Graduate School of Information Science and Technology,
Hokkaido University
ISMVL 2016
IEEE International Symposium
on Multiple-Valued Logic
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The 46th International Symposium on Multiple-Valued Logic will take place from May 18 to 20, 2016 in Sapporo, Japan. On this page you will find the symposium venue, how to get there, and information about Sapporo.

Symposium Venue

The symposium including ULSI workshop will take place at

Frontier Research in Applied Sciences Building at Hokkaido University

Address: Kita 13, Nishi 8, Kita-ku, Sapporo,
              Hokkaido, 060-8628 Japan
Phone: +81 11 716 2111
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How to Get There

The closest airport is New Chitose Airport.
But, this airport has few international connections, and thus Haneda Airport or Narita International Airport is convenient to get to Japan.
Haneda Airport has many domestic flights to New Chitose Airport. Narita International Airpot also has some domestic flights to New Chitose Airport.
Limousine Bus and Express Train from Narita to Haneda are available.
Access to Hokkaido
From New Chitose Airport,
  • Train for Sapporo Station is recommended.
    It takes about 40 mins to get to Sapporo Station.
    Its one-way fare is 1,040 yen for 1 person.

  • Another option is to take Buses for Sapporo Station.
    It takes about 70 mins to get to Sapporo Station.
    Its one-way fare is about 1,000 yen for 1 person.
From Sapporo Station,
  • you can Walk to Hokkaido University.
    It takes only 7 mins.

  • Taxi is available. It takes about 5 mins.
    The fare is about 700 yen.
For any other options, see the website of Hokkaido University.
Access to Hokkaido Univ.

About Sapporo

Sapporo is the fourth-largest city in Japan by population, and the largest city on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido. Located in Ishikari Subprefecture, it is the capital of Hokkaido Prefecture, and an ordinance-designated city of Japan.
Sapporo is known outside Japan for having hosted the 1972 Winter Olympics, the first ever held in Asia, and for the city's annual Yuki Matsuri, internationally referred to as the Sapporo Snow Festival, which draws more than 2 million tourists from around the world. The city is also home to Sapporo Brewery and the famous white chocolate biscuits called Shiroi Koibito.
(This is an excerpt from Wikipadia.)

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