Winter Tech Week provides ETI Members the opportunity for dialogue with leading, Asian OEM’s and the opportunity to learn about new systems and technologies necessary for the development of tools to address the service needs of those systems.

Date & Location

December 3-5, 2019
Hosted at Bosch - Tokyo, Japan

Event Registration

ETI's Tech Week events are restricted to FULL MEMBERS only. Must be current with membership dues.

Registration for Winter Tech Week - Japan is $698 per person.

Spouse / guest registration is $199 per person. This fee includes the spouse/guest of the attendee joining for tours and dinners.
Note: Each person from your company must register separately as they cannot be considered a guest or spouse.

Registration for Winter Tech Week has closed.  Please contact Juli Sweet at with any questions.


Basic Agenda (for travel planning purposes, content subject to change)

Hotel Information

Shibuya Stream Excel Hotel Tokyu
150-0002 3-21-3, Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

This is a new hotel within walking distance to ETI Winter Tech Week, being held at Bosch.  It is located very close to Shibuya Station, providing a short train ride to many popular tourist areas. 

ETI Group - Single Occupancy Rate: 29,700 JPY
ETI Group - Double Occupancy Rate: 37,400 JPY

This rate includes daily breakfast buffet, internet and all taxes.

Important Update: Our ETI room block is full. 

Please contact JTB USA if you still need to make hotel arrangements. They will be able to help you source other nearby accommodations.

To reserve your hotel room:

  • Contact Marie Nakashima:
  • In the event that Marie is not in, you can also reach out to Ms. Sachiko Umeki:

  • Payment will be made by each guest upon check in at the hotel. 
  • Make your reservation before September 27th.

Tour Information

Experience and enjoy the culture of Japan on a tour hosted by ETI on Monday, December 2nd.

This tour will be open to all ETI Winter Tech Week attendees, as well as their registered spouse/guest.

The tour will include:

Imperial Palace - Japan's Imperial family's residence.  Visitors will enjoy a large park area surrounded by moats and massive stone walls.

Tsukiji Outer Market - The largest marketplace in Japan, Tsukiji is busy and bustling even before the sun comes up.  The items lining the outer market are for restaurant businesses as they prepare fresh ingredients for the day's menu. This area has many specialty shops selling seafood and fish eggs as well as kombu (seaweed), dried bonito, groceries, delicacies and more.

Yakatabune Traditional Boat Lunch Cruise -
historically referred to as Japanese pleasure boats— are small ships adorned with lanterns that have over the centuries hosted dinner parties where guests can mingle and socialize over food and drinks. Each boat is furnished with tatami mats and low tables. It first started during the Heian Era (794-1185) and had been a hallmark of ostentatious luxury for feudal lords, samurai warriors and later, wealthy merchants. It opened up to the masses only in the late 19th century.

Asakusa, Sensoji Temple and Nakamise Shopping Street - Tokyo’s most visited tourist destination, known for the great historical site complex and the old downtown atmosphere. One of best attractions of Asakusa is Nakamise, the shopping street which connects the main gate of Sensoji Temple, Kaminarimon Gate, and the main hall. The 250 m approach is lined with numbers of souvenir shops and food stalls and it’s a great spot to try traditional Tokyo’s street food.

Click here for a printable tour schedule (subject to change).


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