Welcome to the Toyokawa IPS Workshop (October 30-31, 2007)

Thank you for the registration for our Workshop in Toyokawa on Oct.30and 31.
Toyokawa city, the site of the Workshop, is located in the central region of Japan, about 2.5 hours from Tokyo or 1.5 hours from Kyoto by JR Shinkansen (the bullet train). The average temperature of Toyokawa during October is 17 deg C (63 F); this is the most beautiful and the most comfortable season in Japan.
Following is the information about access to Toyokawa and the hotel where you will be staying. In order to make the necessary arrangement for your stay in Toyokawa, please read the following, and answer the questions below.

October 30 (Tue) and 31 (Wed), 2007
Toyokawa City Plaza (Toyokawa, Aichi, Japan)
Information of Toyokawa city is available via http://www.city.toyokawa.lg.jp/.
Program and Asbtract:
Revised version:19/10/2007
Access to Toyokawa

We recommend the Central Japan International Airport ("Centrair").

Quality Hotel Toyokawa
Participants DO NOT need to make hotel reservation. We will book rooms for all particpants in this hotel. We will support your stay in Toyokawa from Oct.29-31 including meals. Longer stays and rooms at the above hotel are available at your expense for 7,350 yen for a single room or 12,600 yen for a twin room per night.

Please answer to the following and return this by e-mail (to okaniwa@stelab.nagoya-u.ac.jp).

  1. Are you going to attend the International CAWSES Symposium in Kyoto before coming to the Toyokawa IPS Workshop?
    Yes / No
  2. How many nights are you going to stay? Do you need extra rooms?
    Check in date:____________________
    Check out date:___________________
    Total stays: ______________ nights
    Single: ___________________ rooms
    Twin : ___________________ rooms
    Smoking / No smoking
    Are there any accompanying person(s)?
    Yes / No
    If Yes, how many?

Sponsored by:
Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
University of California at San Diego

Organized by:
Masayoshi Kojima, Munetoshi Tokumaru, Bernard V. Jackson