EducationUSA Tokyo Fall College Fair
※ We will have other information about the “online “ portion of the fair. Please wait for further notice.
Please drop by Harvard's booth at the EducationUSA college fair at Akasaka Intercity Conference Center on Sept 23. Join our alumni volunteers in speaking with Japanese highschoolers interested in attending college in the US.
Date: Friday, September 23 Time: 1:00 PM -4:00 PM
Opening remarks and housekeeping announcement will start at 12:30PM, so please arrive by then. We may arrange a B-to-B event for you to meet with Japanese educational institutions from noon. Please wait for further notice.
Location: AKASAKA INTERCITY CONFERENCE CENTER
Address: 3rd &4th Floor, Akasaka Intercity AIR, 1-8-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0052
Access: Directly connects to the exit 14 of Tameike-sanno Station (G06/N06) on the Tokyo Metro Ginza and Namboku lines, and Kokkai-gijidomae Station (M14/C07) on the Chiyoda and Marunouchi lines.
Location map: https://aicc.tokyo/en/access/
College Fair (The Air) Seminars (The Air)
11:30 AM Open doors for U.S. institutions
11:45 Open doors for seminar participants
12:00 PM 12:00-1:10PMScholarships Information Session
12:30PM Opening remarks & Housekeeping Announcement
1:00PM Open doors for participants Booths open
2:00PM 2:00-3:10PMEnglish Tests Information Session
4:00PM End of program
3. Booth Setup
There will be a table and 2 chairs. (No back panel)
Table size: Approx. 59 inch (150 cm) X 20 inch (50 cm)
There will be NO electrical outlets at the booths.
Free Wi-Fi is available. However, please refrain from downloading heavy data, such as videos, since we have a limited bandwidth.
The backdrops are not allowed to be set up at the booth.
• Please bring all of your materials with you. We are expecting about 200 visitors.
• Please note the number of the visitors may be affected by COVID situation.
• We are unable to accept any mail/package in advance.
• After the fair, participants should take all left-over materials. No shipping service is available at the venue to mail out your materials.
5. Attendees Information:
Due to the Japanese Personal Information Protection Laws, we are restricted from disclosing personal information (name, contact details) of fair attendees to third parties, including participating school representatives, without the individual’s consent. Therefore, please collect their personal information – name, email address, etc. – directly at your booth.
6. Publicity of the Fair
Information regarding the fair is available at https://americancenterjapan.com/event/202209238082/ Please share this information with prospective students in Japan.
7. Cancellation / No show
If you would like to cancel your participation, please let us know ASAP. Last minute cancellations result in a disservice to the participants and inconvenience to the organizers at EducationUSA and U.S. Embassy Tokyo. Please arrive on time and be at the booth until the scheduled closing time.
8. Entry to Japan
It is your responsibility to check information regarding entry into Japan and take necessary action. EducationUSA and US Embassy/Consulates will not assist you in obtaining visas to Japan.
Embassy of Japan in the United States of America
Border measures to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19)
COVID-19: Current Japanese Border Measures https://www.mhlw.go.jp/stf/covid-19/bordercontrol.html
9. Accommodations near the fair venue
The following are a list of accommodations for your reference. Please note that we do not promote or endorse any of the hotels.
・ANA InterContinental, Tokyo https://anaintercontinental-tokyo.jp/en/
・The Capitol Hotel Tokyu, Tokyo https://www.tokyuhotelsjapan.com/global/capitol-h/index.html
・Hotel Okura, Tokyo http://www.hotelokura.co.jp/tokyo/en/
・Hotel Villa Fontaine, - Roppongi https://www.hvf.jp/roppongi/
This event is NOT organized or run by Harvard Club of Japan so please direct all inquiries to the contact points at the followings:
Contact: EducationUSA Tokyo
(POC: Atsuko Ichikawa)
There will be members of our club at the Harvard booth on September 23 offering information and answering questions from students, parents, teachers and others.
Going to college abroad can be a life-changing decision for a Japanese student and help deepen Japan's connections with the rest of the world. Please drop by to see this important recruiting event and perhaps give some advice to young Japanese interested in Harvard and the USA.