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Tottori Prefecture is situated in the northern region of Western Japan, facing the Sea of Japan, and Yonago City is located in the west side of Tottori Prefecture, and is between Maunt Daisen and Sakaiminato, the largest fishing port for Matsuba-gani crab in Japan and the main port to connect with Korea and Russia.
Yonago plays a key role as a transportation hub in the northern region of Western Japan, to connect Okayama, Tottori, Sakaiminato and Matsue.
There are also many tourist spots such as Kitaro-road, Kaike Onsen hot spring and Tottori Hanakairo Flower Park.
By Plane
Yonago Airport ▶
The closest airport terminal to the venue is Yonago Airport. For attendess from Nagoya, Osaka, Sendai, Fukuoka and Shizuoka, Izumo Airport will be convenient.
For detailed and further flight information, please refer to the airport website.

To get to Yonago from Izumo Airport, please take a shuttle bus to Matsue Station, and then take a local train to Yonago station.
By Train
JR Hakubi Line,Sanin Honsen Line and Sakai Line run Yonago station. Hakubi Line leads to Okayama, and Sanin Honsen Line connects to Matsue and Tottori city.
By Car
From Yonago IC, Yonago Expressway, it will take about 5 minutes to the vemue.
BIG SHIP Parking in front of the venue is available (Please bring a parking ticket to the general information desk during the meeting).
By Ferry (From/to Korea)
There is a regular car ferry, DBS Cruise Ferry, between Sakaiminato port and Donghae port.
The ferry leaves every Thursday evening, 17:30, from Donghae to arrive at Sakaiminato at 9:00 on Friday, and leaves every Saturday night, 19:00, from Sakaiminato for Donghae and arrives at Donghae at 9:30 on Sunday.
DBS Cruise Ferry>>>
Yonago Culture Hall
293 Suehiro-cho, Yonago, Tottori 683-0043, JAPAN
TEL +81-859-35-4171 FAX +81-859-35-4175
Secretariat Division of Urology, Faculty of Medicine, Tottori University  86 Nishi-cho, Yonago, Tottori 683-8503, JAPAN
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