Venue of ICCPB2011

 May 31 - June 5, 2011
 Organized by IACPB, JSCPB and SCJ
 Supported by the COJWE ('70)
 In cooperation with JNTO

 From Nagoya International Airport



    Nagoya Congress Center
      1-1 Atsuta-nishimachi, Atsuta-ku, Nagoya 456-0036
      TEL +81-52-683-7711 FAX +81-52-683-7777

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 ★ Nagoya Congress Center

  ☆ Nagoya Access to Nagoya Congress Center

  ☆ Restaurant Guide around Nagoya Congress Center

  There is no currency change in the venue.
    →Currency Exchange

 ★ Nagoya Information Navi
    Nagoya Convention Visitors Bureau Official Website

  ☆ Where to stay

  ☆ Nagoya Sightseeing Bus "Me-guru"

  ☆ Nagoya Shopping and Dining Guide

Conference Building


Coin Lockers


 Restaurant and Cafeteria at Nagoya Congress Center


Currency Money Exchange Information

The yen (¥) is the currency of Japan and banknotes and coins are identified easily.
There are ¥1,000, ¥2,000, ¥5,000 and ¥10,000 banknotes; and ¥1, ¥5, ¥10, ¥50, ¥100 and ¥500 coins. Cash is the most widely used in Japan. However, major department stores and large hotels major accept credit cards.You can buy yen at Authorized Foreign Exchange banks, major post offices, international airports and other authorized money exchanger hotels and department stores.
See the web:

Hibino Post Office: Currency Money Exchange (USD to Yen), tel: 052-671-4270, 5 min on foot from the venue. See the area pointed with an arrow on map near Hibino Metro Station.

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Money Exchange World Currency Shop
1F Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
Business Hours:Mon-Fri 10:00~19:30、Sat/Sun/Nat’l Hol 10:00~17:00
(in Meitetsu Bus Center MELSA). Shown with a arrow on the map (near Nagoya Station).

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp. (SMBC)
Nagoya Midland Square Foreign Currency Exchange Corner (B1F, Office Tower Entrance)

Nagoya-ekimae Post Office

Travelex Currency Shop Nagoya-ekimae
in Resona Bank Nagoya-ekimae

World Currency Shop Nagoya
(in Nagoya MUFG Plaza, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ) Shown with a arrow on the map (near Skae Station Down Town).

Money Exchange World Currency Shop Nagoya Branch
1F Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
Business Hours:Mon-Ffi9:00~18:00

Money Exchange World Currency Shop Sakae Branch
B1F Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
Business Hours:Mon-Fri 10:00~19:00、Sat/Sun/Nat’l Hol 10:00~17:00

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Exchange Shop
Nagoya Midland Square Foreign Currency Exchange Shop
B1F Nagoya Midland Square TEL:052-562-3331
Business Hours:Mon-Fri 11:00~18:30


Most automated teller machines (ATMs) in Japan do not accept credit, debit or ATM cards issued outside of Japan. The big exception are the ATMs found at the over 21,000 post offices and at 13,000 Seven Bank ATMs throughout the country. ATMs at Post offices are available for this service, but only for those cards the sticker indicates. These ATMs at post office allow you to withdraw cash by foreign Visa, Plus, MasterCard, Euro card, Maestro, Cirrus, American Express, Diners and JCB cards and provide an English user menu.
ATMs at major post offices are typically available weekdays from 7:00 to 21:00 and closed on weekends, some may also open on Saturdays and Sundays. In addition to the ATMs at post offices, small number of international ATMs are located in major department stores, airports and Citibank branches. In order to use international ATMs, make sure that your credit or debit card can be used abroad and that you know its PIN before leaving for Japan. SevenBank accepts Visa, Plus, Master card, Euro card, Maestro, Cirrus, American Express, Diners,JCB card and China UnionPay.
Also, check what fees and daily and/or monthly limits are associated with international withdraws. Seven Bank(in Seven-Eleven stores all over Japan)

Post Service

Mailboxes in Japan are colored red and can easily be found at intersections, in front of train stations, major buildings and public facilities. Post offices are open Mon-Fri 9:00-19:00(9:00-17:00 at some offices); closed on Sat.,Sun. and Holidays.Some post offices may open by 17:00 on weekday, and open on weekends and Holidays.


Japan has a 5% consumption tax which is levied on all goods and services purchased in Japan, including food. In addition to the consumption tax, a 10-15% service charge is added to the bill at most hotels and first-class restaurants.

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