Asian Pacific Digestive Week
APDW2016

KOBE, Japan
Innovative Approaches to Gastroenterology
November 2-5, 2016
Venuue: Kobe Convention Center
Presidents: Kentaro Sugano , Michio Kaminishi

Travel to Kobe

< KOBE Official Travel Guide : Much Valued Information with Application of "The Special Discount Coupon" for restaurants and other facilities in Kobe City >

The City of Kobe would like to introduce the application to be able to receive some benefits for APDW 2016 participants.

The Special Discount Coupon, of course those are useful at the city restaurants and tourist facilities, also to be valid as additionally access to Kobe City from the main airports, and between the venue and your accommodation.

Please enjoy hospitality of staying in Kobe City!

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APDW 2016 Travel to Kobe (PDF)

The "BAY SHUTTLE" connecting between Kansai International Airport and the Kobe Airport, currently there are offering special discount of embarkation fee for only foreign visitors if presented your passport.

For more information, please refer to this URL.
http://www.kobe-access.jp/en/half/index.html

Please try by all means when you come to Kobe this occasion!!!
(Your Credit cards can be used)


現在、関西国際空港~神戸空港を結ぶ「ベイシャトル」について、外国人を対象として乗船料金の特別割引を行っております。
(パスポートの提示が必要)
http://www.kobe-access.jp/en/half/index.html

神戸にお越しいただく際、是非ご利用ください。


Location

Located almost at the center of Japan's main island of Honshu and facing the Seto Inland Sea, Kobe is the capital of Hyogo Prefecture and Japan's fifth-largest city, with a population of about 1.5 million.



History

Kobe is one of the first towns to open its doors to the West in the late 19th century, it is now a highly cosmopolitan port city with many non-Japanese residents and students from over 100 countries. The Foreign Settlement, first formed with the opening of the Port of Kobe in 1868, played an important role in establishing a stylish and modern atmosphere, and that continues today.

Accessibility