Nagoya Airfield is located approximately 20 minutes by car from the heart of the city and offers 30 domestic routes.

Chubu International Airport is located 30 minutes to the south of the city by rail or bus services and offers flights to over 40 international destinations.

Nagoya Port is also located 30 minutes from the city center by car or subway. It is Japan’s leading and most active harbor, seeing over 9,500 foreign and 32,900 domestic vessels in 1997.

Nagoya Station offers rail transportation to many locations throughout Japan and is approximately a 1.5 hour trip from Tokyo on the Shinkansen bullet train, and less than an hour ride from Osaka. The Nagoya Railway (Meitetsu) and Kinki Nippon Railway (Kintetsu) also offer access to the city’s suburbs.

Nagoya can also be easily accessed by the Tomei (Tokyo-Nagoya) , Meishin (Nagoya-Kobe), and Higashi Meihan (Nagoya-Osaka) expressways. City transport facilities include subway and bus services as well as the city expressway routes.


(Nagoya International Center)

henri daros

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