PVSEC-35 will be held at

Plaza Verde

1-1-4 Ote-machi, Numazu, Shizuoka 410-0801

Access to Numazu

From Airport

International participants will arrive at one of the five airports shown on the right. From these airports, you will travel to Numazu by train or bus. The fastest and most comfortable way is to take the Shinkansen.

In the case of Narita Airport, you can arrive directly at Numazu by Keisei Bus.
From Haneda Airport, take the Keikyu Airport Line to Shinagawa Station, then take the Shinkansen (Kodama) to Mishima. Change to the local line from Mishima and get off at Numazu Station. You will arrive at Plaza Verde in 3 minutes on foot from Numazu Station.
From Chubu Centrair International Airport, take the Meitetsu Airport Express to Nagoya Station, then take the Shinkansen (Hikari) from Nagoya Station to Mishima Station. Change to the local line from Mishima and get off at Numazu Station.
From Shizuoka Airport, you will need to travel by car.

By Train

Numazu City is conveniently located about 100km from Tokyo and 1 hour by Shinkansen(bullet train), making it easy to access.
Take the Shinkansen (Kodama) from Tokyo to Mishima, then change to a local line. One stop from Mishima to Numazu. From Numazu Station, you will arrive at Plaza Verde in a 3-minute walk.
From Shin-Osaka, take the Shinkansen (Nozomi) to Nagoya and transfer to another Shinkansen (Hikari) at Nagoya. Get off at Mishima and take a local train to Numazu.

Hotel Information

Daiwa Roynet Hotel NUMAZU  (Direct connection to Conference venue)


Check-in: 14:00/ Check-out: 11:00 (am)


1-1-4 Otemachi, Numazu-shi, Shizuoka 410-0801 Japan


+ 81-55-925-8955

Nearest Station

Numazu Station

Access to Hotel

3 minute on foot from Numazu Station

Hotel to Venue

Direct connection to Plaza Verde


River Side Hotel NUMAZU


Check-in: 14:00/ Check-out: 11:00


100-1 Agetsuchi-cho, Numazu, Shizuoka, JAPAN 410-0802



Nearest Station

Numazu Station

Access to Hotel

7 minute on foot from Numazu Station

Hotel to Venue

10 minute on foot


General Information




The average temperature in November is max 18℃ and min 11℃.

Currency & Exchange  The Japanese yen is used throughout the country. It is possible to exchange foreign currency in major airports and banks. 


Electric voltage is uniformly 100 volts, AC, throughout Japan, but with two different cycles: 50 in eastern Japan including Tokyo, and 60 in western Japan including Kyoto, Osaka and Nagoya. Sockets usually accept a two-leg plug only (Type A,

Drinking water

Tap water is drinkable in Japan. Bottled water is also available from the vending machines.

Payment Methods

Credit cards are usually accepted in most restaurants, shops and taxis.

As for QR code payment, it is better to ask the salesperson.


Tipping is not customary in Japan. A service charge is added on the bill generally.


Numazu is an industrial city and regional financial center, and its port is a major center of Shizuoka prefecture's commercial fishing industry. Numazu produces more dried Japanese horse mackerel than any other region in Japan. The city accounts for about half of Japan's total production. Agriculture is dominated by production of mandarin oranges and green tea, with Brussels sprouts, dairy products and rice as secondary products. Numazu is the location of the head office of Suruga Bank, Shizuoka Chuo Bank and Numazu Shinkin Bank.


Numazu is an ancient settlement, mentioned in Nara period records as the original provincial capital of Suruga Province before the separation of Izu Province from Suruga in 680 AD, and subsequent transfer of the provincial capital to the banks of the Abe River in what is now Shizuoka city. During the early part of the Tokugawa shogunate, Numazu was ruled as part of Odawara Domain, but with the construction of Numazu Castle in 1777, it became the separate Numazu Domain. Numazu prospered in the Edo period from its location on the Tōkaidō highway connecting Edo with Kyoto, with Numazu-juku and Hara-juku as two of the 53 post stations.



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