How do I get to the venue?

In Tokyo, the venue is called the Ryogoku Kokugikan. It is located within walking distance from Ryogoku Station (1 minute from west exit) on the JR Chuo-Sobu line, and Ryogoku subway station (8 minutes from exit A4) on the Toei Oedo line. If you want more help with the train, including directions from any station, we highly recommend this useful website . Google map

In Osaka, the venue is called the Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium, also known as Edion Arena. It is located within walking distance from JR-Namba Station (800m), Namba(Nankai) Station (250m from South Exit), Osaka-Namba Station (600m) and Namba(Subway) Station (350m from Exit 5). If you want more help with the train, including directions from any station, we highly recommend this useful website . Google map

In Nagoya, the venue is called the Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium, also known as Dolphins Arena. It is located within walking distance from Shiyakusho Station (Exit 7) on the Meijo Subway Line. If you want more help with the train, including directions from any station, we highly recommend this useful website . Google map

In Fukuoka (Kyushu), the venue is called the Fukuoka Kokusai Center. You can get there by a short bus ride from Hakata Station (bus #88 or #99 from stop E), Tenjin Station (bus #80 from stop 2A) or a 10-15 minute walk from Gofukumachi(Fukuoka) Station (go out Exit 3, then go straight until you see the venue). If you want more help with the train, including directions from any station, we highly recommend this useful website . Google map