五月祭公式ロゴ

Date

2017 May 20th(Sat.)- 21st(Sun.) 9:00-18:00

Venue

the Hongo and the Yayoi Campus of the University of Tokyo

Access

Marunouchi Line

Hongo-sanchome Station

8min. walk from the 2nd exit

Oedo Line

Hongo-sanchome Station

5min. walk from the 3rd, 4th, 5th exit

Namboku Line

Todaimae Station

5min. walk from the 1st exit

Chiyoda Line

Nezu Station

8min. walk from the 1st exit

Access

No Cars

There is no parking area in and around the campus.

Please use public transportation to get the campus.

No Smoking within the Campus

During the May Festival, smoking is prohibited.

Alcohol

During the May Festival, an Alcohol Pass is required to drink or bring in alcohol.

Alcohol Passes are distributed at information centers.

A photo ID is required.

Do not share Alcohol Passes and alcohol with others.

Please be careful of excessive consumption of alcohol.

No Bicycles

If you visited us by bike, please park properly outside the campus, or walk your bike in the campus.

Bicycle parking lots inside the campus cannot be used.

Campus map

Constructing Areas

During the festival, there are places under construction in the campus.

Please be careful and keep away from constructing areas.

Garbage

At the May Festival, we ask visitors to sort garbage at Garbage Stations.

Garbage bins indoors cannot be used.

-Food Scraps

-Chopsticks and Wooden Picks

-Combustible Waste

-Plastics

-Peelable Bowls

-Incombustible Waste

-Plastic Bottles

-Glass Bottles and Cans

-Paper(Documents and Leaflets)

If You Need Any Help

Information Centers

Information Centers are located near gates, squares, and intersections.

At information centers, services including...

-distribution of brochures and flyers,

-lost and found, lost children support

-accessability support

-issuing of Alcohol Passes,

-distribution of rally brochures,

-Let's Celebrate @ May Fes.

-voting for May Fes. Awards

are available.

Staff

If you need help, feel free to ask the staff wearing green HAPPI coats.

Lounges

We have lounges for those who wish to take a rest.

Please feel free to take advantage of them.

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