Nagoya Chubu Centrair International Airport, Japan (NGO)

Last updated:
September 20, 2022

General information

Chubu Centrair International Airport is an international airport on an artificial island in Ise Bay, Tokoname City in Aichi Prefecture, 35 km (22 mi) south of Nagoya in central Japan.

Centrair is classified as a first class airport and is the main international gateway for the Chubu ("central") region of Japan. The name "Centrair" (γ‚»γƒ³γƒˆγƒ¬γ‚’, Sentorea) is an abbreviation of Central Japan International Airport, an alternate translation used in the English name of the airport's operating company, Central Japan International Airport Co., Ltd. 10.2 million people used the airport in 2015, ranking 8th busiest in the nation, and 208,000 tons of cargo was moved in 2015.

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How many airports are there in Nagoya?

Two airports, Nagoya Airport may refer to one of two airports serving in Nagoya, Japan: ChΕ«bu Centrair International Airport, also known as ChΕ«bu Airport. Nagoya Airfield, formerly known as Nagoya Airport, also known as Komaki Airport.

Is Nagoya near Tokyo or Osaka?

The city of Nagoya is about 340km west of Tokyo, roughly three quarters of the way to Kyoto. It's the fourth most populous urban area in Japan, and the bustling capital of Aichi Prefecture. Here's how to get from Tokyo to Nagoya and backβ€”and why you should visit.

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Map of Nagoya Chubu Centrair International Airport. Source:
Map of Nagoya Chubu Centrair International Airport. Source:
Map of Nagoya Chubu Centrair International Airport. Source:
Map of Nagoya Chubu Centrair International Airport. Source:

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Most common questions

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How many international airports does Japan have?

How Many Airports Does Japan Have? There are 5 international airports in Japan (read more about Japan's international airports in the next section) and 24 local airports that operate domestic flights, totaling 29 airports located across its four main islands and smaller islands.

What is the name of Nagoya Airport?

Chubu Centrair International Airport, Nagoya.

Where should I go first time in Japan?

As a first timer in Japan, you should definitely visit the main tourist spots like Tokyo, Kyoto and/or Osaka. In addition, you can also visit some isolated areas such as some the beautiful islands like Hokkaido and Okinawa!

How many days do you need in Japan?

7 to 10 days are ideal for first time visitors to Japan. You wouldn't be able to see all around Japan, but it is possible to pick best highlights of the country.

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