International Continence Society back to Tokyo this Fall

International Continence Society back to Tokyo this Fall

More than 2000 specialists from around the world gathered in Tokyo this fall for the International Continence Society (ICS) annual meeting.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG) and Tokyo Convention and Visitors Bureau (TCVB) jointly contributed to the success of the meeting in sponsoring/organizing the welcome desks at the airports, Japanese cultural programs, city tours and the technical visit to be arranged for the overseas participants.

Dr. Adrian WAGG, General Secretary of the ICS highly evaluated the support of the TCVB and commented on the entire meeting: “For the International Continents Society coming to Tokyo was very exciting opportunity for the 1st time since 1997. Clearly a lot has changed since that time and for our international audience Tokyo presents a very excited destination. What is different this time, I think, it is the setting – we have a marvelous setting for the conference and the city itself.

As a result of a survey carried out with the members of International Continents Society about their preferred city to hold the ICS meeting 4 years ago, Tokyo was the most popular city with the high voting by the members.

Tokyo, as a destination, presented some unique challenges for a non-Japanese speaking audience, but we have seen how great the hospitality is and extremely friendly reception, very polite people, very clean and well maintained city.

As far as the International Continents Society meeting goes, the Tokyo Hospitality team staff have been polite, courteous, welcoming and friendly with continuous smile and abundant assistance. I am sure that given a chance the International Continents Society would certainly come to Tokyo again”.

 

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