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Nagoya Arrival & Information

By Plane.
Domestic and International flights arrive to Nagoya International Airport daily, from there you can take the bus to the Melsa Meitetsu Bus Center, before the Sakura Dori exit of Nagoya train station, for ¥870 ($7.25). There are buses that depart daily for a ride of 30-minutes every 10 minutes from 8:20am to 10:05pm. The real name of Centrair is Central Japan International Airport is located on an artificial island and it opened its doors since 2005.

By JR Train.
The time of arrival from Shinkansen bullet train to the JR Nogaya Station is 2 hours from Tokyo, 40 minutes from Kyoto and one hour from Shin-Osaka Station. The cost from Tokyo Station is ¥10,070 ($84) for an unreserved seat.

By Bus.
From Shinjuku Station in Tokyo, the Chuo Line bus with its cost of ¥5,100 ($43) one-way for the 6-hour trip, with several exits daily. From Osaka, the trip takes just over 3 hours and costs ¥2,900 ($24). From Kyoto, the Tomei Highway Bus costs ¥2,500 ($21) and takes 2 3/4 hours.

Before of the exit from Tokyo, Kyoto, or Narita or Kansai international airports, you should go to the Tourist Information Center for a brochure of 'Nagoya and Vicinity', which provides a city map and transportation and tourist information. When you are on the Nagoya Station, you can acquire a map and the Nagoya Visitors Guide at the Nagoya Tourist Information Center (Phone. 052 541-4301; open daily 9am-7pm) in the central concourse, opposite the Central exit wickets of the JR Line; look for the sign (?) and JR signs.

If you want more detailed information about Nagoya, you should walk 10 minutes from Nagoya Station's Central exit straight down Sakura Dori to the Nagoya International Center on the third floor of the Nagoya International Center Building, 1-47-1 Nagono Phone: (052) 581-0100; this center is open Tues-Sat 9am-8:30pm, Sun and holidays 9am-5pm; closed 2nd Sun in Feb and Aug). This facility is the best option for foreign visitors and residents, with an English-speaking staff, a lounge area with a TV featuring CNN newscasts, Internet access, and good information about the city, including the free monthly publications Nagoya Calendar and Avenues.

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