If you are a group of more than two, your seats will be arranged together. We will inform you separately in case we cannot arrange seats together.
Arrival: Nagoya (Aichi prefecture)
Time: 1 hour 39 minutes~
Unreserved: You can have an available seat at non-reserved seat cars only.
Reserved You can have a reserved seat at reserved cars.
Green reserved You can have a business class seat at Green cars.
All seats will be reserved at non-smoking cars.
Nozomi (3 non-reserved seat cars) -Stops at major cities only -Used for travel to major cities, such as Nagoya, Kyoto, and Shin-Osaka
The first train from Tokyo to Nagoya: Depart Tokyo at 6:00 - Arrive Nagoya at 8:08 (Nozomi No.1)
The last train from Tokyo to Nagoya: Depart Tokyo at 21:23 - Arrive Nagoya at 22:57 (Nozomi No. 265) There is Hikari Shinkansen departing Tokyo at 22:00 and arriving Nagoya at 23:49 (Hikari No. 539)
Tip for Mt. Fuji view on the way to Nagoya
In good weather, you can see Mt. Fuji from shinkansen on your way to Nagoya. The best seat to see Mt. Fuji is window-side seats on the right hand. The best time to see Mt. Fuji is approximately 44 minutes after departing Tokyo station. Please check the windows on the right-hand side.
You can choose the following options for receiving tickets:
Ship to hotel in Japan: We will ship your ticket(s) to your hotel in Japan. You can pick up your ticket(s) when you check-in the hotel
Ship to your home country address: We will ship your ticket(s) to your home/company address via International Express mail with additional shipping fee. Please add International Shipping from here.
Pick-up at Post offices in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, or Narita International Airport: We will ship your ticket(s) to the post office located near Tokyo Station, Shin-Osaka Station, or Kyoto Station or the post offices located at Narita International Airport . You can pick-up your ticket(s) by showing your ID (Passport).
Shinkansen seats are available in four levels depending on the comfort and services your require.
Regular seats used on Reserved cars and Unreserved cars of Shinkansen. Consider it as "economy class" seat.
Better seats with more space than ordinary seats. All Green Seats are reserved only. Consider it as "business class" seats.
Reserved Seat (Ordinary Reserved Seat)
Your seat is reserved and secured when you book your tickets. Head to the station with a peace of mind. Seats are the same as Ordinary Seat.
Green Reserved Seat
Better seats and free blankets. Popular among Japanese business persons, executives and people who values comfortable travel. Consider it as "business class" seats.
Know as "First Class" of Shinkansen seats. Only available on Hokuriku and Tohoku Shinkansen lines. Gran Class seats comes with airline-like amenities and meals.The most expensive of all.
You can take any open seats in unreserved cars of any train on the departure date. (No departure time will be indicated on your tickets.) The best seat type if your priority is the cost and are traveling during less-crowded season/time.