Nagoya Station

JR Central

Nagoya Rinkai Kosoku tetsudō

  • Aonami - line

Subway Nagoya

  • Higashiyama Line
  • Sakura - dori Line


The Nagoya Station (Japanese名古屋 駅, Nagoya- eki ) is located in the district of Nakamura of the Japanese city of Nagoya in Aichi Prefecture. Is known of the station for its two 245 -meter high twin towers, the JR Central Towers. It is next to the Meitetsu Nagoya Station and Kintetsu Nagoya Station Meitetsu or Kintetsu train companies. The station was taken as the largest railway station in the Guinness Book of World Records on 28 February 2002.


Nagoya is served by the following lines:

  • JR Tōkaidō Shinkansen
  • JR Tōkaidō Main Line
  • JR Chūō Main Line
  • JR Kansai Main Line
  • JR Takayama Main Line
  • Nagoya Rinkai Kosoku tetsudō Aonami line ( AN01 )
  • Nagoya Higashiyama subway line ( H08 )
  • Nagoya subway Sakura - dori line ( H02 )

Adjacent stations


The station was opened by the State Railway, the forerunner of today's Japan Railways, in the notation名 护 屋 駅, on 1 May 1886. On April 25, 1887, the change in the spelling in the current名古屋 駅was.