Support for international events in an impressive building inspired by the sea
Kitakyushu International Conference Center is the core facility in the International Convention Zone, located in close proximity to JR Kokura Station North Exit.
This innovative building, inspired by a ship’s bridge and choppy waves, was designed by Isozaki Arata, one of Japan’s most world-renowned architects.
The wall facing the sea is made of glass, creating a wide open space that incorporates the maritime scenery. The Main Hall and International Meeting Room are equipped with facilities for simultaneous interpreting in 4 languages.
The center plays host to international conferences and meetings, and its small and medium-sized meeting rooms can be used for other corporate and private events.
There is also a restaurant with ocean views that is open to anyone.
|Street address||3-9-30 Asano, Kokurakita-ku, Kitakyushu|
|access||A 7-minute walk from JR Kokura Station|