ACCESS from Airport and railway

NYC is located close to Shinjuku, the vice city center, and of good transportation. Take the JR Chuo Line to Shinjuku Station (about 14 minutes). Transfer at Shinjuku Station to a local train on Odakyu Line. Get off at Sangubashi Station (about 3 minutes from Shinjuku). The NIYE is about 7 minutes walk from the station.


Direct flights to Narita and Haneda are the most common ways to access the country. Once you arrive, you can jump on an express train or Limousine bus that will transport you into the heart of the city. Please check these pages on Narita Airport and Haneda Airport for more information.

From Narita Airport

Take the JR Sobu Line to Shinjuku Station (Narita Express about 80-90 minutes). Transfer to a local train on the Odakyu Line (about 3 minutes). The NIYE is about 7 minutes walk from the station.

From Haneda Airport

Take the Tokyo Monorail to Hamamatsucho(about 23 minutes). Get JR Yamanote Line to Shinjuku(bound for Shibuya, about 23 minutes), or take the Keikyu Line to Shinagawa station(about 16 minutes). Get JR Yamanote Line to Shinjuku (bound for Shibuya, about 23 minutes), Transfer at Shinjuku station to the local train on Odakyu Line. Get off at Sangubashi station(about 3 minutes from Shinjuku). The NIYE is about 7 minutes walk from the station.

By Subway (Chiyoda Line)

Get off at Yoyogi-Koen Station (Exit No.4 ). The NIYE is about 10 minutes walk from the Exit No.4.

For more information on access to the venue, visit:


In the Shinjuku area, around the area of venue,  there are many rooms to suit every budget, from Airbnb, other cost-effective hostels, and business hotels to international brand hotels. 

List of the Hotel

Here we suggest some hotels that are conveniently located from the venue. Prices are for reference only and are subject to change without notice. Please check the details about prices, access to the venue, and the other kind of information on each hotel's official website or the travel reservation companies.

TEL. +81-3-3344-0111

TEL. +81-3-3375-3211

2-9 Nishishinjuku, 3chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-8336 Japan

TEL. +81 3-3343-3111

*There are many other inexpensive hotels in Shinjuku and Shibuya. Please check or other websites and make a reservation.

You may also consult with JTB GLOBAL MARKETING & TRAVEL INC.

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The number of travelers is increasing, so we recommend that you make your reservations as early as possible.

The conference venue,NYC, also has accommodations mainly for students, which can be applied for on the Registration page.

(Please click the "Register Here" button, then "Accomodation Request" button.)

Helpful Information for Tourists

Major Railway and Subway Route Map : Metropolitan Area

Major Railway and Subway Route Map 

Here is the railroad and subway route map created and published by JR (Japan-Railway)-East. When you click or tap the map, this page will be redirected to the website of JR-East. 

You can easily find "Sangubashi," the nearest station from the venue, in this map by using "search within a page" function that is implemented in most web browsers.

FYI: Transportation IC Cards

Prepaid IC Cards in Japan_ Suica, Pasmo, Icoca

Welcome Suica _ JR-EAST

"The Welcome Suica is a e-money card for moving around and shopping. There is no more need to buy a ticket from a vending machine.​ Just touch your Welcome Suica to the ticket gate and the fare is automatically deducted from your Welcome Suica. The Welcome Suica can be used not only for JR East trains, but subways and buses as well."


Excursion and sightseeing

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government will offer the following complimentary tours for overseas guests of SPT 2023. These tours will take you to the main tourist sites in Tokyo during the conference and will offer outstanding exotic experiences (the tour courses are subject to change).

Tokyo City Tour: Half-day Tour

Japanese Garden & River Cruise

This tour will take visitors to traditional Japanese gardens, such as the Hama-Rikyu Gardens, a typical garden of the Edo period (1603–1868), or the Imperial Palace East Gardens, a part of the palace grounds open to the public, and the former site of Edo Castle. A river cruise from the Hama-Rikyu Gardens will offer views of Tokyo from the river.

Asakusa – The Most Famous Temple

The tour will take you to Asakusa, which is the old center of downtown Tokyo, the most famous sightseeing spot in Tokyo. The area maintains the atmosphere of the old capital, with its 200m-long avenue of numerous stalls leading up to Japan’s most famous Buddhist temple, Sensoji. You can find traditional shops to buy souvenirs or Japanese local sweets and fast food along the market street.

One-day trip from Tokyo

Mt. Takao – The western fringes of Tokyo Travel beyond the western suburbs of Tokyo to a place where you can feel the Japanese spiritual world coexisting with nature. Mt. Takao is both a popular hiking spot and a religious destination. It takes approximately 90 minutes from the venue to Mt. Takao, where you can enjoy clean, fresh air in a natural environment. You can also experience Goma Kito, a ritual fire performance by a priest. Shojin ryori, Buddhist vegetarian cuisine, is included for lunch in the tour.