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Chubu Centrair International Airport
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Chubu Centrair International Airport (?????? Ch?bu Kokusai K?k?) is located on an artificial island 30 minutes south from Nagoya.
Japan's third major international gateway after Narita and Kansai, Centrair prides itself on offering seamless interchange between international and domestic flights, making this a good option if you are heading elsewhere in Japan. Centrair opened in 2005, and this airport replaces the existing Nagoya airport, also taking over its IATA code NGO.
For most visitors the train is the fastest, cheapest and most convenient method of access.
All transportation means are available from the Access Plaza next to the main terminal. You can take your luggage cart all the way from the arrival or departure lobby to the train and bus platforms.
The Meitetsu Airport Line (?????) connects the airport to Nagoya. From here, you can transfer to the Tokaido Shinkansen line, as well as a multitude of other train lines for connections throughout the Chubu region. Some trains continue directly onward to Gifu and Inuyama. Note that trains to Toyohashi (one per hour) run east from the airport and do not pass through Nagoya!
μSKY (μ pronounced mu) rapid limited expresses (???? kaisoku-tokkyu) run twice per hour and do the trip in just 28 minutes, while other services (total 4 per hour) stop more and take longer. The price of all services is the same, except that reserved seats cost an extra ¥350, and μSKY trains have only reserved seats.
The bus may also be an option, particularly if you have heavy luggage and don't want to deal with train transfers.
Ise-Bay Ferry (http://www.isewanferry.co.jp/) shuttles between nearby Tokoname Port (transfer by bus) and the pearl town of Toba, further down the coast.
The taxi stand is on the 1st floor of Access Plaza. A taxi to central Nagoya, 40 km away, will cost over ¥12,000.
Car rental is available on the 1st floor of the Access Plaza, past the bus stops.
A toll road links Centrair and the mainland, and the airport has 4000 parking spaces. Parking is free for 30 min but costs ¥300/hour for 5 hours, or ¥1500 per day (¥1000/day after the 5th day).
See, Do, Buy and Eat
If you've got time to kill, head up to the 4th floor Skytown, designed specifically for this purpose. There are plenty of cafes, restaurants, boutiques and even a spa. Note that the Skytown is landside before security/immigration, and the facilities on the airside are rather limited.
There is a currency exchange office in the international arrivals area right after Customs (open 6 AM to 10 PM) and a single somewhat picky Citibank ATM that accepts foreign cards (Visa/MC only) in the Access Plaza.