ACM ICN 2016, September 26-28, 2016, Kyoto, Japan.
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3rd ACM Conference on Information-Centric Networking (ICN 2016), Sept. 26-28, 2016


Kyoto is special because it reigned as national capital for more than a 1000 years, which is not only the longest that any city has ruled Japan but also it was the center of activity throughout the formative years when what we now think of as Japanese culture was born, developed and refined. Kyoto is the city where today during your visit you can delve into Japanese history as well as experience the way of living that keeps Kyoto at the forefront of developing emerging technologies.


ACM ICN 2015 will be held at the Westin Miyako Kyoto. We look forward to seeing you and to an interesting and interactive conference.


Kyoto offers a wide variety of accommodation options, catering to all tastes and budgets. The conference has not contracted blocks of rooms at specific hotels, so attendees can make their own arrangements. Some hotels are accessible via public transport like:

The Westin Miyako Kyoto (venue) (approx. JPY 18,000-45,000/person/night)
Kyoto Royal Hotel & SPA (approx. JPY 11,000-15,000/person/night)
Hotel Monterey Kyoto (approx. JPY 8,000-15,000/person/night)
Hearton Hotel Kyoto (approx. JPY 8,000-9,000/person/night)
Hotel Excellence Kyoto Station Hachijo (approx. JPY 5,000/person/night)

Prices are subject to change without notice. The latest and precise information can be found at each web site.


Access to Kyoto

There are 2 candidates to get to Kyoto

  1. KIX / Kansai Intl. airport: preferred
    1. with domestic rail (JR Airport Express Hakutaka) to Kyoto
  2. NRT / Narita international airport or HND / Tokyo (Haneda) international airport
    1. with domestic flight to ITM (Itami (Osaka) airport) or KIX
    2. with domestic rail (Narita express: NEX and Shinkansen: Nozomi) to Kyoto

Access to the Westin Miyako Kyoto from Kyoto station

Approximately 15 minutes by subway (Karasuma/Tozai Line) Located next to Keage station (T09).

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