Don’t miss the last train – to and From Mizuho Stadium, Nagoya

For more tips and tricks for the Central Coast Mariners v Nagoya Grampus Eight go here.

Getting back to Kyoto or Osaka without being stranded

Thankfully the game starts at 7:00pm, so will end around 9:00pm. The last (and only) Shinkansen back to Kyoto and Shin-Osaka for JR Rail Pass holders after the game are:

  • Nagoya 22:09, Kyoto 23:02, Shin-Osaka 23:16 (Hikari 531)
  • Nagoya 22:17, Kyoto 2:12, Shin-Osaka 23:26 (Kodama 683)

Sakuradori Subway Line trains leave Mizuhounojonishi Station to Nagoya every 8 minutes. The latest trains to catch to be able to catch the Shinkansen are 21:40 (for the Hikari) and 21:48 for the Kodama.

Getting to Mizuho Stadium from JR Nagoya

You might be surprised to learn that access to the Mizuho Stadium is relatively easy. The simplest option I can see is:

  • Get to JR Nagoya station;
  • Take Sakuradori (No 6) to Mizuhoundojonishi (Mizuho Stadium). Y260, 20 minutes.
  • Take any of the east exits and turn east to follow the main road that branches off Sakura Dori, for about a ten minute walk.
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About TonyJ2

I live in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. I started writing stories about my trips to Japan largely to be able to print them out for my Mum to read. Now it has got a bit out of control. After nine trips, 100+ posts and another 200 in rough draft, my irregular postings on Having a Ball in Japan will go on for a few years yet. Having a Ball in Japan is not just a bunch of travel photos, and picks up my interests in the history and culture of Japan, emergency services and disaster management, as well as hours travelling by railways big, small and tiny. Awareness to Action takes the emergency services and disaster management theme deeper into experience and resilience. Effectively Awareness to Action is my professional blog. My partner and I have been lucky enough to do a fair bit of travel both in Australia and overseas. Escaping the Nest chronicles our times in United States, France, The Netherlands, Belgium, Italy and soon to be Ireland. Tony
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