Venue & Hospitality

Welcome to the Official Attendee Housing Site for the 5th World Congress on Frontiers in Cancer Research and Therapy scheduled at Kyoto, Japan Accommodations will be provided at
Conference Venue Kyoto, Japan

Conference Dates: August 24-25, 2020

Hotel Services & Amenities

  • Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
  • Business Center.
  • Business Phone Service.
  • Complimentary Printing Service.
  • Express Mail.
  • Fax.
  • Meeting Rooms.
  • Office Rental.
  • Photo Copying Service.
  • Secretarial Service.
  • Telex.
  • Typewriter.
  • Video Conference.
  • Video Messaging.
  • Video Phone.
  • ATM.
  • Baggage Storage.

Venue Hotel

Venue Hotel

Transportation

About City

Kyoto is former capital of Japan and for more than a thousand years the centre of traditional Japanese culture and is still considered the Heart and Soul of traditional Japan. It is located 315 miles southwest of Tokyo and 25 miles east of Osaka. Several of the historic temples and gardens of Kyōto were collectively added as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1994.

Kyoto is a sophisticated blend of the ancient and the modern, an urban environment where museums, four-star restaurants and active entertainment venues flourish alongside temples, small shops and quiet neighbourhoods. Kyoto is what most travellers’ dream of when envisioning Japan. This centre of innovation has a reputation for fostering leading research and the development of high technology firms. Kyoto has the highest percentage of academics per capita in Japan with over 40 universities and 50 research organizations. Most of Japan's Nobel Prizes have been awarded to researchers from Kyoto University.

With a proud cultural heritage and modern goals for the future, Kyoto is absolutely unique in Japan. Kyoto’s highlights include Fushimi Inari Shrine, the Gion geisha district, Arashiyama’s bamboo forest and the historic Higashiyama District. Kyoto is also a culinary centre, and for food lovers there is no better place to begin than “Kyoto’s Kitchen,” the colourful and boisterous Nishiki Market.

The venue for the IVF Health 2020 is Kyoto as per the Suggestions of the Organizing Committee and Editorial Board.

About City

Kyoto is former capital of Japan and for more than a thousand years the centre of traditional Japanese culture and is still considered the Heart and Soul of traditional Japan. It is located 315 miles southwest of Tokyo and 25 miles east of Osaka. Several of the historic temples and gardens of Kyōto were collectively added as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1994.

Kyoto is a sophisticated blend of the ancient and the modern, an urban environment where museums, four-star restaurants and active entertainment venues flourish alongside temples, small shops and quiet neighbourhoods. Kyoto is what most travellers’ dream of when envisioning Japan. This centre of innovation has a reputation for fostering leading research and the development of high technology firms. Kyoto has the highest percentage of academics per capita in Japan with over 40 universities and 50 research organizations. Most of Japan's Nobel Prizes have been awarded to researchers from Kyoto University.

With a proud cultural heritage and modern goals for the future, Kyoto is absolutely unique in Japan. Kyoto’s highlights include Fushimi Inari Shrine, the Gion geisha district, Arashiyama’s bamboo forest and the historic Higashiyama District. Kyoto is also a culinary centre, and for food lovers there is no better place to begin than “Kyoto’s Kitchen,” the colourful and boisterous Nishiki Market.

The venue for the IVF Health 2020 is Kyoto as per the Suggestions of the Organizing Committee and Editorial Board.

About City

Kyoto is former capital of Japan and for more than a thousand years the centre of traditional Japanese culture and is still considered the Heart and Soul of traditional Japan. It is located 315 miles southwest of Tokyo and 25 miles east of Osaka. Several of the historic temples and gardens of Kyōto were collectively added as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1994.

Kyoto is a sophisticated blend of the ancient and the modern, an urban environment where museums, four-star restaurants and active entertainment venues flourish alongside temples, small shops and quiet neighbourhoods. Kyoto is what most travellers’ dream of when envisioning Japan. This centre of innovation has a reputation for fostering leading research and the development of high technology firms. Kyoto has the highest percentage of academics per capita in Japan with over 40 universities and 50 research organizations. Most of Japan's Nobel Prizes have been awarded to researchers from Kyoto University.

With a proud cultural heritage and modern goals for the future, Kyoto is absolutely unique in Japan. Kyoto’s highlights include Fushimi Inari Shrine, the Gion geisha district, Arashiyama’s bamboo forest and the historic Higashiyama District. Kyoto is also a culinary centre, and for food lovers there is no better place to begin than “Kyoto’s Kitchen,” the colourful and boisterous Nishiki Market.

The venue for the IVF Health 2020 is Kyoto as per the Suggestions of the Organizing Committee and Editorial Board.

 

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