel guide below.
From Narita International Airport (near Tokyo)
There are several routes to travel from Tokyo to Nagoya, the travel guide outlines the most straightforward one.
Buses in Nagoya
Fujita Health University have organised an excursion to allow delegates to explore the city and surrounding areas. Please find details below, and visit the website to book your place.
2 June, 13:30–16:00
Visit Arimatsu-Shuku, famous for Arimatsu Shibori, the tie-dyeing technique and designated as National Important Preservation District for Groups of Historic Buildings. Walk past cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops that use the old-fashioned atmosphere to make this a space packed with history, culture and sightseeing.