Nagoya station guide. How to transfer among Shinkansen, Kintetsu, Meitetsu, subway and JR local trains.

Nagoya station from Taiko-Dori side.
Nagoya station from Taiko-Dori side.

Nagoya is one of major cities in Japan and also this station is the gateway to many places, such as Takayama, Nagano, Matsumoto, Ise. Even if you will not intend to drop by Nagoya, you may need to change the trains in Nagoya. If you arrive in Chubu airport, you have to change the trains in Nagoya station.

In this post, I would like to tell you about Kyoto station. Nagoya station is a huge station and there are many trains arriving and departing. I will show you the structure of Nagoya station and how to transfer among many trains in this station.

*The information in this article is current at the time of writing.

Overview of Nagoya stations

At Nagoya station, there are many train companies’ stations.

  • JR (Tokaido Shinkansen and conventional lines)
  • Kintetu Railway
  • Meitetsu Railway
  • Nagoya subway (Higashiyama line and Sakura-dori line)
  • Aonami line

And also Meitetsu Bus Center is located near Nagoya station. I will explain you those stations one by one. And then I would like to share the information about how to change the trains among these stations.

JR Nagoya station

Nagoya station Sakura-Dori side
Nagoya station Sakura-Dori side

JR operates Tokaido Shinkansen (Tokyo-Nagoya-Kyoto-Shin Osaka). Tokaido Shinkansen connects Sanyo Shikansen to Hiroshima and Kyushu. It also operates many limited express trains, such as Limited Express Wide View Hida (Nagoya-Gifu-Takayama-Toyama), Limited Express Wide View Shinano (Nagoya-Matsumoto-Nagano), Limited Express Shirasagi (Nagoya-Maibara-Kanazawa), and many commute trains. You will be Nagoya station by Shinkansen or other limited express trains. This station will be your first step in Nagoya.

Before I explain about this station, please see the link below to fine the map of Nagoya station.

The map of Nagoya station, JR Central official site

Station structure, tracks and platforms

Central Walkway outside ticket gate
Central Walkway outside ticket gate

Nagoya station is a viaduct station. All platforms are located on the second level. Ticket gate and exit are located on the ground floor.

All platforms are connected the walkways at mezzanine level inside ticket gate. In the map, those walkways are shown as North Walkway, Central Walkway and South Walkway. You may notice that there are two “Central Walkway” in the map. Central Walkway in the middle of the map that is shown by light gray color is outside ticket gate. Anyone can go through this walkway without ticket. This walkway connects both sides, Taiko Dori Gate and Sakura Dori Gate of Nagoya station.

Kin no Tokei that means Gold Watch in Japanese. This is one of the icons of Nagoya station.
Kin no Tokei that means Gold Watch in Japanese. This is one of the icons of Nagoya station.

All platforms and tracks of JR Nagoya station are the following:

Conventional lines (other than Shinkansen) platforms

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Track# Lines/Trains Destination
1,2 Tokaido line Local and Rapid Toyohashi, Taketoyo
3,4 Some of Tokaido line Local and Rapid
Most of trains to Taketoyo
Toyohashi, Taketoyo
Gifu, Ogaki
Limited Express Shirasagi (mostly from track #4) Maibara, Fukui, Kanazawa
5,6 Tokaido line Local and Rapid Gifu, Ogaki
7,8 Chuo line Local and Rapid Tajimi, Nakatsugawa
10 Limited Express Shinano Nakatsugawa, Matsumoto, Nagano
Chuo line Local and Rapid Tajimi, Nakatsugawa
11 Limited Express Wide View Hida Gero, Takayama, Toyama
Chuo line Local and Rapid (very few from this track) Tajimi, Nakatsugawa
Kansai line Local and Rapid (very few from this track) Yokkaichi, Matsusaka
12,13 Limited Express Wide View Nanki (from track #12 Shingu, Kii-Katsuura
Rapid Mie Yokkaichi, Matsusaka, Iseshi, Toba
Kansai line Local and Rapid Yokkaichi, Matsusaka

There is no track #9 in Nagoya station. But it is not hard to find the platform in Nagoya station. As long as you change the trains in JR Nagoya station, you will be okay.

Overview of Nagoya station conventional line platforms
Overview of Nagoya station conventional line platforms

Shinkansen platforms

Track# Lines/Trains Destination
14,15 Tokaido Shinkansen Tokyo, Shinagawa, Shin-Yokohama, Odawara, Mishima
16,17 Kyoto, Shin-Osaka, Himeji, Hiroshima, Hakata
Shinkansen platform (C) DrKssn / Wikimedia Commons / , via Wikimedia Commons
Shinkansen platform (C) DrKssn / Wikimedia Commons / , via Wikimedia Commons

There are only two platforms and four tracks. It is quite simple and easy to understand to get the direction.

Ticket gate/Exit

Central Walkway inside ticket gate. There are lots of signage of track number and departure information.
Central Walkway inside ticket gate. There are lots of signage of track number and departure information.

Nagoya station has two sides, Sakura-dori (east) and Taiko-dori (west). Both sides are connected by Central Walkway. There are several ticket gates on Central Walkway. And also there are some more ticket gates on both side. Before I explain about gates, Please refer The map of Nagoya station, JR Central official site again.

Central Gate and Central North Gate

Central Gate
Central Gate
Central Gate from inside ticket gate
Central Gate from inside ticket gate

These gate are located in the middle of the map. These are connected to Central Walkway and you can exit either way, Sakura-dori and Taiko-dori via Central Walkway. If you stay in Nagoya, you may use these exit.

Sakura-Dori Gate

Sakura-Dori Gate
Sakura-Dori Gate

You may find this gate at upper left side on the station map. This gate is located at the end of North Walkway and gives you access to Sakura-dori side directly.

Hachikoji Gate

Hachikoji Gate
Hachikoji Gate

This gate can be found at upper right on the station map. It is located at Sakura-Dori side but this is not common way to get Sakura-dori side. This gate has a transfer gate to Kintetsu Railway. This is the easiest route to get Kintetsu Railway Nagoya station. I will tell you later about transfer JR and Kintetsu Railway.

JR - Kintetsu transfer gate at Hachikoji Gate. You cannot exit at this transfer gate.
JR – Kintetsu transfer gate at Hachikoji Gate. You cannot exit at this transfer gate.

Taiko-Dori South Gate

JR and Aonami Line share Taiko-Dori South Gate. JR to left and Aonami Line to right.
JR and Aonami Line share Taiko-Dori South Gate. JR to left and Aonami Line to right.

You can find this gate at lower right on the station map. You can get Taiko-Dori side from this gate. And also this gate has a transfer gate to Aonami line.

Shinkansen Transfer Gate

Shinkansen transfer gate
Shinkansen transfer gate

When you transfer between Shinkansen and conventional trains (JR trains other than Shinkansen), you have to go through Shinkansen Transfer Gate because fare system is different between Shinkansen and conventional lines. If you use JR pass or other passes, you cannot go through automatic ticket gate. You can go through manned wicket and show your pass and Shinkansen ticket. If you take non reserved seat, you will have JR pass only. Shinkansen ticket is not required to take non reserved seat by JR pass.

There are two transfer gates, Shinkansen North Transfer Gate and Shinkansen South Transfer Gate. You will find these gates in lower part of the map. Shinkansen North Transfer Gate is connected to North Walkway and Shinkansen South Transfer Gate is connected to Central Walkway. Actually if you just change the trains, Shinkansen and conventional line train, you can use either North or South. It actually does not matter which gate you take.

Shinkansen North Ticket Gate and Shinkansen South Ticket Gate

Shinkansen North Ticket Gate. Shinkansen South Ticket Gate is other side of Central Walkway.
Shinkansen North Ticket Gate. Shinkansen South Ticket Gate is other side of Central Walkway.

You can find these gates in middle of lower part of the map.
You can exit these ticket gates if you do not transfer to JR conventional trains. Those are connected to Central Walkway and you can go either side, Taiko-Dori and Sakura-Dori. There are two gates, North and South. But these gates are same place. You can choose either gate.

Kintetsu Railway Nagoya station

Kintetsu Nagoya station platform from Underground ticket gate
Kintetsu Nagoya station platform from Underground ticket gate

Kintetsu Railway is the biggest private railway company. It connects Nagoya, Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, Ise and Yoshino. You may use Kintetsu Rail Pass to take this train from this station.

By the way, the station name is “Kintetsu Nagoya” station. JR and Subway line’s stations are just “Nagoya” station. But the location of Kintetsu Nagoya station is same as JR and subway line. When you search the route and the schedule on Hyperdia, input just one word, “Kintetsunagoya”. It is a bit tricky.

Kintetsu Nagoya station is the underground terminal. It is located at Sakura-Dori side. Please see JR Nagoya station map again. This station is located at upper right in the map. As I mentioned above, there is Kintersu railway – JR transfer gate at Hachikoji gate. Kintetsu Nagoya station is located just beside Hachikoji gate.

Station structure, tracks and platforms

The following link shows you the map of Kintetsu Nagoya station. Please refer this to find the layout of this station:

Kintetsu Nagoya station map (Kintetsu Railway official site)

All platforms and tracks of Kintetsu Nagoya station are the following:

Track# Trains Destination
1 Local Kuwana, Yokkaichi, Ise-Nakagawa
2 Semi Express Kuwana, Yokkaichi
3 Express Yokkaichi, Matsusaka, Uji-Yamada
4,5 Limited Express Osaka-Namba, Yamato-Yagi, Toba, Kashikojima

Track #2 and #3 are shared by Express and Semi Express. Some Semi Express depart from #3 and some Express depart from #2. But there are signage at the platform and on the train. Just follow the signage.

If you use Kintetsu Rail Pass, you will take Limited Express train. Those train depart from #4 and #5. You must have a reserved seat ticket when you take Limited Express.

Ticket gate/Exit

Underground ticket gate
Underground ticket gate
Ticket vending machine and window
Ticket vending machine and window

Most of ticket gates are located on the underground second level. There are three ticket gates at the end of platforms. One of these three gates is common ticket gate. It is connected to underground walkway. If you take subway or access to Nagoya underground arcade, you can use this gate. You also use this gate to transfer to JR trains.

The second gate is JR transfer gate. As I mentioned above, you can enter JR Nagoya station directly via this ticket gate. It is located at Hachikoji Gate of JR Nagoya station.

The last one is Meitetsu Railway transfer gate. Meitetsu is one of the biggest private railway companies. It connects Nagoya, Chubu airport (Central Japan International airport), Gifu, Toyohashi. You can use this gate to enter Meitetsu Railway Nagoya station. I will explain about Meitetsu Nagoya station in next chapter.

There is another ticket gate that is located at the underground first level that is called Front Gate. You can access to Sakura-Dori street. If you stay in Nagoya, you may use this gate. And also if you take a bus from Meitetsu bus terminal, this gate is the nearest. And also this gate is connected to underground arcade. You may go through this arcade to get subway lines.

The following movie shows you Kintetsu Nagoya station.

Meitetsu Railway Nagoya station

Meitetsu Nagoya station platform from track #4
Meitetsu Nagoya station platform from track #4

Meitetu Railway is one of the major private railway companies. You may use this train to/from Chubu Airport (Central Japan International Airport).

The name of Meitetsu railway’s station is “Meitetsu Nagoya” station. The location is next to Kintetsu Nagoya station. When you search on Hyperdia, input just one word, “Meitetsunagoya”. It is same as Kintetsu Nagoya station.

Meitetsu Nagoya station is the underground terminal as well as Kintetsu railway. It is located at Sakura-Dori side. Please see JR Nagoya station map again. This station is located at upper right in the map. This map does not show any platforms of Meitetsu railway. But you can find the word, “Meitetsu Nagoya Station” in the map.

Station structure, tracks and platforms

At platform of track #2 and #3
At platform of track #2 and #3

The following link shows you the map of Meitetsu Nagoya station. Please refer this to find the layout of this station:

Meitetsu Nagoya station map (Meitetsu Railway official site)

All platforms and tracks of Meitetsu Nagoya station are the following:

Track# Trains Destination
1 All trains
except Limited Express
Gifu, Inuyama, Ichinomiya
2 Limited Express
3 Limited Express Chubu Airport, Toyohashi, Tokoname
4 All trains
except Limited Express

Meitetsu Nagoya station is small but it is complicated. Because many kinds of trains stop at same platform.

There are four platforms but actually there are only two tracks.

Overview of Meitetsu Nagoya station from #4 platform.
Overview of Meitetsu Nagoya station from #4 platform.

So one of two tracks runs between #1 and #2. The other track runs between #3 and #4 that is in the photo above. So if the train is local train to Chubu airport, train arrives the track between #3 and #4. But the door is open for #4 side only. Sometimes the door opens at #3 side. But it is arrival passenger only. If train is limited express bound for Chubu airport, the door opens at #3 side only.

When you take a train at Meitetsu Nagoya station, please check the departure information signage carefully and make sure which platform you need to go. Especially when you take a train at #1 or #4, many trains bound for various destinations arrive in every three minutes. If you are not sure which train you take, do not hesitate to ask the station staff.

Ticket gate/Exit

Meitetsu Nagoya station West Gate
Meitetsu Nagoya station West Gate

There are seven ticket gates in Meitetsu Nagoya station. But most of you use a few of these gates.

At the underground first level, there are four gates, Central, North, West and South. Central gate is divided into two for enter and exit. At the underground second level that is same level as the platforms, there are three gates, New South, East and Kintetsu transfer gate. As I explained at the chapter of Kintetsu Nagoya station above, there is transfer gate between Kintetsu and Meitetsu. You can change these two trains directly via this transfer gate.

Just inside of Central and West Gates
Just inside of Central and West Gates
Central Gate
Central Gate

Most of you use West, North and Central. Especially North and West are most common way to get JR Nagoya station. South gate is convenient for the passengers who wants to go to Meitetsu bus terminal.

I do not think that you will use New South and East. Because these are located in department store and underground walkway. And also these are entrance use only.

Nagoya Subway stations

Saura-Dori line Nagoya station. (C) LERK , Nagoya-subway-S02-Nagoya-station-platform-20100315.jpg, CC BY-SA 3.0 , CC BY-SA 2.1 jp, CC BY 3.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Saura-Dori line Nagoya station. (C) LERK , Nagoya-subway-S02-Nagoya-station-platform-20100315.jpg, via Wikimedia Commons

You can catch two subway lines at Nagoya station. Those are Higashiyama line and Sakura-Dori line. You can get most of places in Nagoya by subway line. If you stay in Nagoya and visit the tourist spots, subway network is the key for your stay in Nagoya. Please see the links below to find subway network and tourist spots in Nagoya.

Nagoya Subway Route Map (Nagoya Subway official site)
Japan Guide, Access and Orientation in Nagoya

Higashiyama line’s Nagoya station is located under JR Nagoya station Sakura-Dori side. And Sakura-Dori line’s Nagoya station is located under Central Walkway of JR Nagoya station.

Station structure, tracks and platforms

Both Higashiyama line’s and Sakura-Dori line’s stations are very simple. There are only one platform and two tracks at each station. These two stations are completely separated. But the track are numbered sequentially.

Track# Lines Destination
1 Higashiyama line Sakae, Fujigaoka
2 Takabata
3 Saura-Dori line Hisaya-Odori, Tokushige
4 Nakamura-Kuyakusho

These two stations are connected by walkway inside ticket gate. You can change these two subway lines trains without exiting station.

Ticket gate/Exit

Higashiyama Line Central Gate
Higashiyama Line Central Gate

These two subway lines have three ticket gates each. Higashiyama line has North, Central and South. Central and North gates are closed to JR station. South gate is most convenient to Kintetsu and Meitetsu stations.

Sakura-Dori line has West, West Central and East. West gate is most convenient to JR station. East gate is connected to Central gate of Higashiyama line. If you change the trains of Higashiyama line and Sakura-Dori line, use Central of Higashiyama line and East of Sakura-Dori line. But you do not need to exit at these gates to change two subway lines.

Aonami Line Nagoya station

This railway is not well known among tourist so far. It connects Nagoya and Kinjofuto. Kinjofuto is located at Nagoya port waterfront area. There is JR Central’s Railway Museum. But LEGOLAND Japan will be opened in April, 2017 near Kinjofuto station. This railway will be more popular in next year.

Station structure, ticket gate, tracks and platforms

Aonami Line station is located in JR Nagoya station. The ticket gate is just beside JR Taiko-Dori South Gate. You can go through JR station without exiting gate. There is only one platform and two tracks. And all train go to Kinjofuto. This is very simple.

Track# Lines Destination
1,2 Aonami line Kinjofuto

Meitetsu Bus Terminal

Bus bays at third floor
Bus bays at third floor

This is not a station but some of you intend to take a bus from Nagoya. I just would like to include the information about this bus center if you need.

This bus terminal is located a few minutes from Meitetsu and Kintetsu Nagoya station. Please see the map below to find the location.

Many express buses depart from this bus terminal to many destinations, such as Takayama, Nabana no Sato. The bus terminal is located on 3rd and 4th floor of the building. You can access to this terminal by escalator or elevator directly. There is a convenience store, “FamilyMart” and coffee stand. You can grab something to eat and drink before boarding bus.

This huge mannequin is called "Nana-chan Ningyou". This doll stands at the entrance to Bus Center.
This huge mannequin is called “Nana-chan Ningyou”. This doll stands at the entrance to Bus Center.
Escalator to Bus Center at third floor
Escalator to Bus Center at third floor

How to change trains in Nagoya station

I have explained you about all stations in Nagoya. As you have read, there are many railways in Nagoya. I would like to tell you about transfer among these trains.

There are many ticket gates. Let’s see all transfers in Kyoto station. I also show you minimum connecting time. This connecting time may be tight for the first time traveler. You may spend another 5 to 10 minutes to change the trains. And this connecting time does not include the time to purchase a ticket. If you need to purchase a ticket, you should add at least 5 minutes.

Shinkansen – JR Conventional lines (10 minutes)
JR Conventional lines mean JR local trains, rapid trains and Limited Express trains, such as Wide View Hida, Shinano and Shirasagi. When you change these trains, do not exit and just go through Shinkansen transfer gate.

JR Conventional lines – Kintetsu Railway (10 minutes)

You may use Hachikoji Gate. It connects Kintetsu Nagoya station directly and you do not need to exit.

JR Conventional lines – Meitetsu Railway (15 minutes)
The following link shows you the route between JR and Meitetsu Nagoya station:
Nagoya Stations Transfer Map (Central Japan International Airport official site)
This map shows you to use Central Gate of JR to get Meitetsu Nagoya station. This is okay. But I recommend you to use Hirokoji Gate to exit JR station. After exit Hirokoji Gate, there is cross walk outside station building. Cross there and you will fine Meitetsu Railway West Gate sign. I think this is faster route.

JR Conventional lines – Nagoya Subway Saura-Dori Line (10 minutes)
Exit at Central Gate or Central North Gate. You will find some escalators or stairs on Central Walkway to get subway ticket gate.

JR Conventional lines – Nagoya Subway Higashiyama Line (10 minutes)
Exit at Central Gate or Sakura-Dori Gate. You will find some escalators or stairs around Sakura-Dori exit.

JR Conventional lines – Aonami Line (5-10 minutes)
Use Taiko-Dori South Gate. It connects to Aonami line directly.

Shinkansen – Kintetsu Railway (15 minutes)
You may use Shinkansen South Transfer Gate to get Hachikoji Gate via Central Walkway and South Walkway inside ticket gate. It connects Kintetsu Nagoya station directly and you do not need to exit.

Shinkansen – Meitetsu Railway (20 minutes)
The following link shows you the route between JR and Meitetsu Nagoya station:
Nagoya Stations Transfer Map (Central Japan International Airport official site)
This map shows you to use Shinkansen South or North Gate to get Meitetsu Nagoya station. This is okay. But I recommend you to use Hirokoji Gate to exit JR station. You can get Hirokoji Gate via Shikansen South Transfer Gate. After exit Hirokoji Gate, there is cross walk outside station building. Cross there and you will fine Meitetsu Railway West Gate sign. I think this is faster route. Please see the following photos to get the route from Hirokoji Gate to Meitetsu Nagoya station.

Exit near Hirokoji Gate
Exit near Hirokoji Gate
You will see this building after you exit Nagoya station near Hirokoji Gate.
You will see this building after you exit Nagoya station near Hirokoji Gate.
You will find the signage to Meitetsu Nagoya station beside the building.
You will find the signage to Meitetsu Nagoya station beside the building.
You may go down by stairs to get West Gate of Meitetsu Nagoya station.
You may go down by stairs to get West Gate of Meitetsu Nagoya station.

Shinkansen – Nagoya Subway Saura-Dori Line (15 minutes)
Exit at Shinkansen South or North Gate. You will find some escalators or stairs on Central Walkway to get subway ticket gate.

Shinkansen – Nagoya Subway Higashiyama Line (15 minutes)
Exit at Shinkansen South or North Gate and go through Central Walkway to Sakura-Dori side. You will find some escalators or stairs around Sakura-Dori exit. You may use Shinkansen North Transfer Gate to get Saukra-Dori Gate via North Walkway.

Shinkansen – Aonami line (10 minutes)
Use Shinkansen South Gate to get Taiko-Dori South Gate. It connects to Aonami line directly.

Kintetsu Railway – Meitetsu Railway (5 minutes)

The signage in front of Underground Gate shows all directions.
The signage in front of Underground Gate shows all directions.

There is direct transfer gate between these two stations. You may use this gate without exiting station. You also can use Kintetsu Nagoya station Underground Gate and Meitetsu Railway West Gate.

Kintetsu Railway – Nagoya Subway Higashiyama Line (10 minutes)
Exit at Underground Gate and go through shopping arcade. This is not same underground path to Sakura-Dori line. You will find South Gate of Higashiyama Line soon.

Kintetsu Railway – Nagoya Subway Saura-Dori Line (10 minutes)
You can exit at Underground Gate. You will see the signage “Subway Sakura-Dori Line”. You can go through underground path to get underground shopping arcade. You will see the stairs and escalators to get Subway Sakura-Dori lien Central West Gate.

Kintetsu Railway – Aonami Line (20 minutes)
Exit at Underground Gate and go up to the ground level. And go through JR Nagoya station Central Walkway to Taiko-Dori side. Before reaching Taiko-Dori exit, turn left to Taiko-Dori South Gate. You will find Aonami Line Gate.

Meitetsu Railway – Nagoya Subway Higashiyama Line (5 minutes)
Exit at Cetral Gate and go down to the shopping arcade. You will find South Gate of Higashiyama Line soon.

Meitetsu Railway – Nagoya Subway Saura-Dori Line (10 minutes)
You can take same route as Subway Higashiyama Line from Meitetsu Nagoya above. You will see the signage “Subway Sakura-Dori Line” beside Higashiyama Line South Gate. You can go down by stairs or escalators and get East Gate of Sakura-Dori Line.

Meitetsu Railway – Aonami Line (20 minutes)
Please see the link below:
Nagoya Stations Transfer Map (Central Japan International Airport official site)
Exit at North Gate and go through Central Walkway in JR Nagoya station.

Aonami Line – Subway Sakura-Dori Line and Higashiyama Line (10-15 minutes)
You can follow same route as Subway Lines from Shinkansen above. Shinkansen Gates are very closed to Aonami Line Gate.

The movie below shows you Central Walkway of JR Nagoya station from Taiko-Dori Exit to Sakura-Dori Exit. It may help you to imagine how Nagoya station looks like.

JR Pass, JR Central Passes (Takayama Hokuriku Area pass and etc), Kintetsu Rail Pass sales and exchange place

Please see The map of Nagoya station, JR Central official site
again. You can find JR Information Center in the middle of Central Walkway. That is the place to exchange to JR Pass, Takayama Hokuriku Area Pass and other JR Central deal. But this place is open from 10:00 to 19:00 only. But you can also exchange these passes at JR Central Ticket Office beside JR Information Center from 6:00 to 10:00 and from 19:00 to 23:00.

BIC Camera at Taiko-Dori side
BIC Camera at Taiko-Dori side

You can purchase Kintetsu Rail Pass at BIC Camera Nagoya Station West store. You can find this store just in front of Taiko-Dori Exit.

2 thoughts on “Nagoya station guide. How to transfer among Shinkansen, Kintetsu, Meitetsu, subway and JR local trains.”

  1. Hello,

    We will be coming from Kyoto, we plan to take d shinkansen line going to Nagoya. We have big luggages. How do we go about tranfering from shinkansen line going to Chubu airport? I heard about u-sky but i dont understand. Where to buy the tickets? Can you give me a step by step guide? Your help is highly appreciated. Thanks!

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