Events held in the past
Main Examples of Academic Conferences and International Meetings Held in Kagawa
|Event Title||Time Period||Number of Participants|
|2018 joint 14th iCACGP Symposium and 15th IGAC Science Conference||2018/09/25-29||733 people, including 533 people from abroad|
|Fourth Asia Pacific Corpus Linguistics Conference (APCLC 2018)||2018/09/16～20||152 people, including 82 people from abroad|
|The 71st Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of National Medical Services||2017/11/10-11||5,990 people|
|2017 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation||2017/08/06-09||458 people, including 364 people from abroad|
|The 8th Annual Conference of Japan Primary Care Association||2017/05/12-14||4,667 people|
|G7 ICT Ministers' Meeting in Takamatsu,Kagawa||2016/04/29-30||160 people
(G7, EU, ITU, OECD)
|The 32nd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Association for Chest Surgery||2015/05/14-15||1,993 people|
The G7 ICT Ministers' Meeting
Date & Venue
Kagawa International Hall, Takamatsu City, Kagawa Prefecture
【Decision by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications in coordination with each country】
(1) Innovation and economic growth
(2) Ensuring the free circulation of information and the safety and security in cyberspace
(3) Resolution of global issues and digital connectivity
(4) Future of ICT strategies and international cooperation
Outcomes of the G7 ICT Ministers' Meeting in Takamatsu, Kagawa
During the meeting, there was vigorous discussion on such topics as promoting economic growth and ensuring security in a society in which IoT, AI and other new ICT are becoming widespread. As a result, three outcome documents were adopted, the Charter, the Joint Declaration and the G7 Opportunities for Collaboration (annexed to the Joint Declaration), which summarized the fundamental principles and action agenda for achieving a "digitally connected world" in which everyone and everything is connected globally. The G7, which shares fundamental values such as freedom and democracy, issued a message of unity to the world.
Stage of the G7 ICT Ministers' Meeting
Kagawa International Hall
With their open-design facades, the Conference Hall and the VIP Room also afford sweeping views of stunning green islands woven against the blue waters of the Seto Inland Sea.
Small Hall 1, Sunport Hall Takamatsu
The hall's 300 seats are configured on an incline making it easy for the audience to view the stage, and creating a space in which there is an increased sense of unity between the stage and the auditorium-between the creator and the audience.
Small Hall 2, Sunport Hall Takamatsu
Decks Galleria, Sunport Takamatsu
Ritsurin Garden Commerce and Industry Promotion Hall
The Photo Gallery presents a selection of images from the G7 ICT Ministers' Meeting in Takamatsu, Kagawa
as well as from the Welcome Reception and related events.
Schedule & Venues for the Ministers' Meeting and Related Meetings
G7 ICT Ministers' Meeting (Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications website)