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Tokyo Nagoya
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How to get from Tokyo to Nagoya

There are two ways to travel from Tokyo to Nagoya: by plane or by train.

How far is Tokyo from Nagoya?

The travel distance between Tokyo and Nagoya is 350 km. You have two options to travel from Tokyo to Nagoya: taking a flight or taking a train.

How long does it take to get from Tokyo to Nagoya?

It takes 1 hour 05 minutes to get from Tokyo to Nagoya by plane, and 1 hour 30 minutes to 2 hours 40 minutes by train, depending on the train service.

What types of airlines operate the route from Tokyo to Nagoya?

There are two domestic airlines operating the route Tokyo to Nagoya, which are full-service carriers, Japan Airlines (JL) and All Nippon Airways (NH).

How much does it cost to get from Tokyo to Nagoya by plane?

The price of the flight ticket from Tokyo to Nagoya varies depending on the airline and how long you book in advance. It starts from 14,000 JPY.

For more information about travelling by plane, please read our Flight Guide in Japan.

What types of trains operate the route from Tokyo to Nagoya?

The Tokaido Shinkansen high-speed train runs between Tokyo and Osaka, stopping in Nagoya.

There are three types of services on the Tokaido Shinkansen: Nozomi is the fast service stopping only at key stations, Hikari is the semi-fast service stopping at the major stations and Kodama is the local service stopping at all stations.

Shinkansen trains can carry up to 16 cars per train, arranged in Green Cars with business class seats and Ordinary Cars with standard class seats distributed in Reserved and Non-reserved. In total, the Shinkansen trains offer three passengers classes: Reserved Seat (Green Car), Reserved Seat (Ordinary Car) and Non-reserved Seat.

Travellers with Reserved Seat tickets are required to take their numbered seat in the Green Cars or the Ordinary Cars. Travellers with Non-reserved Seat tickets are allowed to take any seat available only in the Ordinary cars designated as Non-reserved. On these cars, seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. When all the seats are full, passengers must travel standing.

For more information about travelling by train, please read our Train Guide in Japan.

How much does it cost to get from Tokyo to Nagoya by train?

The train ticket with JR costs 10,560 JPY for Non-reserved Seat on all Shinkansen trains, 11,090 JPY for Reserved Seat (Ordinary Car) on Hikari and Kodama trains, 11,300 JPY for Reserved Seat (Ordinary Car) on Nozomi trains, 14,750 JPY for Reserved Seat (Green Car) on Hikari and Kodama trains, and 14,960 JPY for Reserved Seat (Green Car) on Nozomi trains.

For trains operated by JR, travellers can book online and pick up the tickets at the station by scanning the QR code included in the electronic ticket at the ticket vending machines. For more information, please read the instructions to pick up the tickets at the station.

Where does the train from Tokyo to Nagoya depart?

Trains on the Tokaido Shinkansen line depart from Tokyo Station and Shinagawa Station, in Tokyo.

Please arrive to the station 30 minutes before the scheduled departure time to complete the boarding procedures or risk missing the train.

Where does the train from Tokyo to Nagoya arrive?

Trains on the Tokaido Shinkansen line arrive at Nagoya Station, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya.

Where to travel next from Nagoya?

From Nagoya, you can go by train to Matsumoto, Nagano, Gifu, Takayama, Fukui and Kanazawa on Limited Express, or continue to Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe, Himeji, Hiroshima and Fukuoka on the Tokaido and Sanyo Shinkansen, or fly to Sapporo, Sendai, Niigata, Fukuoka, Kumamoto, Kagoshima or Naha in Okinawa.