CSI Focus LAA & PFO 2022

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One place for all relevant information regarding your visit in Japan in March 2022, from accommodation to public transportation.


Kanda Myoujin Hall

Sotokanda, 2 Chome−16−2 神田明神文化交流館2F, Chiyoda City,

 〒101-0021 Tokyo


Kanda Myoujin Hall is part of the EDOCCO Edo Culture Complex, which is situated in the area of the Kanda Myoujin Shrine.

Kanda Myoujin Shrine was founded in year 730 near the present-day Otemachi area and has a history of nearly 1,300 years. The Shrine is said to have once protected the whole of Edo (old Tokyo) from harm. These days, this shrine is   a popular spot, and many people come to pray for business prosperity and good luck.

For more information please visit the Kanda Myoujin website and view a video here

  • Accommodation

    More information about the accommodation options close to the Kanda Myoujin Hall you will find here


  • Transportation

    Getting there and around

    There are 5 ways to get from Tokyo Main Station to Kanda Myoujin Shrine by train, subway, bus, taxi or foot.

    Ochanomizu Station on the JR Chuo Line, JR Sobu Line and Marunouchi Subway Line is the closest station. It can be reached by JR Chuo Line from Tokyo Station in five minutes or from Shinjuku Station in ten minutes. More information about the other options and prices you will find here and overview of JP and Tokyo Metro below:

    Chuo Line / Sobu Line :

    5-minute walk from Ochanomizu Station (Hijiribashi Exit)


    Keihin Tohoku Line / Yamanote Line :

    7-minute walk from Akihabara Station (Electric Town Exit)


    Marunouchi Line :

    5-minute walk from Ochanomizu Station (Exit 1)


    Chiyoda Line :

    5-minute walk from Shin-Ochanomizu Station (Exit B1)


    Ginza Line :

    5-minute walk from Suehirocho Station


    Hibiya Line :

    7-minute walk from Akihabara Station


    Paid parking is available with space limited. Go through the torii gate in front of the shrine, follow the road, and enter the parking lot through the side gate to the left of the Zuishin-mon.

  • Visas

    More information about visa requirements and the application process you will find here

  • Invitation letter

    In our registration system we provide the option to request for an invitation letter, after payment has been made. Please ensure that all mandatory fields are filled. Kindly note, it should be understood that the letter of invitation is meant to help members obtain a visa and is not a commitment on the part of the organizers to provide any financial support. The decision to grant a visa be longs solely to the embassy/consulate. Please note, should your application be denied, cme4u/CSI cannot change the decision of the government agency.

Any questions? Please contact:

Miriam Vázquez Frankfurt am Main

+49 (0) 6109–6960761