Getting there

Delegates are responsible for their travel arrangements and travel costs to and from Nagoya.

 

From Japanese cities by train


Nagoya is well connected to other Japanese cities by high-speed train. Trains to Nagoya Central Station depart frequently from Tokyo, Yokohama, Osaka, and Kyoto.

From Chubu Centrair International Airport (near Nagoya)


By public transport:

  • From the Central Japan International Airport Station (on the 2nd floor of the Airport Access Plaza) take a Meitetsu train on the Tokoname line bound for Nagoya, Gifu or Inuyama.
  • Get off at Jingumae Station and take the Toyokawa line bound for Higashi-Okazaki or Toyohashi. Get off at Zengo Station.
  • Take a taxi or Meitetsu bus to Fujita Health University. The bus takes 15 minutes and costs ¥260 (£1.80), and the destination is written in English on the front of the bus. A taxi takes 10 minutes and costs approximately ¥1000 (£7).
  • Click here for a map of the journey.

By car/taxi:
The journey takes around 40 minutes, and by taxi the average fare is ¥14500 (£100).

 

From Narita International Airport (near Tokyo)


There are several routes to travel from Tokyo to Nagoya, please find below the most straightforward one.

  • From the airport take an express bus (from the 1st floor) or a train (from terminal 1) to Tokyo JR Station.
  • Then take the bullet train (Shinkansen Nozomi or Shinkansen Hikari) bound for Shin-Osaka or Hakata. Get off at JR Nagoya Station. This journey takes 100-110 minutes.
  • At JR Nagoya Station walk to Meitetsu Nagoya Station to take a Meitetsu train bound for Nagoya Toyoake or Toyohashi. Get off at Zengo Station.
  • Take a taxi or Meitetsu bus to Fujita Health University. The bus takes 15 minutes and costs ¥260 (£1.80), and the destination is written in English on the front of the bus. A taxi takes 10 minutes and costs approximately ¥1000 (£7).

 

General information: buses in Nagoya


  • Please board the bus through the rear door.
  • Take a number-printed ticket from the vending machine near the rear door.
  • The fare you pay is proportional to the distance travelled, and you will pay your fare when exiting the bus. Please note that change-makers only accept ¥1000 notes, so bring small change with you.
  • Push the stop button once the bus announces the stop you will be getting off at. If you do not press the button the bus may not stop.
  • Please drop your fare with your number-printed ticket into the clear receptacle near the driver, and exit through the front door.

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