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Download our latest Meeting Planner’s Guide, Makuhari Official Map and TOKYO BAY AREA MICE Guide! Click on the image for a PDF version. It requires the Adobe Acrobat Reader to view. If you do not have the FREE Reader, please download it here.

■CHIBA MICE Guide for Meeting Planners
This comprehensive guidebook provides not only detailed information about MICE facilities in Chiba Prefecture but also about the best support in Japan, offered by the CCB-IC, and the subsidy systems available.

CHIBA MICE Guide for Meeting Planners Contents:
・Why Chiba?
・Access Map
・MICE Facilities at a glance
・Makuhari, Downtown Chiba, Narita, Kisarazu,
 Urayasu Area
・Variety of Attractions
・Best Support in Japan

■MAKUHARI OFFICIAL MAP 2014
The MAKUHARI OFFICIAL MAP is a resource for meeting participants, business people, and tourists who come to Makuhari, Chiba. The Chiba Convention Bureau and International Center has been producing the map since 2002. The map lists restaurants, shops, hotels, banks, and other facilities in the area and also it is easier to see access information. Please make the most of our map when you visit Makuhari!

Full brochure [Contents]
-Folds into a convenient size
-Information on companies, hotels, dinning, shopping,
 parking, and more
-Information on transportation to and around
 JR Kaihimmakuhari Station
-Information on transportation to Narita and Haneda airports
-Easy to understand walking courses for first time visitors

[Format]
-Full color
-Height 17.5cm×Width 10.5 cm
 (unfold: Height 42cm×Width 59.4 cm)

Full brochure
Map only
Map only

■TOKYO BAY AREA MICE Guide
The Chiba Convention Bureau, Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau, and Yokohama Convention & Visitors Bureau have collaborated with the national government’s Visit Japan Campaign (VJC) to produce Chinese and Korean versions of their “Tokyo Bay Area MICE Guide’ brochure, which was first published in English.
We hope to expand our presence in incentive travel markets in China and South Korea and combine our efforts to establish greater branding as an area (i.e. “Tokyo Bay Area”).

Chinese Korean
Chinese Korean