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With a population of over 35 million inhabitants, the Greater Tokyo Area has a thriving economy making it one of the world's most populated and exciting places. Fusing modernity with tradition, a variety of multi-purpose event venues with top facilities will fulfill meeting planners' needs for exhibitions, board meetings, workshops, training sessions or corporate parties. Narita International Airport is the main airport serving the city and has consistently been rated one the best in the world. From the airport, one can easily connect to central Tokyo Station in under one hour and the Ginza business and shopping district in around 80 minutes via Japan Rail's Narita Express. Alternatively, delegates flying into Haneda airport are a short taxi or shuttle bus ride away from the city center.
Besides being the seat of government offices, Tokyo is one the major global financial hubs, hosting some of the most the significant investment banks and insurance companies, as well as the country's transportation, electronics and media industries. A multitude of leading conference venues can be found in Tokyo, such as Tokyo Conference Center Ariake and Tokyo Conference Center Shinagawa amongst others. Tokyo's high-quality service has regularly been proven: the city welcomed 228 congresses in 2014, which ranks Japan's capital city 6th in the world. In October 2012, the International Monetary Fund & the World Bank Group annual meeting was successfully held raising Tokyo's great reputation as a host city even higher.
For pre- and post-meeting activities, Tokyo offers many museums - the largest being Tokyo National Museum which showcases traditional Japanese art - and unique culinary options - the city has a remarkable 226 Michelin-starred restaurants to its name. The quality and variety of world cuisines and unusual Japanese dishes can make events an unforgettable experience. Meeting planners will find in Tokyo many unique venues suitable for informal events such as cocktail receptions or gala dining at rooftop bars or outdoor terraces with panoramic views.
Narita International Airport is situated in the city of Narita in Chiba Prefecture, about 60 kilometers outside of Tokyo. The most convenient way of travel between Narita Airport and Tokyo Station is the JR Narita Express (NEX) which costs around 3000 yen and is fully covered by the Japan Rail Pass, JR Tokyo Wide Area Pass and some other JR passes. The one way journey takes roughly one hour. Haneda airport is connected to Tokyo (Hamamatsucho station) via the monorail - the ride takes 15 minutes.
TOKYO MASS TRANSIT
Tokyo disposes of 11 mass transit lines: Rinkai Line,  Hanzōmon Line,  Fukutoshin Line,  Hibiya Line,  Ginza Line,  Marunouchi Line,  Marunouchi Line Branch,  Tōzai Line,  Namboku Line,  Yūrakuchō Line and the  Chiyoda Line