All seminars, colloquia, guest lectures, and panels will take place at the University of Tokyo’s Hongo Campus, which is located in the center of Tokyo (7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo).
From Narita Airport to the University of Tokyo:
Narita Airport is located 66 km east from the city center; express trains take you to the city center in 40 – 60 minutes.
(1) Take the “Skyliner”, operated by the railroad company “Keisei” and get off at the last station “Ueno” (about 40 minutes). The ticket costs 2,470 yen (~$22). From Ueno Station, it’s a twenty-minute walk to the university campus; it’s easier to take a taxi from Ueno Station; it will cost about 1,000 yen (~$9) to go to the university.
(2) Another train that takes you from Ueno to the city center is Narita Express, operated by JR. It arrives at Tokyo Station (it takes 60 minutes and costs 3,020 yen ~ $27). Then take the subway (Marunouchi Line) and get off at the fourth station “Hongo san-cho me”. Then it is about 10-minute walk to the university campus.
(3) Alternatively, there are also convenient bus services. The cheapest way into Tokyo is to take the “ACCESS NARITA BUS,” which takes you to Ginza and Tokyo Station for just 1,000 yen ($9). There are also more comfortable (but more expensive) Airport Limousine Buses that stop at major hotels and stations in Tokyo.
From Haneda Airport to the University of Tokyo:
(1) The most convenient and rapid way of transportation from Haneda is “Monorail”, which takes you non-stop to Hamamatsu-cho Station (JR) in 20 minutes for 490 yen ~$4,5). Then take a JR train on the Yamanote Line to Tokyo Station. Finally, take the subway (Marunouchi Line) and get off at the fourth station “Hongo san-cho me.”
(2) Alternatively, you can also take the train operated by Keihin Kyuko and go to Shinagawa Station. From Shinagawa, take the JR Yamanote Line train to Tokyo Station.