Cookie Policy

To use this website, you must consent to the use of cookies in accordance with this policy.

1.What are cookies?

Cookies are small pieces of data, stored in text files, that are stored on your device (your personal computer or mobile device) to collect your browsing experience.
When you visit our website, we may automatically collect information from you through cookies or similar technologies.
First party cookies are cookies set by the website you’re visiting. Only that website can read them. In addition, a website might potentially use external services, which also set their own cookies, known as third-party cookies.
Persistent cookies are cookies saved on your computer and that are not deleted automatically when you quit your browser, unlike a session cookie, which is deleted when you quit your browser.

2.Why we use cookies

When you visit our website, cookies collect data on your visits to our website and other activities, and enable you to move between web pages efficiently.

There is no direct adverse effect on your device.

By using cookies, we can provide information that suits our users by measuring the number of impressions of content, the number of impressions of advertisements, and the number of clicks.

Even if you use cookies, we cannot identify the information about your name, e-mail address, device, etc.

In addition, we may use third-party cookies to understand the access status of each web page.
It is also possible for users to refuse the consent of cookies by operating the browser settings themselves.
Even in that case, it will not cause a big hindrance to browsing this site.

3.Tools Used, Information Collected and Purpose of Use

Google Analytics

  • Tool provider: Google Inc.
  • Information collected: Usage status of the site (access status, traffic, routing, etc.)
  • Purpose of use: To improve the usability and the site
  • There are cases where notifications (advertisements) are distributed to viewers who have visited the site in the past when they visit specific pages.

Google Inc. also collects and uses information on the user's site usage.

For details, please refer to the following sites:

For the privacy policy of Google Inc., please refer to the following site.

Information on Google Analytics can also be obtained from the following site.

Help on analyticsPrivacy and security of dataProtection of data

Cookies obtained

This site obtains the following cookies for access analysis.

Use for advertisements

This site distributes notifications (advertisements) to users who have visited the site in the past, when they visit specific pages through the use of an ad service (display advertising/ remarketing/ retargeting functions) from advertisement distributors including Google. For those distributions, we use cookies to obtain information on the history of visits to this site.

If you do not want these kinds of notifications (advertisements), please delete or disable the cookie that has been stored on the device through the "how to disable cookies and similar technologies" instructions described below.

If you change your browser, delete the cookie or change to a new device, you may need to adjust the setting again.

How to delete or disable cookies and similar technologies

(1)How to delete all cookies

The cookies saved on the user’s device are kept there unless the user intentionally deletes them or until they expire.

Most of the popular browsers activate cookies by default, however it is possible for the user to delete cookies on their browser.

Please refer to the following links on how to delete cookies in the browsers listed below:

(2)How to disable/enable Google Analytics cookies on a site-by-site basis

A user can disable/enable cookies for Google Analytics (a service for analyzing usage status on the user’s site) on a site-by-site basis with the following link buttons.

However, please be informed that the user will need to set cookies settings for both the [1] and [2] sites as the MICE@TOKYO metaverse sites are structured with two different domains.

(3)A cookie for advertisement distribution

A user can disable the cookie for advertisement distribution function by opting out. Click one of the links below.

However, the user will need to repeat the opt-out procedure when changing the browser or disabling a cookie.

(4)Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on

The user can decline tracking of Google Analytics by using the Google Analytics opt-out add-on.

The Google Analytics opt-out add-on is a function for the user of the site to disable the use of data by JavaScript. To use the function, download the add-on and install it in your browser.

This cookie policy may be updated.

Last modified: February 19, 2024