ICG Annual Meeting 2018
Yokohama, Japan
September 23-26, 2018

Travel Information

Access to PACIFICO Yokohama

Yokohama is near two major international airports (Narita and Haneda) with many direct flights from most of the major cities in the U.S., Europe, Asia, and the rest of the world.


Arriving at Yokohama is easy, thanks to the city’s proximity to two international airports, Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) and Narita International Airport. Access from Tokyo International Airport is particularly convenient, taking only 30 minutes by taxi and 40 minutes by an airport limousine service. The two airports together handle over 1,500 international flights weekly from 90 cities in some 40 nations by more than 60 airlines. Proximity and extensive air service make Yokohama a highly effective venue for attracting convention participants from all over the world.

How to get to PACIFICO Yokohama

Map_Access to PACIFICO Yokohama

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Access to PACIFICO Yokohama

Tourist Information

Yokohama is well known for its varied tourist attractions, including the futuristic Minato Mirai 21 district and Sankeien, a traditional Japanese garden where buildings designated as important cultural properties stand in harmony with nature. Since Yokohama is reputed to be among the first Japanese cities to embrace the art of photography, the Yokohama Museum of Art possesses an impressive photography collection as well as a collection of over 9,750 pieces of modern art. Viewing the Yokohama Bay waterfront by cruise ship is one of the highlights.

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Kanagawa Travel Info

The ancient historical city of Kamakura is 30 minutes south by train from Yokohama. Kamakura was the first capital of feudal Japan, where the Samurai founded their government more than 800 years ago. There are many famous temples and shrines in Kamakura, and Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine is one of the most popular spots among these historic buildings. Furthermore, the Great Buddha in Kotoku-in temple is a world-famous 750-year-old, 38-foot-tall, 120-ton bronze statue.