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Transportation

by Air by Railways

Nagoya International Airport (NGO) is served by frequent direct flights from Asia, Europe, and North America. More than 10 Japanese cities are also served from NGO. Tokyo-Narita (NRT), Tokyo-Haneda (HND), and Osaka-Kansai (KIX) airports are conveniently connected to Nagoya by frequent bullet trains (Shinkansen) departing every 10 minutes. Most trains from airports stop at Nagoya Station.

Nagoya is conveniently served by an efficient network of suburban railways, subways, and taxis. It is a 25-minute train ride from Nagoya Station to the Nagoya Congress Center, and 5 to 30 minutes to hotels. Subways are very convenient. There are many taxis and by sharing it is not very expensive.



Light blue, yellow, orange, and white lines are respectively for JR bullet train (Shinkansen), JR local train, private suburban trains, and subway.
The rectangles and circles on the lines are stations.

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by Air : from Central Japan International Airport

Central Japan International Airport "Centrair"
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 | By Meitetsu "Airport express"; about 30 min.; 810 yen (+360 yen for seat reservation fee)
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Kanayama St.
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 | By subway "Meiko Line" or "Maijo Line"; about 3 min.; 200 yen
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Hibino St. or Nishi Takakura St.
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 | By walking; about 5 min.
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Nagoya Congress Center

by Railways: from Nagoya Station

Nagoya St.
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 | By JR "Tokaido Line" or "Chuo Line"; about 4 min.
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Kanayama St.
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 | By subway "Meiko Line" or "Maijo Line"; about 3 min.; 200 yen
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Hibino St. or Nishi Takakura St.
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 | By walking; about 5 min.
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Nagoya Congress Center