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Site Visit

CHOICE OF TWO EXCELLENT SITE VISITS (OPTIONAL):

When registering you will need to select one of these two. All visits will depart from the New Otani hotel at the conclusion of the conference and the luncheon on Wednesday 9 October, 2019. They are scheduled to return to the hotel by 6:00pm.

Numbers are limited.

TOUR 1: Kansai Science City

Keihanna (officially known as the Kansai Science City) is nestled in the green Keihanna hills stretching over Kyoto, Osaka, and Nara prefectures in Kansai. The city, which has been constructed and maintained under the Kansai Science City Construction Act, is one of Japanʼs national projects – much like the Tsukuba Science City in the east of Japan. Twelve cultural and scientific research districts (about 3,600 ha) scatter the 15,000 ha of land that makes up the Keihanna Science City. It could be an interesting model for those AJBCC members who have an interest in Sydney’s Western Parkland City and Aerotropolis

Further details here.

TOUR 2: Iwatani Research Laboratory and Daikin Technology and Innovation Centre

Iwatani Corporation R&D Centre

Iwatani aims to realize the infrastructure of a hydrogen society using hydrogen as a way of supplying energy for the next generation. Iwatani Hydrogen Station Amagasaki, which was added to the site of the Central Research Institute, opened in July 2014.The station was first commercial hydrogen station for fuel cell vehicles (FCVs).

Download more information here.

Technology and Innovation Centre of Daikin Industries, Ltd.

The Technology and Innovation Centre of DAIKIN aims to create new value based on the world’s best technologies and highly differentiated products.
Since its completion, over 31,000 researchers and engineers from domestic and foreign countries have visited the TIC. The designers are expecting that this state-of-the-art effort will lead to a reduction in environmental impact on a global scale.

Further details here.

Want to join one of the tours?

If you have not already registered please contact Lisa, via the methods on the right.


The professional team at Urban Event Management are available to assist with you with queries relating to:

  • Completion of the online registration form
  • Conference agenda
  • Conference program including social functions
  • General information on the destination

Please contact the team via the methods to the right.

Hotels: If you have queries relating to making or changing accommodation bookings please contact the hotel directly, quoting AJBCC Conference.

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Urban Event Management

Event Manager: Lisa Harrison
Email: lisa@urbaneventmanagement.com.au
Phone: +61 2 8039 3545