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Central Japan International Airport (NGO) to Nagoya city center

Train

Centrair (Central Japan International Airport Station) to Nagoya Station
■the Meitetsu Airport Express Train "μ-SKY"

Time required Fare Operating hours
Approx. 30 minutes 1,230 yen Weekdays 7:03-22:07
Sat./Sun./Public Holidays 7:13-22:07

■Limited Express

Time required Fare Operating hours
Approx. 35 minutes 870 yen Weekdays 9:17-23:31
Sat./Sun./Public Holidays 9:51-23:31

Bus

Centrair (Central Japan International Airport Station) to Nagoya city center
■Meitetsu Bus Center (Centrair Limousine)

Time required Fare Operating hours
About 35-55 min.
(depending on traffic conditions)
1,200 yen 9:15-22:15

Taxi

Centrair (Central Japan International Airport Station) to Nagoya Station

Time required Fare Operating hours
Approx. 55 minutes Mid-sized taxi: 16,000 yen
Jumbo: 20,500 yen (transit fee: 2,210 yen)
24 hours

High-speed ship

Daily operation to and from Tsu and Matsusaka in Mie Prefecture.
Centrair (Central Japan International Airport Station) to Tsu (Nagisa-machi)

Time required Fare Operating hours
Approx. 45 minutes 2,470 yen 6:00-21:00 (13 departures a day)

Centrair (Central Japan International Airport Station) to Matsusaka *Via Tsu (Nagisa-machi)

Time required Fare Operating hours
About 68-75 min. 2,780 yen 5:30-17:30 (4 departures a day)

City Information

Nagoya is a city located in the west of Aichi Prefecture in the Chubu region. It is the center of the Chubu economy and has a population of 2,304,546 (as of September 1, 2016). It is third after Tokyo and Osaka in metropolis population rank. The climate in Nagoya is said to be milder than other places, but the humidity often reaches above 70% in summer, creating a very hot and humid climate. Meanwhile, a cold seasonal wind called "Ibuki Oroshi" blows across the city in winter, resulting in a harsh cold that season.
Nagoya was at a midpoint between Edo and Kyoto/Osaka and had been developed as a key transportation point since long ago. In the Edo period, the Tokugawa clan used its power to build Nagoya Castle, and all types of artisans gathered in the castle town honing their skills and competing with one another. The craftsmanship spirit of the artisans has been passed down to the present and Nagoya continues to develop as an industry city with the automotive industry, aerospace industry, and others.

An essential place in Nagoya with its wealth of historical sightseeing spots is Nagoya Castle with its trademark gold shachihoko ornaments. The tower and Honmaru palace were destroyed by air raids in the war in 1945, but the tower was rebuilt in 1959. The Honmaru palace is currently being restored and is scheduled for completion in 2018. Atsuta Jingu shrine that receives nearly 6.5 million visitors a year enshrines the Kusanagi no Tsurugi sword that is one of three sacred treasures. It has been called Atsuta-san since long ago, and is well-known to both locals and people from all over the country.
Aside from famous historical sightseeing spots, it also has many facilities for families to enjoy, such as SCMaglev and Railway Park that exhibits shinkansens (bullet trains), a superconducting linear motor car, and other trains and the Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium that displays killer whales, dolphins, seals, and other sea animals with a theme of "A Journey Spanning 3.5 Billion Years."

Also, no trip to Nagoya is complete without "Nagoya-meshi" (Nagoya-style cuisine) such as miso katsu (miso-topped deep-fried cutlet), miso-nikomi udon (udon noodles cooked in a broth containing miso paste), and hitsumabushi (grilled eel on rice). Nagoya-meshi developed within a unique dietary culture that differs from that of both Tokyo and Osaka. It is characterized by an eating style of making additions or changes to traditional foods, and, as you can tell from the frequent use of Hatcho miso, the dishes are often strongly flavored. Aside from miso-katsu, miso-nikomi udon, and hitsumabushi, there is a wide variety of other foods, such as tenmusu (rice balls with tempura fillings), kishimen (flat noodles), tebasaki (fried chicken wings), ogura toast (toast topped with red bean paste), and Taiwan ramen (spicy ramen). It is hard to choose what to eat from among all the different types of Nagoya-meshi. Keep close watch on the ever-changing Nagoya-meshi.

Nagoya Castle (shachihoko) picture

Nagoya Castle (shachihoko)

Miso katsu picture

Miso katsu

*Sample image

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