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Lost & Found at Nagoya Station

There is a Lost and Found Office on the north side of the Central Walkway which is just across from the Tourist Information Center

The Lost & Found Office

Nagoya Station Lockers and Luggage Storage

Most of the station’s coin lockers can be found on the Sakura-Dori side of the station. The lockers on the south east side which are closer to the Hirokoji Ticket Gates are automatic and come in three sizes priced at 300, 500 and 600 yen. These are operated using a touch screen that has instructions in English, Chinese, and Korean. The lockers on the north east side which are closer to the Sakura-Dori Ticket Gates are locked with keys. These come in three sizes which are priced at 300, 400, and 700 yen. You should have no problem finding an empty locker because there are so many.

Nagoya Station lockers

The touch screen for automatic lockers

Baggage Room

Takashimaya department store operate a special Service Counter which includes a baggage room.

The Takashimaya Service Counter

Prices for baggage storage are as follows:

Medium sized bags (53 x 36 x 34cms) are 540 yen per item per day.
Large bags (60 x 42 x 60 cms) are 864 yen per item per day.
Coats and jackets can be stored for 324 yen per item per day.

Baggage should be picked up by 20.00 the same day. In addition to baggage storage this Service Counter has a Seven-Bank ATM machine which accepts most major international bank cards, and a public use computer which you can use to access the internet. The Takashimaya Service Counter is open from 10.00 – 20.00. It can be found on the north east side of the station building, just past the Sakura-Dori Ticket Gates.

Railway Police

If you need help from the police there is a Railway Police office on the north side of the Central Walkway.

The Railway Police office

Article and original photos by Michael Lambe. All rights reserved.

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Nagoya Subway Lines

Nagoya Subway has six lines. At Nagoya Subway Station you can access two subway lines: the Higashiyama Line and Sakura-dori Line. For the key destinations below all fares and travel times are given from Nagoya Station.

The ticket gates at Nagoya Subway Station

The Higashiyama Line

There are 22 stations on the Higashiyama Line which runs west to east across the city from Takabata Station to Fujigaoka Station. This is the city’s busiest subway line, because it links Nagoya Station with the central commercial district of Sakae. On subway maps and signage this line is color coded yellow.

On-board signage for the Higashiyama Line

Key Destinations & Transfer Points:

Hatta Station

Transfer here to the JR Kansai Main Line and the Kintetsu Nagoya Line.

Kamejima Station

From exit 2 of this station it is a 5 minute walk to Noritake Garden & Ceramics Museum and a 10 minute walk to the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry & Technology.

  Fare from Nagoya Station: 200 yen
  Time from Nagoya Station: 2 minutes

Nagoya Station

Transfer here to the Sakura-dori Subway Line, Aonami Line, JR Lines and the Tokaido Shinkansen at Nagoya Station, Kintetsu Nagoya Station, and Meitetsu Nagoya Station.

Boarding at Nagoya Station

Fushimi Station

This station is convenient for the Hilton Nagoya, the Nagoya Kanko Hotel, and the Dormy Inn Premium Nagoya Sakae. Transfer here to the Tsurumai Subway Line.

  Fare from Nagoya Station: 200 yen
  Time from Nagoya Station: 3 minutes

Sakae Station

Sakae is a major commercial district in central Nagoya and has many popular shopping facilities and stores such as Oasis 21, Sakae Chika, and La Chic. This station is also convenient for Nagoya Tokyu Hotel. Transfer here to the Meijo Subway Line and to the Meitetsu Seto Line.

  Fare from Nagoya Station: 200 yen
  Time from Nagoya Station: 5 minutes

Chikusa Station

Transfer here to the JR Chuo Line.

Imaike Station

Transfer here to the Sakura-dori Subway Line.

Motoyama Station

Transfer here to the Meijo Subway Line.

Higashiyama Koen Station

From Exit 3 of this station Higashiyama Zoo & Botanical Gardens is a 3 minute walk.

  Fare from Nagoya Station: 270 yen
  Time from Nagoya Station: 18 minutes

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Nagoya Taxi Types & Fares

Japanese taxis generally come in three basic sizes: small (kogata 小型), medium (chugata 中型) and large (ogata 大型). Taxi fares go up according to the taxi size. A small kogata taxi is the standard size and it is big enough to seat four people. A medium chugata taxi also seats four people, but has more leg-room. If you have more than four people in your group you will need either a large ogata taxi or two smaller ones. You should also be aware that different taxi companies can charge different rates and that most taxi companies in Nagoya charge a 20% surcharge between 22.00 and 5.00 am the next morning.

The taxi rank outside the Taiko Dori Exit on Nagoya Station’s west side

Where & How to Get a Taxi

There are taxi ranks on both the east and west sides of Nagoya Station right outside the station exits. You will find a lot of taxis lined up at the taxi ranks and customers board them in turn as they become available. Because of this you cannot choose a taxi company when boarding at a taxi rank. However, this is usually not a problem as most Japanese taxi drivers are very reliable.

At other locations around the city it should be easy to hail a taxi on the street. If you see a green light in the passenger’s side window, then the taxi already has a passenger. When there is a red light, then the taxi is available. At night, a light on the taxi roof also shows that the taxi is vacant. When you see a vacant taxi, just raise your hand and the taxi should stop for you.

A taxi at Nagoya Station with its automatic door open

Taxi Etiquette in Japan

  • Most Japanese taxi drivers cannot speak English. It’s a good idea to have a map to your destination, or have the address written down in Japanese.
  • The rear doors of Japanese taxi cabs open and close automatically. You should not open and close them yourself.
  • All Japanese taxis have meters, and taxi drivers are generally honest. You don’t need to worry about being cheated.
  • Japan does not have the custom of tipping. If you try to tip, then your driver may be confused or embarrassed. For this reason it is better to simply pay the fare shown on the meter.
  • Many taxis will accept credit cards but some will not, so you should carry some cash just in case. If you would like to pay with a credit card, you should show your card to the driver before your journey begins and check that your card is acceptable.

Nagoya Taxi Companies

Here is a short list of some of the main taxi companies in Nagoya which have a good reputation for their service.

Tsubame Taxi

A Tsubame taxi

Tsubame Taxi have some English speaking drivers available if you wish to hire a car for sightseeing purposes. Tsubame Taxi accepts the following international credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Diners Club International, and Nicos.

Telephone: 052-203-1212
Japanese Website: /namba-station-%e6%9c%89%e5%90%8d%e4%ba%ba%e3%81%ae%e6%9c%80%e6%96%b0%e3%83%8b%e3%83%a5%e3%83%bc%e3%82%b9%e3%82%92%e8%aa%ad%e8%80%85%e3%81%ab%e3%81%8a%e5%b1%8a%e3%81%91%e3%81%97%e3%81%be%e3%81%99/

Takara Taxi

A Takara taxi

Takara Taxi has some English speaking chauffeurs available if you want to hire a car for sightseeing or business purposes. As a special service in all taxis passengers can recharge their cell phones or smart phones while riding the taxi for free. This company accepts the following international credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Diners Club International, and Nicos. You can also use the following prepaid IC cards to pay for your fare: MANACA, TOICA, SUICA, ICOCA, PASMO, NIMOCA, SUGOCA, and KITACA.

Telephone: 052-682-6000
Japanese Website: /namba-station-%e6%9c%89%e5%90%8d%e4%ba%ba%e3%81%ae%e6%9c%80%e6%96%b0%e3%83%8b%e3%83%a5%e3%83%bc%e3%82%b9%e3%82%92%e8%aa%ad%e8%80%85%e3%81%ab%e3%81%8a%e5%b1%8a%e3%81%91%e3%81%97%e3%81%be%e3%81%99/

MK Taxi

MK taxis have a distinctive heart-shaped logo on the taxi roof

Based in Kyoto, MK Taxi have now expanded their business across Japan. This company has a great reputation for their polite and professional service. The Nagoya branch also has some drivers who can speak English, Chinese, Korean, Mongolian and Tagalog! This company accepts the following international credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club International, and JCB.

Telephone: 052-912-5489
Japanese Website: /omiya-station-%e6%9c%89%e5%90%8d%e4%ba%ba%e3%81%ae%e6%9c%80%e6%96%b0%e3%83%8b%e3%83%a5%e3%83%bc%e3%82%b9%e3%82%92%e8%aa%ad%e8%80%85%e3%81%ab%e3%81%8a%e5%b1%8a%e3%81%91%e3%81%97%e3%81%be%e3%81%99/

Nagoya Kintetsu Taxi

A Nagoya Kintetsu taxi

Kintetsu is another big taxi company with branches around the country that has a reputation for polite and reliable service. Nagoya Kintetsu accepts the following international credit cards: VISA, Mastercard, JCB, American Express, and Diners Club International.

Telephone: 052-231-4510
Japanese Website: /

Article and original photos by Michael Lambe. All rights reserved.

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Nagoya Station Layout

Nagoya Station can be accessed from the 1st floor of the station building. Here you will find all the ticket offices, ticket machines and ticket gates. The basic structure of the station is fairly simple. There are two main exits with a Central Walkway running between them. On the east side of the building is the Sakura-Dori Exit, and on the west side of the building is the Taiko-Dori Exit. There are large clocks at either end of this walkway that make useful meeting points. The Gold Clock is at the Sakura-Dori end of the walkway and the Silver Clock at the Taiko-Dori end.

The Sakura-Dori side Gold Clock

The Taiko-Dori side Silver Clock

There are taxi ramps outside both of these exits. The majority of the city bus stops however, are on the east Sakura-Dori side of the station. The Me~guru sightseeing bus also departs from bus stop 8 which is just outside Nagoya Station’s east side Sakura-Dori Exit. Outside the west Taiko-Dori Exit you can find the JR Highway Bus terminal and ticket office.

There are five sets of ticket gates for the JR lines. This means you can quickly access the rail lines from any approach to the station building.

The Sakura-Dori Ticket Gates are on the north east side of the station

The Hirokoji Ticket Gates on the south east side of the station

The Central Ticket Gates are on the south side of the Central Walkway

The Central North Ticket Gates are on north side of the side of the Central Walkway

The Taiko-Dori South Ticket Gates are on the south west side of the station

Right beside the Taiko-Dori South Ticket Gates are the gates for the semi-private Aonami Line.

The entrance to the Aonami Line

There are two sets of ticket gates for the shinkansen tracks on the west Taiko Dori side of the station: the Shinkansen North Ticket Gates and the Shinkansen South Ticket Gates. There are also transfer gates for direct access between the JR lines and the shinkansen lines.

Shinkansen North Ticket Gates

Shinkansen South Ticket Gates

You can find ticket machines and ticket offices located close to all these ticket gates.

JR ticket machines at Nagoya Station

There are several JR ticket offices at Nagoya Station

詳細については、次の URL をご覧ください。……

Lines[edit]

JR Central[edit]

Aonami Line[edit]

Nagoya Subway[edit]

Station layout[edit]

The Sakuradori Exit concourse in July 2014

The Tokaido Shinkansen platform 16/17 in September 2018

JR Central[edit]

The platforms and the tracks are elevated. Six island platforms for the Tōkaidō Main Line, Chuo Line, and Kansai Line are situated in the eastern part of the station (the side where JR Central Towers are situated) and serve 12 tracks. Two island platforms for the Tokaido Shinkansen are situated in the western part and serve four tracks.

Adjacent stations[edit]

Aonami Line[edit]

The station is situated in the west of the JR Central Lines, on the Inazawa Line. The station has an island platform serving two tracks with platform gates.

Adjacent stations[edit]

Nagoya Subway[edit]

An island platform for the Sakura-dori Line serving two tracks is located east to west under the central concourse of JR Nagoya Station. The platform is fenced with platform gates.

An island platform for the Higashiyama Line serving two tracks is located south to north under underground city Meieki Chikagai (Meichika), in the east of JR Nagoya Station. The southern part of the platform is used for the trains for Fujigaoka and the northern one is for the trains for Takahata.

Adjacent stations[edit]

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Nagoya Station Area

Nagoya Station is just one of the gateways to Nagoya City.Nagoya Station, known locally as “Mei-eki”, is a vital hub for Japan’s JR Bullet Train and standard lines, subway lines, Kintetsu and Meitetsu rail services, making it an ideal access point for visiting the area. Surrounding the station complex are numerous large commercial facilities, including departments stores JR Nagoya Takashimaya, JR Gate Tower, and KITTE Nagoya, while the bustling underground shopping area below the station is a fascinating rabbits warren of variety. A little further south, is the Global Gate development, set to cater to the Linear Chuo Shinkansen, Japan’s new super high-speed mag-lev train. Within walking distance of the station are sightseeing and industrial heritage sites such as the world-wide acclaimed tableware manufacturer Noritake’s popular Noritake Garden and craft display center, and the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology, located in the original and well preserved Toyota Motors’ factory.

Nagoya Station Area

  • Special feature
  • Event
  • Tourist attraction
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Model course
  • Souvenir of Nagoya
  • Gourmet
  • Staying

詳細については、次の URL をご覧ください。……

概要

中部地方最大のターミナル駅であり、広域輸送の拠点となっている。JRは東海道新幹線の全列車が停車し、在来線は当駅を中心に各方面へ特急列車が発着している。市内各所を結ぶあおなみ線、名古屋市営地下鉄も乗り入れており、近接する名鉄名古屋駅近鉄名古屋駅とあわせ、中部地方最大の鉄道ターミナルとして機能している。運営各企業ごとの区分のため、「JR名古屋駅」、「あおなみ線名古屋駅」、「地下鉄名古屋駅」(または「東山線名古屋駅」「桜通線名古屋駅」)と呼ばれることが多い。

略称の「名駅(めいえき)」は当駅周辺の地名となっており、中部地方最大の繁華街であると並ぶ名古屋を代表する繁華街オフィス街として賑わっている。表玄関の東口は近年の再開発により日本有数の超高層ビル街にまで成長している。

JR東海本社が入居する駅ビルJRセントラルタワーズ」は都市再開発によって1999年に竣工し、2010年現在、世界一売り場面積の広い駅ビルとしてギネス・ワールド・レコーズに申請されている。名古屋のランドマークとなり、利便性を生かして多大な集客力を誇っている。このビルを発端として、現在では2027年開業予定のリニア中央新幹線に向けて、今まで開発がされていなかった西口を含めて駅周辺は数多くの再開発計画が進められている。

第2回中部の駅百選に選定されている。

乗り入れ・接続路線

※JRの特定都区市内制度における「名古屋市内」の駅であり、運賃計算の中心駅となる。
※在来線における当駅の所属線は東海道本線である[1]

次の駅と接続しており、乗り換えが可能となっている。

列車ダイヤ

JR東海

新幹線は「のぞみ」を含め全列車が停車する。
東海道新幹線は、ほとんどの列車が当駅を跨いで運転されるが、一部当駅を始発・終着とする列車がある[注釈 1]。早朝には東京行き、新大阪方面行きとなる「のぞみ」が、深夜には新大阪方面から当駅終着となる「のぞみ」が運行される。東京方面から1時間に2本運行される「こだま」のうち1本が当駅で折り返し、1時間に2本ある「ひかり」のうち1本は当駅から各駅停車になる。2006年3月18日のダイヤ改正以降[2]、当駅で「こだま」が「のぞみ」を待避し、緩急接続する事例は朝の下りと深夜の上りに限られていたが、2020年3月14日のダイヤ改正で、終日に渡って「ひかり」・「こだま」が「のぞみ」を待避する事例が見られるようになった(一部は臨時列車の待避となり、運転されない場合もある)[注釈 2]
東海道本線は、早朝・深夜以外は当駅で快速系統と普通列車が緩急接続を行うダイヤになっている(日中は快速などの優等種別の5分後に普通が発車する)。ただし、2019年10月1日現在1番線(2018年3月17日から2019年9月30日までは2番線)の使用が停止されているため、上り列車はホームの移動が必要となる[4]。また、寝台特急サンライズ瀬戸サンライズ出雲は上下列車とも当駅を通過する。
中央本線及び関西本線はすべての列車が当駅始発・終着である[5]。なお、かつて中央線の列車は東海道本線に直通するが2022年3月12日のダイヤ改正に伴い、中央線の列車は全て当駅始発・終着になった。

駅ビル

1999年に完成したJR名古屋駅の駅ビル「JRセントラルタワーズ」は54階建てで、百貨店やホテル、オフィスなどで構成される超高層複合商業ビルである。JR東海の本社も入居している。245mの高さを誇り、完成からの数年間は「世界一背の高い駅ビル」としてギネスブックに登録されていた。また、名古屋のランドマークとして人気スポットになっている。ジェイアール名古屋タカシマヤキーテナントとして入居しており、の老舗百貨店である松坂屋を超える売上高を誇り、その規模は中部地方のみならず日本有数である。

詳細については、次の URL をご覧ください。……

JR lines

Nagoya Station hosts many Japan Rail (JR) lines to distant and nearby cities, including:

  • The Tokaido Shinkansen Line to Tokyo, Kyoto, Shin-Yokohama, and Shin-Osaka.
  • The Tokaido Main Line to Hamamatsu, Toyohashi, Gamagori, Okazaki, Kariys, Obu, Maibara, Ogaki, and Gifu.
  • The Chuo Main Line To Nakatsugawa, Tjimi, and Kozoji.
  • The Takayama Main Line, with Limited Express trains to Gero and Takayama.
  • The Kansai Main Line to Tsu, Yokkaichi, and Kameyama.

You can use your JR Pass to travel on any of the JR lines to and from Nagoya Station.

Hikari Shinkansen arriving in Nagoya – Photo by recoeurian @Flickr

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The elevated platforms for all but the Shinkansen are located on the east side of the station, beneath the JR Central Towers. The Tokaido Shinkansen is located on the western side.

Non-JR lines

Nagoya Station is also home to a number of train lines not covered by the JR Pass. These include:

  • Higashiyama and Sakuradori Lines of the Nagoya Subway
  • Aonami Line to the Kinjo-Futo Nagoya International Exhibition Hall

You may purchase tickets or additional train cards for use on these lines.

The Aonami Line can be found to the west of the JR lines, and the Nagoya Subway lines are located under the station’s central concourse.

Nagoya station map

Nagoya station map

Lost and found office

Many travelers from other lands find it surprising that items lost on Japan’s trains are often returned to their original owners. If you realize you have left an important item behind, visit the Lost and Found Office located on the north side of the Central Walkway.

詳細については、次の URL をご覧ください。……

First Class Car Ticket (μticket)

To ride on “μSKY Limited Express” or “Rapid Limited Express and Limited Express First class cars”, a ¥360 First class car ticket (μticket) is required in addition to the regular train ticket. The First class car ticket (μticket) is the same price regardless of age.

詳細については、次の URL をご覧ください。……

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結論として、日本のエンタメニュースは興味深くエキサイティングな話題です。日本の文化やエンターテインメント業界について学ぶことはたくさんあります。日本のエンタメニュースはとても面白いです。新鮮でわくわくする情報が満載です。ぜひ、この本を読んで、この国とその文化についてもっと学んでください。この記事が有益で役立つことを願っています。読んでくれてありがとう!

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