My office (3-229) in the Mathematics department, Graduate School of Science building number 3 on the map. Building number 5 on the North Campus Map.
Getting there: Official instructions from the Mathematics department. Instructions from google from JR Kyoto station.
The closest airports are KIX (Osaka Kansai international airport) and ITM (Osaka Itami airport). If you come from abroad, flying to KIX and then taking a train (e.g. JR Haruka to Kyoto station followed by taxi or common transportation), or a door to door shuttle (e.g. this one) are standard solutions. Some people prefer to fly to/from Tokyo (HND Haneda or NRT Narita) as there are more choices of flights. Flying to NGO (Nagoya Chubu Centrair airport) is a fine option too. Although not obvious at first sight, it does not take much longer to reach Kyoto if you land in a Tokyo airport at daytime, thanks to the Japanese bullet train (Shinkansen). In general train tickets do not need to be reserved in advance in Japan. On the other hand, shuttles must be reserved ahead of time and this can be done online.

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Department of Mathematics, Graduate School of Science,
Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502, Japan
Tel: + 81-75-753-3728
京都大学理学研究科数学教室  ブノワ・コリンズ

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