The 12th IAASS conference will take place in Osaka, at Obic Hall, located in the Midosuji building.
Osaka has a rich history and culture, and the popular sites of Osaka Castle and Dotonbori are just two of the countless traditional and modern cultural attractions that make up the city’s tourism sites. Moreover, Osaka boasts a food culture so extensive that it is known as the place where you “eat till you drop!”
Osaka is also famous for the warmhearted locals, who enthusiastically welcome visitors from overseas.With a history of more than 1,500 years, Osaka has long been a bustling merchant city and is today filled with rich historical and cultural sites.
Obic Hall - Foyer, floor 2F
Address Obic Hall
Obic Midosuji Building
Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka
Obic Hall is centrally located, near the Midosuji metro line (3 minutes walking distance)
How to reach Obic Hall
Directly connected to the Osaka Metro Midosuji Line from Shin-Osaka Station on the Shinkansen.
Osaka Metro Midosuji Line "Yodoyabashi" Station: About 3 minutes on foot
Osaka Metro Midosuji Line / Chuo Line "Honmachi" Station: About 4 minutes on foot
Keihan Railway Keihan Main Line Yodoyabashi Station: About 7 minutes on foot