Nagoya, located in the heart of the country’s main island of Honshu, is Japan’s fourth most populous city. Nagoya is known for its rich history, unique culture, and impressive modern architecture. The city centre is home to many of Nagoya’s top tourist attractions, including the iconic Nagoya Castle, the Osu Kannon Temple, and the bustling Sakae district.
So when landing at Nagoya International Airport (NGO), if you want to get to the city centre, several transport options are available; you can take a taxi, the train or the bus. Travelling by taxi or private transfer is the easiest and most comfortable way, taking 45 minutes to reach downtown. The fastest option is to take the airport train, which directly connects Chubu Airport to the Nagoya centre in just 30 minutes. Alternatively, several bus services run between the airport and various points in the city centre, with journey times ranging from 1 hour to 1 hour 30 minutes.Welcome Pickups offers meet and greet services and a friendly introduction to Nagoya at the same price as a regular taxi. Click here to see the cost.