Call for Papers
Please indicate your order of preference in the Application Form and send secretariat by fax or mail before October 31, 2002.
We can also name some other relatively inexpensive hotels in the vicinity of the venue. Please note that since services in English are somewhat limited in these hotels, ISAP i-02 cannot recommend to participants from abroad. This information is provided for people who communicate in Japanese. Those wishing to use these hotels are requested to contact them directly to make reservations. Room rates below are included service charge but not included meals and tax.
As the rates indicated are average charges, and they differ depending on the size and grade of the room, we would ask you to confirm the actual rate with the hotel receptionist when booking. Please note that rooms at the rate you want may sometimes be unavailable
Generally, when applying for a visa, each applicant
is requested to submit some documents. Each country has a different policy for
visa application; therefore, the applicant should ask the Japanese Embassy in
his or her home country if a visa is required and which documents are needed.
The applicant should then inform the registration secretariat (Fax:
+81-3-3423-1601, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) of the documents that are
needed to apply for a visa. After confirming the applicantfs information, the
secretariat will send a Reply Form for Visa Application to him or her directly.
Depending on the country, it will generally take more than three months for the
applicant to obtain a visa. Please bear in mind that the applicant should
prepare for the visa application procedure in advance..