Access

About 75 minutes by Airport Shuttle Train “Haruka” from Kansai International Airport to Kyoto Station.
About 55 minutes by Limousine bus from Osaka (Itami) Airport to Kyoto Station.
2 hours 15 minutes by Shinkansen (Bullet Train) from Tokyo Station to Kyoto Station.

Easy International Access

Located on the main Shinkansen (Bullet Train) Line, Kyoto is directly accessible from NARITA (Tokyo) , HANEDA (Tokyo) , Centrair (Nagoya) and KANSAI (Osaka) International Airports.

Access Map

Approximate Flight Times to Japan

From Asia
  • Bangkok [ 5hrs ]
  • Beijing [ 1.5hrs ]
  • Busan [ 1hr ]
  • Hong Kong [ 3hrs ]
  • Kuala Lumpur [ 6hrs ]
  • Manila [ 4hrs ]
  • New Delhi [ 8hrs ]
  • Seoul [ 1.5hrs ]
  • Shanghai [ 1.5hrs ]
  • Singapore [ 6hrs ]
  • Taipei [ 2hrs ]
From Oceania
  • Christchurch [ 12hrs ]
  • Sydney [ 10hrs ]
From Europe
  • Amsterdam [ 12hrs ]
  • Frankfurt [ 10hrs ]
  • London [ 11hrs ]
  • Moscow [ 8hrs ]
  • Paris [ 11hrs ]
  • Rome [ 11hrs ]
From Africa
  • Cairo [ 11hrs ]
  • Johannesburg (via Hong Kong) [ 17hrs ]
From Canada
  • Toronto [ 13hrs ]
  • Vancouver [ 8hrs ]
From USA
  • Chicago [ 13hrs ]
  • Los Angeles [ 11hrs ]
  • New York [ 13hrs ]
  • Seattle [ 11hrs ]
  • Washington DC [ 13hrs ]
From South America
  • Sao Paulo (via LA) [ 22hrs ]

From Airport to our Doorstep

Kyoto City Map & Hotels

The modern Kyoto Station serves as a link between Kyoto and the rest of the country.

Kyoto City Map & Hotels

Subway Line

The Kyoto City Subway system is easy to navigate, and is convenient for commuting from hotel to the Conference Center.

Subway Line

ICC Kyoto Area Map

A fully covered wheelchair-friendly tunnel and walkway stretches from the subway to the Conference Center's front doors.

ICC Kyoto Area Map