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Bridging the Asian continent and the Pacific Ocean, Japan is perfectly placed for international meetings with easily accessible flights from all major global centers. Rich in nature, diverse landscapes stretch from the heights of Mt. Fuji, down south to the pristine waters and coral reefs of Okinawa and up north to the wide-open national parks of Hokkaido. Geographically compact, moving between islands, mountain peaks, and beautiful beaches couldn't be faster or more simple. Japan's mix of high tech know-how, ancient tradition and timely organization make it ideal to host all kinds of conferences and meetings.
Home to a variety of impressive event spaces, including the largest convention center in Japan, Tokyo is a fast-moving, entertainment-rich meeting destination powerhouse.
Chiba, one of Japan’s most important ports, was rebuilt following World War II bombing, and today is a major economic power, home to numerous businesses.
Meeting and event planning in Fukuoka can be quite easy, as the city is filled with meeting and special event venues. Ol’ Blue Eyes fans will appreciate Fukuoka Yahoo! JAPAN Dome, where Sinatra gave his last concert.
Kobe MICE planning means having access to some extraordinary creature comforts, like Kobe beef and top-rated sake.
Searching for meeting and event planning locations with history? Look no further than Kyoto, site of 17 historical sites and a city rich in cultural history. Don’t overlook the Conference Center’s beautiful outdoor gardens.
When meeting and event planning in Nagano, groups will expect to have elements of the 1998 Winter Olympics incorporated into the program. However, traditional venues like sumo-themed Chanko Ryori Tamaya.
Planning MICE events in Nagasaki can be fascinating, as the city comprises influences of Japan, China, and Europe. Good eating abounds.
When meeting and event planning in Nagoya, the Toyota Automobile Museum – and the open-air observation deck at Toyota’s new Midland Square HQ – are not to be missed.
MICE planning in Nara, the “golden-age” capital of Imperial Japan, poses many delights for groups who wish to immerse themselves in history.
MICE planning in Okinawa for English-speaking groups is made easier by the presence of an American Army base, which makes language less of a challenge. Its East China location makes Okinawa more tropical.
A unique blend of traditional culture and modern excitement can be found in Osaka, a fantastic meeting destination known for its sprawling event venues, authentic regional cuisine, and Osaka Bay setting.
When planning meetings and events in Sapporo, be sure to add a beer tasting to the program, and the city’s brew is world-famous.
MICE planning in Sasebo is made easier by the city’s familiarity with an international market that includes the U.S., European, and local Japanese tourism.
Meeting and event planning in Yokohama benefits from the city's proximity to Tokyo, as well as a wealth of local venues like the Yokohama Silk Museum.