ILP 2015 will take place at the Kyoto University Raku-Yu. Kaikan, University of Kyoto. Main (Yoshida) campus. Rakuyu Kaikan was built in 1925 commemorating the university's 25th anniversary, designed by then Assistant Professor Keiichi Morita of the Department of Architecture , Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University. The tile-roofed two-story reinforced concrete building with a Spanish Mission style exterior, together with interior decorations designed by then Professor Nobuo Moriya from Tokyo Higher School of Arts & Technology well embodies the characteristics of Taisho architecture. In 1998, the building was designated as a registered tangible cultural property of Japan.
Map of the whole city. Map near the site. We recommend that you use taxi.
Access to the conference site (updated)
Rakuyu Kaikan Administration Office, Kyoto University (9:00 ~ 19:00, Tuesday to Saturday)
We have reserved some rooms for participants at following hotels. Please directly phone each hotel number below for inquiries about booking. When you confirm reservation, please be sure to note that you are ILP participant. Vacant rooms are limited. They are subject to availability.
Royal Park Hotel The Kyoto
Phone : +81-75-241-1111
Kyoto Royal Hotel & Spa
Phone : +81-75-223-1234
Hotel Heian no Mori Kyoto
Phone : +81-75-761-3130
Kyoto Tokyu Hotel
Phone : +81-75-341-2411
Hotel Keihan Kyoto
Phone : +81-75-661-0321
KYOTO is like the theme park of Japanese culture and history complete with temples, shrines, World Heritage Sites, traditional Japanese buildings and modern western architectures.
KYOTO has nurtured a rich array of cultural forms during its 1,000-year history as a capital that must not be missed by visitors.
|① Ginkaku-ji Temple||② Honen-in Temple||③ Heian Shrine|
|③ Kodai-ji||④ Kiyomizu Temple||⑤ Sanjusangen-do|
|⑥ Kinkaku-ji||⑦ Ryoan-ji||⑧ Nijo-jo Castle||⑩ Toji Temple|