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ISMVL 2020
IEEE International Symposium
on Multiple-Valued Logic
Hitotsuba Shrine  Takachiho Gorge  Mango


The 50th International Symposium on Multiple-Valued Logic will take place from Nov. 9 to 11, 2020 in Miyazaki, Japan. On this page you will find the symposium venue, how to get there, and information about Miyazaki.

Symposium Venue

The symposium including ULSI workshop will take place at

Hotel Merieges

Address: 3-1-11 Tachibana-dori Higashi,
              Miyazaki 880-0805 Japan
Phone: +81 985 26 6666

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Japan How to Get There

The closest airport is Miyazaki Airport. But, this airport has few international connections, and thus Haneda Airport or Narita International Airport is convenient to get to Japan.

Haneda Airport has many domestic flights to Miyazaki Airport. Narita International Airpot also has some domestic flights to Miyazaki Airport. Limousine Bus and Express Train from Narita to Haneda are available.

The Miyazaki airport also has domestic flights from Osaka, Nagoya, and Fukuoka, but the Haneda or Narita Airport would be more convenient because of the number of flights.

Access to Miyazaki

From Miyazaki Airport,
  • Train for Miyazaki Station is recommended.
    It takes about 10 mins to get to Miyazaki Station.
    Its one-way fare is 350 yen for 1 person.

  • Another option is to take Buses for Miyazaki Station.
    It takes about 30 mins to get to Miyazaki Station.
    Its one-way fare is about 440 yen for 1 person.

  • You can take a Taxi, too.
    It is not so expensive, and it can take you to the symposium venue directly.
    It takes about 20 mins to get to the symposium venue.
    Its one-way fare is about 1,600 yen.
From Miyazaki Station, you can Walk to the Symposium Venue. It takes only 10 mins.
Access to Symposium Venue

About Miyazaki

Miyazaki is the capital city of Miyazaki Prefecture on the island of Kyushu in Japan. Located on the coast and crossed by several rivers, Miyazaki City enjoys scenic views of both ocean and nearby, verdant mountains. A popular resort destination for Japanese tourists, the city offers many attractions, including the SeaGaia event center (though the indoor ocean facility is no longer operational), the Phoenix Zoo, and many large hotels and onsens (public baths). The city is the primary shopping destination for eastern Kyushu residents in smaller towns around the prefecture. The city was founded on April 1, 1924. (This is an excerpt from Wikipadia.)

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