Venue: Hitotsubashi Hall, The National Center of Sciences Building, 2F, 2-1-2 Hitotsubashi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-8439
The venue is sometimes mistaken for another venue with a similar name in the neighborhood. The correct location is here.
The anniversary meeting will celebrate 30 years of HFSP science and will feature a series of talks by distinguished speakers including four Nobel laureates: Tasuku Honjo (2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine), Jules Hoffmann (2011 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine), Ada Yonath (2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry) and Torsten Wiesel (1981 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine). All four speakers have close connections to HFSP: Profs Honjo, Hoffmann and Yonath are all alumni of the Research Grant program and Torsten Wiesel was Secretary-General from 2000 - 2009.
The 2019 HFSP Nakasone Award ceremony will be another highlight of the meeting and the winner will deliver a short talk (the full HFSP Nakasone Lecture will take place at the Awardees Meeting in Tsukuba).
The meeting will be followed by a reception in the early evening, after which participants of the HFSP Awardees Meeting will be transported by bus to the conference hotels in Tsukuba.
Hitotsubashi Hall is a 5-minute walk from the KKR hotel.
From the Mercure Ginza hotel you can either take a taxi (10 minutes) or the Tokyo metro (30 minutes). Take the Ginza line from Ginza station to Nihonbashi station, change to the Tozai line and take the train to Takebashi station. The venue is 5 minutes’ walk from the station (see map below).