The city of Nagoya is easily accessible from both within Japan and without. See below for information when planning your trip to Japan.
Shinkansen (Bullet train):
For delegates already in Japan, Nagoya can be easily reached via Japan’s amazing and efficient rail system. We recommend using hyperdia.com for train times and fees when traveling around Japan.
Tokyo station to Nagoya station: ~100 minutes
Osaka station to Nagoya station: ~55 minutes
Delegates interested in traveling during their time in Japan may be interested in the Japan Rail Pass. This pass provides access to most JR lines for periods of 7, 14 and 21 days. Information on the rail pass and more can be found here.
Centrair is the closest international airport to Nagoya city and is easily accessible by train, bus or car. It has received numerous awards for ‘Best Airport by Size’ and in 2015 is currently ranked as one of the top ten airports in the world by World Airport Awards.
Centrair has also received recognition for its “universal design” that allows ease of access and use for all travelers and incorporates a pleasant overall design.
Narita is the biggest airport in Japan and is located about 45-60 minutes outside of Tokyo City. It handles many international flights from around the world and delegates wishing to fly in to or out of Tokyo can reach Nagoya by rail, bus or airplane. Delegates wishing to travel to Nagoya by bus or train will first need to make their way to Tokyo station.
Kansai airport is located about 45 minutes outside of Osaka city and is accessible by limousine bus and rail lines. Delegates wishing to fly in to or out of Kansai airport can reach Nagoya by rail, bus or airplane. Delegates wishing to travel to Nagoya by bus or train will first need to make their way to Osaka station.
Flying within Japan
For delegates that are arrive early, whether it be another engagement or travel, several budget airlines make for easy travel within Japan for those traveling with lighter loads.