The Workshop on “Commendable Practices for the Safe, Long-term Operation of Nuclear Reactors - NEA Stress Corrosion Cracking and Cable Ageing Project (SCAP)”

25-26 May 2010, Tokyo, Japan - First Announcement (updated 23 February 2010)


Accommodation and transportation

Many comfortable hotels are available in Tokyo but the Hotel Metropolitan Marunouchi is recommended for the workshop attendees because the local organiser arranges a free special shuttle bus connecting directly between the hotel and the conference place during SCAP Workshop and ISaG2010.

The shuttle bus leaves the hotel at 8:00am every morning and leaves the conference for the hotel every evening after the conference closing.

Hotel information

Hotel Metropolitan Marunouchi is directly connected to Tokyo Station, located a one-minute walk from the Shinkansen Nihonbashi exit, approximately 1 hour away from Narita Airport by Narita Express.

Information of the hotel can be found at:

(Room Rate(breakfast: +1,800(yen)))

Hotel reservation

Reservation can be made via the SCAP secretariat if you send us your requests using following format by the end of April.
(Download: Hotel reservation request form)
Return to: Mr. Akihiro Yamamoto, NEA Nuclear Safety Division, SCAP secretariat
Tel: +33 1 45 24 10 56; E-mail:

Narita Airport to Hotel Metropolitan Marunouchi

Narita Express runs between Narita Airport and Tokyo Station. The Airport Access Information is available on the following web site:

Location of the workshop and ISaG2010 (Takeda hall)

Takeda Hall is located in The University of Tokyo. The campus of the Univsersity is located around 3 km from Tokyo Station. Nearest Stations are Nezu Station of Subway Chiyoda Line (5 minute walk), Todai-mae Station of Subway Namboku Line (10 minute walk) and Hongo-sanchome Station of Subway Marunouchi Line (15 minute walk). The Campus Map is available on the following web sites:


There is no registration fee. The registration desk will be staffed throughout the workshop to assist with general information, travel arrangements, or any other special requirements. Refreshments will be provided during mid-morning and mid-afternoon breaks.


A banquet will be held at "Sanjyo kaikan" (located in the University of Tokyo) from 18:00 on the first day of the workshop (25 May 2010). The banquet fee is free of charge for foreigners and 5,000 Japanese yen for Japanese (to be paid on site).

Last reviewed: 27 October 2010