Higashiyama Line

The Higashiyama Line is the busiest of the six subway lines in Nagoya and runs west to east from Takabata to Fujigaoka, where it connects with the Linimo.

Higashiyama Line Train, Nagoya

Higashiyama Line Train, Nagoya

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A short walk from Nakamura-Koen Station is Nakamura Koen which contains Toyokuni Shrine, dedicated to Hideyoshi and the interesting Hideyoshi and Kiyomasa Memorial Museum with armor, swords and personal effects of Hideyoshi and his loyal general Kato Kiyomasa.

Nagoya Station

JR Nagoya Station has Tokaido Shinkansen to Osaka, Kyoto and Tokyo, Yokohama and Shinagawa. JR trains from Nagoya Station run to Okazaki, Gamagori, Toyohashi, Gifu, Maibara, Ogaki and Tajimi. The JR Hida Express runs from Nagoya to Takayama and Toyama via Gero Onsen. The JR Shinano Express goes to Nagano. The Shirasagi Express service runs to Kanazawa.

The Sakura-dori Line also intersects at Nagoya Station.

Nagoya Station at night, Aichi Prefecture

Nagoya Station at night, Aichi Prefecture

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