The Nagoya Nikko Shoken building is located in Sakae, the heart of Nagoya's commercial and financial district. Built along Nagoya's most vibrant boulevard, Hirokoji street, this location is one of Nagoya's best business addresses. To add to its reputation, the area is also extremely convenient. With the Tokyu Inn Hotel, Nagoya International Hotel, restaurants, convenience stores, department stores and the famous Maruzen bookstore located close to the building, this location is highly reputable as a Nagoya business address.
Sakae Station is Nagoya's second biggest train station and can be reached within a five minutes' walk from the Nagoya Nikko Shoken building. Fushimi station is at only a ten minutes walk and just 1 stop from Nagoya Station which offers access to the Shinkansen platforms. From there, Tokyo is only a 1.5 hour train ride away.
From Centrair (Central Japan International Airport): 28 min by Meitetsu Line to Nagoya Station, 5 min by Higashiyama Line from Nagoya Station to Sakae Station.
1 min walk from Maruei Exit of Sakae Station on City Subway Higashiyama Line
10 min walk from Exit 4 of Fushimi Station on City Subway Higashiyama Line
95 min by Shinkansen from Tokyo Station to Nagoya Station
50 min by Shinkansen from Shin-Osaka Station to Nagoya Station
10 min by Taxi from Nagoya Station
City Bus: Hirokoji-Honmachi Bus Stop (1 min walk): MEIEKI16/ SAKAE13/NAKAJUNKAI. Hirokoji-Sakae Bus Stop (1 min walk): SAKAE758.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
Recommended lunch places:
ATSUTA HOURAIKEN (Japanese)
Tel +81 52 264 3825
YAMAMOTOYA SOHONKE (Japanese)
Tel +81 52 241 5617
Tel +81 52 251 9531
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