Sintering2021 ~The International Conference on Sintering 2021~

Venue & Travel Info.

Conference Venue

Nagaragawa Convention Center
2695-2 Nagara Fukumitsu, Gifu City, 502-0817, JAPAN
http://www.g-ncc.jp/en/

Venue

Location

Location 1

Location 2

Access

Access map

Access from Gifu Station by bus

Gifu Station area map

There are 2 lines, Mitahora Line and City Loop Line, bound for the Convention Center from Meitetsu/JR Gifu Station.

Mitahora Line (Route No.: "K50" and "K55")

Get on at the bus stop No. 10 at the central north exit of JR Gifu Station.
Get off at Nagaragawa Kokusai Kaigijo (Nagaragawa Convention Center)".
It takes approximately 20 mins by bus from JR Gifu Station and 1 min by walk from the bus stop.

City Loop Line (Counterclockwise rotation)

Get on at the bus stop No. 11 at the central north exit of JR Gifu Station or No. 4 on the opposite side of Meitetsu Gifu Station.
Get off at "Nagaragawa Kokusai Kaigijo Kitaguchi (Nagaragawa Convention Center North)".
It takes approximately 20 mins by bus from JR Gifu Station and 3 min by walk from the bus stop.

Sightseeing highlights

Gifu City is located in the center of Japan. Although it is the capital of Gifu Prefecture, it is blessed with an environment full of natural beauty; the Nagara River running through the center of the city has clear water, and Mt. Kinka is rich in greenery.

Gifu is easily accessible both domestically and for travellers coming from abroad. Gifu can be reached by train in 20 minutes from Nagoya, 1 hour from Central Japan International Airport (CENTRAIR), 2 hours from Tokyo, and 1 hour from Osaka.

Gifu City is well known as a historical city with Ukai (cormorant fishing) in the pristine Nagara River –a tradition with some 1300 years of history. Gifu Castle is located atop Mt. Kinka. Providing a dynamic 360-degree panoramic view of the region, this castle is one of Gifu's most popular spots.

Shirakawa-go (Shirakawa Village) is a world cultural heritage site which is about 50 mins by bus from Takayama, located about 2 hours by train from Gifu.

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