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From Central Japan International Airport (Centrair)
From Tokyo International Airport (Haneda)
From Narita International Airport
From Kansai International Airport
From Central Japan International Airport (Centrair)
The Central Japan International Airport (Centrair) was opened on February 17, 2005. In addition to being the air gateway to the central region of Japan, it is a modern airport that serves as an international hub airport. Touring the buildings at the airport is one of the many things to do in the area. From the windows of the trains on the Meitetsu Line, the tranquil sight of Ise Bay will catch your eye. You’ll also pass through Tokoname, which is famous for ceramics, on the way to Meieki and the heart of Nagoya.

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Meitetsu
In addition to the railroad ticket, a special 350 yen μ-ticket is required to ride the μ-Sky or the first class cars of the Rapid Limited Express and Limited Express trains.
Fees and time required are estimates.

From Tokyo International Airport (Haneda)
From Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) Needless to say, the Tokyo International Airport, which has made its second debut as one of Japan’s international airports, is located in central Tokyo. Going through the world-class modern cities of Tokyo and Yokohama at the heart of Japan, the JR Shinkansen Line to Nagoya is convenient requiring few connections.

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JR ■Airport Bus&JR
Airport Bus&JR
Fees and time required are estimates.

From Narita International Airport
With its large number of international departures and arrivals, the Narita International Airport is the international gateway to Japan. The JR and Keisei lines can be taken to Tokyo. From there, you can get to Nagoya on the JR Shinkansen in less than two hours.

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JR ■Keisei-Narita&JR
Keisei-Narita&JR
Fees and time required are estimates.

From Kansai International Airport
The Kansai International Airport provides the second fastest access to Nagoya among the international airports after the Central Japan International Airport (Centrair). There are many places of interest in the Kansai region along the way, including Wakayama, Kobe, Nara, Osaka and Kyoto. Once you’re on the JR Shinkansen, it’s less than an hour to Nagoya. From the window on the Shinkansen you will be able to enjoy beautiful scenery like Lake Biwa, the largest lake in Japan.

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JR
Fees and time required are estimates.
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