Conference Venue

Kanazawa Bunka Hall.
15-1, Takaoka-machi, Kanazawa, 920-0864, Japan

Conference Registration


On or before
September 30, 2017
October 1 -14, 2017 After October 14, 2017 and
on-site registration


JPY 65,000 JPY 75,000 JPY 85,000


JPY 35,000 JPY 40,000 JPY 45,000
Extra Banquet Ticket JPY10,000
Power MEMS School - Standard JPY15,000
Power MEMS School - Student JPY10,000


All fees in Japanese yen. Please use a currency converter such as XE Currency Converter ( to check the fee in you local currency.

Power MEMS 2017 requires that at least one author from each paper is to attend the meeting in Kanazawa to present the paper.
Power MEMS School Fee covers two-day program on November 13 and 14. Please check the Power MEMS School page for more information.

Hotels and Tour Information

November is the high season for tourists in Kanazawa. We have been told the hotel rooms could become scarce during our conference. We advise your to book your hotel early.

Hotels within walking distance from the venue:

Kanazawa New Grand Hotel
4-1 Minamicho, Kanazawa, Ishikawa, 920-8688, Japan

Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel
2-1-1 Korimbo, Kanazawa, Ishikawa, 920-0961, Japan

Hotel Trusty Kanazawa Korinbo
1-2-16 Korinbo, Kanazawa, 920-0961, Japan

ANA Crowne Plaza Kanazawa (Conference Banquet Venue)
16-3 Showa-Machi, Kanazawa, Ishikawa, 920-8518, Japan

Hotel Booking Site managed by JTB

If you are interested in day tour of UNESCO World Heritage sites of Shirakawago and Gokayama, this tour operator offers English language tour

About Kanazawa

Kanazawa Tourism information

Located in the central part of the mainland of Japan, Kanazawa is the prefectural capital of Ishikawa Prefecture. The southeast area of the city faces the mountains and the northwest area faces the Sea of Japan. The main city area is located between the Saigawa River and the Asanogawa River. Kanazawa Castle Park and Kenrokuen Garden (one of the three greatest gardens in Japan) are located in the center of the city, and they are surrounded by several shopping districts (Korinbo, Kata-machi, Musashi, and Kanazawa Station).
Moreover, Kanazawa is a leading tourist city where 8 million tourists visit every year. It was a great castle town ruled by an influential leader from the 17th century to the second half of the 19th century. Kanazawa has not suffered from any war devastation or big natural disasters. Thus, Kanazawa has maintained rows of historical houses and various traditional handicrafts and traditional performing arts.

Travel to Kanazawa

The Hokuriku Shinkansen (a high-speed railway line) that started operation on March 14, 2015 connects Tokyo and Kanazawa in 2.5-3 hours, operating 24 services daily.
The nearest international airport for Kanazawa is Komatsu (KMQ). Komatsu is connected to Tokyo Haneda Airport by 12 flights daily. And there are direct flights from Shanghai, Seoul and Taipei.
Shuttle buses leave from Komatsu airport to Kanazawa Downtown. (It takes about 40 min.)

Tokyo (Narita) (NRT)

1h 15min 1 flight/ day

Tokyo (Haneda) (HND)

1h 12 flights/ day

Seoul (ICN)

2h 3 flights /week (Wed. /Fri. /Sun.)

Shanghai (PVG)

2h 30min 4 flights/week (Mon./ Thu. /Fri. /Sun.)
Taipei (TPE) 2h 50min 1 flight/ day

Travel Options for International Travelers

Option 1: Take a flight to Tokyo Haneda Airport and transfer to domestic flight for Kanazawa Komatsu airport(KMQ).
Option 2: Take a flight to Tokyo Narita Airport and transfer to domestic flight for Kanazawa Komatsu airport(KMQ). (There is only one flight daily connecting Narita to Komatsu.)
Option 3: Take a flight to Haneda or Narita Airport, then travel to Tokyo Station for Hokuriku Shinkansen.

Power MEMS 2017

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