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The Tokyo Megalopolis Region, or Greater Tokyo Area, is made up of Tokyo and the three neighboring prefectures of Saitama, Kanagawa, and Chiba. This area is home to around 28% of Japan’s total population. The National Capital Region is made up of Tokyo and the seven surrounding prefectures of Saitama, Kanagawa, Chiba, Gunma, Tochigi, Ibaraki, and Yamanashi.

OMICS Group International will be planning to organize conferences in Tokyo in the near future. OMICS Group is an associate of Open Access publications and worldwide international science conferences and events. OMICS group features 350 Open Access journals with 21 days rapid review process involving 30,000 editorial team members with 3 Million readers.

With a view to share the knowledge and research, OMICS group organizes about 100 International conferences with well-organized workshops, events and symposia every year which includes renowned speakers and scientist across the globe. From software engineers to biotechnologists, from corporate CTOs to academic researchers and from students to post-doctoral fellowships, these conferences play a major part in the development of communities for research and technology professionals. 

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Conferences may also include workshops, round tables, B2B meetings or panel discussions. These smaller symposia tend to be focused on a particular aspect of the research, rather than a broad overview of the topic. As time allows, these smaller workshops and discussions may be held one session at a time or in parallel, with several sessions being conducted in separate venues within the Tokyo conference site.

Symposia presentations are usually brief, concise, and topic-intense. A presenter may speak for 15 to 20 minutes, after which an open discussion takes place. An academic conference may have keynote speakers. Frequently, these speakers are well known and highly respected scholars. Their presentations, or keynote addresses, tend to last much longer, sometimes up to 45 minutes, especially if several of these keynote speakers comprise a panel.

The presenters are not necessarily academics; however, many conferences at Tokyo symposia are attended by scientists, professors, and other learned participants. Most symposia or academic conferences are organized by people with a common interest in the research of a particular subject. The conferences at Tokyo may involve a scientific society or a group of researchers. The meeting is usually declared by a Call for Abstracts or Call for Papers. The conference topics are listed and prospective presenters are instructed on the proper procedure for submitting their research papers or abstracts.

There is generally a social aspect to symposia. Receptions, dinners, tours of nearby points of interest, or sporting events may be a part of the overall conference. In Ancient Greece, a symposium was broadly defined as a drinking party, where quantities of wine or other alcoholic drinks and rich foods were consumed by learned men. Short speeches were expected from each of the participants in the symposium. Over time, these drinking parties evolved into academic conferences as they are recognized today; however, the social aspect still plays a role in most. Frequently, an academic conference includes an honor dinner where awards and accolades are presented to worthy scholars and researchers.

Visiting places in Tokyo

Tokyo is a marvelous mix of modern living and old-fashioned manners, slick high-tech gadgets and cutesy cartoon mascots. It is terribly crowded, yet can be strangely quiet. It is home to the understated, and the wacky, and you often find them right next to each other on the sidewalk. That is the beauty of this pretty city, and the fabulous food and unparalleled mass transit system. There are shrines and stone lanterns and other traces of old Japan scattered among the skyscrapers, swanky shopping malls and hole-in-the-wall noodle shops. The trick is to sample it all, to visit the serene garden and the massive office tower with a sky deck. Here\'s how to see the loveliest and liveliest sides of Tokyo in a day or two.

Shinjuku
The railway station of Shinjuku is particularly big. It serves above 4 million people. Shinjuku is a very busy area through all day long. At night the neons that brighten shiny colors that makes it looks glow.

Harajuku

This area gets alive during the weekend when all the young people go out to the city in order to be seen. The fashion there is the last word and there is no end to the styles of haircuts, clothes and costumes they wear, they are aware of their exclusiveness and pleased when tourists stop them to take photographs. It is worth to visit the Temple Meiji

Shibuya
It is a Meeting place and is popular among the younger people of Tokyo combination of stores, Boutiques cafes and restaurant. Next to the station there is the famous sculpture of the dog Hachiko, a favorite meeting place among everybody in the city. Aoyama is also a nice place full of stores designers and cafes in Parisian style.

Roppongi
One of the most popular night lives are a great deal of bars, pubs and restaurant. It is a famous meeting place among tourists and foreign residents.The Hard Rock Cafe is located there.

Ginza
Looks a little like fifth eve. In Ginza are the most expensive stores, boutiques, restaurants and cafes.

Hibya & yurakuchi
There you can visit one of the oldest department stores in Japan, Mitsokoshi beside it, you can also see one of the biggest and modest Stores Takashimaya.

The Asia and Pacific region can proudly claim long and distinguished connections with major achievements in science and technology. Some countries in the region were the pioneers in several fields of science and technology centuries ago. The region gave the world scientific discoveries in the fields of mathematics and astronomy, as well as technological inventions such as paper, printing and gunpowder - key materials in the unfolding of history and civilization. Centuries later, however, the scientific and technological dynamism of the region gradually faded, leaving it a backwater with regard to the development of new inventions and of a scientific culture. Once again in recent years, there has been a notable resurgence of science and technology in many countries, though not in all. It is thus the primary objective of the conference to stimulate the development of science and technology in all countries of the region, building further and more speedily on the advances that have already been made in the last three to four decades. Tokyo is indeed the most appropriate venue in the region for parliamentarians to consider these issues, as the city is symbolic of a nation which has reached the pinnacle of scientific and technological achievement.