Japan Mid-Semester Module 2011 Handbook Emory University Goizueta Business School Prof. George Easton Corey Dortch Masakazu Ogata Fumi Saishoji Masahide Saito Important Telephone Numbers Index



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Tokyo Tower: Tokyo Tower is a communications and observation tower located in Shiba Park, Minato, Tokyo, Japan. At 332.5 meters (1,091 ft), it is the tallest self-supporting steel structure in the world and the tallest artificial structure in Japan. The structure is an Eiffel Tower-inspired lattice tower that is painted white and international orange to comply with air safety regulations. Built in 1958, the tower's main sources of revenue are tourism and antenna leasing. Over 150 million people have visited the tower since its opening. Foot Town, a 4-story building located directly under the tower, houses museums, restaurants and shops. Departing from here, guests can visit two observation decks. The 2-story Main Observatory is located at 150 meters (492 ft), while the smaller Special Observatory reaches a height of 250 meters (820 ft). The tower acts as a support structure for an antenna. Originally intended for television broadcasting, radio antennas were installed in 1961 and the tower is now used to broadcast both signals for Japanese media outlets such as NHK, TBS and Fuji TV. Japan's planned switch from analog to digital for all television broadcasting by July 2011 is problematic, however. Tokyo Tower's current height is not high enough to adequately support complete terrestrial digital broadcasting to the area. A taller digital broadcasting tower known as Tokyo Sky Tree is currently planned to open in 2011.tokyo tower 20060211.jpg

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Dinner (Provided):

Ryoma Kaido (izakaya-bar): 19:00-21:00

- Address: Shinagawa East One Tower B1

2-16-1 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo

- Tel: 03-5461-9148



Day3: March 3rd (Thu)


Event

Meeting Time & Place

Company Visit to Walt Disney Japan:

9:00 – 11:00

Dress: Business Formal

Meet at the Main Lobby of Shinagawa Prince Hotel at 7:45am

Lunch (Provided):

Lunch Box on board

Company Visit to Nissan:

13:30 – 16:00

Dress: Business Casual




Dinner (Not Provided):





Company Visit to Walt Disney Japan: 9:30 – 11:30

  • Meeting time and Place: Meet at the Main Lobby of Shinagawa Prince Hotel at 8:15am




  • Dress Code: Business Formal




  • Speakers

  • Paul Candland (President, Walt Disney Company Japan)

  • Julio Badin (Managing Director Operations, Walt Disney Attractions Japan)

  • Shawn Montague (Manager Industrial Engineering, Walt Disney Attractions Japan)




  • Company Location:

Walt Disney Company (Japan) (Headquarters)

ARCO Tower, 1-8-1, Shimomeguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo

TEL: 03-5745-2300
Meguro Station

Disney Japan

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Company Visit to Nissan: 13:30 – 16:00


  • Dress Code: Business Casual

Don’t wear shoes with heels higher than 5 cm (2 inch)

You better bring a jacket or something (Wharf might be cold)



  • Company Location

Nissan Oppama plant

1, Natsushima-cho, Yokosuka-shi, Kanagawa

TEL: 046-867-5013

Day4: March 4th (Fri)


Event

Meeting Time & Place

Company Visit to Coca-Cola Japan:

9:30 – 11:30

Dress: Business Formal

Meet at the Main Lobby of Shinagawa Prince Hotel at 8:30am

Lunch (Provided): 12:30-13:30

Syunjyu

Will go directly from Coca-Cola together

Company Visit to NTT docomo:

14:00 – 17:00

Dress: Business Formal

Will go directly from lunch together

Dinner (Not Provided):





Company Visit to Coca-Cola Japan:


  • Meeting time and place: Meet at the Main Lobby of Shinagawa Prince Hotel at 8:30am




  • Dress Code: Business Formal




  • Speakers

Harold Meiji (Senior Vice President, Chief Customer Officer)


  • Company Location:

Coca-Cola Japan (Headquarters)

4-6-3, Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

TEL: 03-5466-8000


Shibuya Station




Coca-Cola Japan
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Lunch (Provided)

Syunjyu: 12:30-13:30

- Address: Sanno Park Tower 27F, 2-11-1, Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

- Tel: 03-3592-5288

Company Visit to NTT docomo:


  • Dress Code: Business Formal




  • Speakers

  • Keijiro (Jiro) Murayama

Senior Manager, Strategy and Planning, Global Business Division, NTT DOCOMO, Inc.

Business:



2009-Present: Senior Manager Strategy and Planning, Global Business Division

2007-2009: Manager, Sales and Marketing Planning Department, Shibuya Branch

2004-2007: Assistant Manager, Strategy and Planning, Global Business Department

2001-2004: Manager, Washington, DC Division (NTT DOCOMO USA)

1993: Joined NTT DOCOMO
Education

1999-2001: MBA, Goizueta Business School, Emory University (GA, USA)

1989-1993: Bachelor of Economics, Sophia University (Tokyo, Japan)


  • Company Location:

NTT docomo (Headquarters)

Sanno Park Tower 27F, 2-11-1, Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

TEL: 03-5156-1154

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Day5: March 5th (Sat)


Event

Meeting Time & Place

Transfer from Tokyo to Kyoto (by Shinkansen, or Bullet Train)

Meet at the Main Lobby of Shinagawa Prince Hotel at 7:45am

Lunch (Provided): 13:00-14:00

Tajimaya

Will go directly together after getting off the train

Kyoto Group Tour:

Will go directly from Lunch together

  • Sanjusangendo

  • Golden Pavilion

  • Kiyomizu Temple

Dinner (Provided): 19:00-

Enkai dinner at Hotel




Leave Hotel & Go to Kyoto: (Nozomi #19 8:57@Tokyo  11:11@Kyoto)


  • Check out by yourselves

  • Leave your luggage at the hotel by 7:30am– the luggage will be sent directly to the hotel in Kyoto

  • Meeting time and place: Meet at the Main Lobby of Shinagawa Prince Hotel at 7:45am.



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Lunch in Kyoto (Provided): 13:30-14:00

Tajimaya (Shabu-Shabu Restaurant)

- Address: Kyoto Yodobashi Building 6F, 590-2 Higashi-shiokoji, Karasumadori-shichijo-sagaru, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto



- Tel: 075-344-2919


Kyoto Group Tour:
Sanjusangendo: Sanjusangendo is the popular name for Rengeo-in, a temple in eastern Kyoto which is famous for its 1001 statues of Kannon, the goddess of mercy. The temple was founded in 1164 and its present structures date from 1266. The main hall, which houses the statues, is with over 100 meters Japan's longest wooden structure. In its center sits one large Kannon, flanked on each side by 500 smaller statues, standing in neat rows side by side, each as tall as a human being.http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:and9gcq-wbbqwqlzdx5bqoljepfzoikjztcas2dvswjjz1rmms3yaksfpteer7eq


Kinkaku-ji Temple (Golden Pavilion): Kinkaku-ji, the “Golden Temple”, is one of Kyoto’s best-known attractions, and is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list since 1994. Kinkaku-ji was originally built in 1397 as a villa for Ashikaga Yoshimitsu (1358 – 1408), third Ashikaga Shogun. It was composed of several buildings, including a replica of the imperial palace’s Shishin-den Hall. 11 years after Yoshimitsu’s death, the villa was converted into a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect, with Muso Kokushi appointed as abbot, following Yoshimitsu’s will. On 2nd July 1950, a 21 year-old monk, and student at Otani University, set fire to the Kinkaku-ji. The temple was burned to the ground, and the young man arrested. He confessed that he wanted to die in the flames. The story was immortalized by writer Mishima Yukio in his novel “The Temple of the Golden Pavillion”. The temple was entirely reconstructed in its original form in 1955, extending the gold-foil covering to the lower floors as well. kinkaku3402cbcropped.jpg

Kiyomizu Temple: Kiyomizudera (“Pure Water Temple”) is one of the most celebrated temples of Japan. It was founded in 780 and remains associated with the Hosso sect, one of the oldest sects within Japanese Buddhism. In 1994, the temple was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites. Kiyomizudera stands in the wooded hills of eastern Kyoto and offers visitors a nice view over the city from its famous wooden terrace. Below the terrace, you can taste the spring water, which gives the temple its name and which is said to have healing power. kiyomizu-dera in kyoto.jpg

Dinner (Provided): Enkai dinner at the Hotel 19:00


Hotel Information:

  • Name: Hatoya Zuihoukaku

  • Address:802, Minamifudo-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto-fu

  • Phone: 075-361-1231


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Day6: March 6th (Sun)


Event

Meeting Time & Place

Free time in Kyoto

Optional tours available




Lunch (Not Provided)




Dinner (Not Provided)





Optional Tours
Hiroshima (full day)

  • Itsukushima shrine, atomic bomb dome

  • You have to go to Hiroshima taking Shinkansen by your own

  • Meet with a tour guide at Hiroshima Station



Maiko & Samurai (AM)

  • Meet with Fumi at the Hotel lobby at 8:00am


Nara (AM)

  • Great Buddha, Kofukuji Temple

  • Meet with Masahide at the Hotel lobby at 8:00am



Sake & Shrine (PM)

  • Meet with Fumi and Masahide at the Hotel lobby at 13:30pm


Day7: March 7th (Mon)


Event

Meeting Time & Place

Transfer from Kyoto to Nagoya (by Bus)

Dress: Business Casual

Meet at the Main Lobby of Hatoya Zuihoukaku at 9:45am

Lunch (Provided):

Lunch box on board

Company Visit to Toyota: 13:15 – 16:30

Dress: Business Casual




Dinner (Provided): 19:00 – 21:00

Tsukasa inside Hotel

Meet at the Main Lobby of Castle Plaza hotel at 18:45am


Leave Hotel & Go to Nagoya by Bus:

  • Check out by yourselves

  • Meeting time and place: Meet at the Main Lobby of Hatoya Zuihoukaku at 9:45am


Lunch (Provided): Lunch box on board
Company Visit to Toyota:

  • Dress Code: Business Casual

Don’t wear shoes with heels higher than 5 cm (2 inch)


  • Company Location:

Toyota Motor Corporation

1 Toyota-Cho, Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture 471-0826 Japan

TEL: 0565-28-2121

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Hotel Information:




地図

Nagoya Station

Dinner (Provided):

Tsukasa(つかさ): 19:00-21:00

- Address: within the hotel property



- Tel: 052-582-2141


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Day8: March 8th (Tue)


Event

Meeting Time & Place

Nagoya Group Tour

Dress: Casual

Meet at the Main Lobby of Castel Plaza at 8:45am

  • Nagoya Castel (incl. Tea ceremony)

Lunch (Provided): 12:00-13:15

Unazen

Will go directly from group tour together

Transfer from Nagoya to Tokyo (by Shinkansen, or Bullet Train)

Will go directly from Lunch together

Alumni Dinner (Provided): 19:30-21:30

Meguro Gajoen

Dress: Formal with name badge

Meet at the Main Lobby of Shinagawa Prince Hotel at 18:45

Night Activity: 10:30-

Alife

Will go directly from Dinner together


Leave Hotel:

  • Check out by yourselves

  • Leave your luggage at the hotel by 8:00am – the luggage will be sent directly to the hotel in Tokyo

  • Meeting time and place: Meet at the Main Lobby of Castle Plaza at 8:45am



Nagoya Group Tour:

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PLUTINUM

(Club)

Nagoya Castle: Nagoya Castle was built in the beginning of the Edo Period for one of the three Tokugawa family branches, the Owari. Consequently, Nagoya developed into an important castle town and ultimately Japan's fourth largest city. The castle was almost completely destroyed in the air raids of 1945. The current ferro-concrete reconstruction dates from 1959. The interior of the castle is now a modern museum displaying the castle's history. The castle park becomes a popular hanami spot during the cherry blossom season.
Lunch (Provided):

Unazen(うな膳): 12:00-13:15

- Address: 1-17-26, Meiekiminami, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi-ken

- Tel: 052-551-5235
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Go back to Tokyo by Shinkansen: Nozomi #26 14:30@Nagoya  16:06@Shinagawa
Check in Shinagawa Prince Hotel
Alumni Dinner (Provided): 19:30-21:30

Meguro Gajoen

- Meet at the Main Lobby of Shinagawa Prince Hotel at 18:45

- Attention: Please bring your Goizueta name badge.

- Address: 1-8-1 Shimomeguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo



- Tel: 03-3491-4111

Meguro Gajoen

Meguro Station
目黒雅叙園

Night Activity (Provided): 10:30-

Alife

  • Address: 1-7-2 Nishiazabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo

  • Tel: 03-5785-2531

  • URL: http://www.e-alife.net/



Roppongi

Station
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Day9: March 9th (Wed)


Event

Meeting Time & Place

Free time in Tokyo

Optional tours available

Please return to the hotel by 19:15.

Dinner (Provided): 19:30-21:30

Shinagawa Prince Hotel






Optional Tour

Tokyo Full-day Bus Tour

  • Shibuya , Meiji Jingu Shrine, Harajuku, National Diet Building , Imperial Palace Plaza , Akihabara, Edo-Tokyo museum, Ameyoko Shopping Arcade

(See the spot details in “4a.Tokyo area guide.” P.29-)

  • Meet with Masahide at the Hotel lobby at 9:15am


Good-bye Dinner (Provided): 19:30-21:30

Shinagawa Prince Hotel

Top of SHINAGAWA (Restaurant)

  • We are going to have a joint birthday party during dinner.



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