- published: 09 Jun 2014
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Central Japan International Airport and Nagoya are just 28 minutes away from each other via the Nagoya Railroad (Meitetsu). Connections can be made from Nagoya Station to the Shinkansen bullet train, JR, Kintetsu, and Nagoya subway lines; and from Kanayama Station to the JR and Nagoya subway lines. Barrier-free access is available between the Central Japan International Airport Station and the Passenger Terminal Building.
Paul Akers explains how to catch the train at the Nagoya Airport. If you like this video, give it a thumbs up & subscribe to our channel. Paul Akers is an entrepreneur, business owner, author, speaker, & Lean maniac. He has written several books on Lean and he travels the world to educate & speak about Lean principles, Lean manufacturing and Lean Health. Paul has a weekly podcast called The American Innovator where he shares about Lean & his travel adventures. For more information on Paul Akers and Lean, visit his website. http://paulakers.net/ He is the founder and president of FastCap, based in Ferndale, WA. FastCap is an international product development company founded in 1997 with over 2000 distributors worldwide. At its core, FastCap is a Lean company, determined to continuously ...
Meitetsu is a major private railway company operating around Nagoya, Japan. Meitetsu is famous for its red trains. Trains are seen between Jingu-Mae station and Kanayama station.
Last April, we travelled to Japan via Nagoya Airport. Typically, flights from Manila to Nagoya are way cheaper than Manila to Osaka or Tokyo so we opted for this route. Aside from Kintetsu Railway, there are other ways to get to Osaka from Nagoya. You can take a bus via Willer Express or Shinkansen via Japan Railway. The fastest is via Shinkansen but it was way too expensive. Considering the reason we opted for Nagoya airport, we probably would have spent more if we took Shinkansen rather than take a direct flight to Osaka. Willer express is cheaper (but will take roughly 3-4 hrs per their website) but I was iffy about taking taking this route because it was our first time in Japan, I was not confident I could find the bus station in the streets of Nagoya. LOL The Kintetsu Pass is valid...
P&O Cruises' "Adonia" returned to Southampton on Wednesday 3rd April 2013 following her long voyage down South which she began in January. Unusually she was docked at the 'Ocean' Terminal instead of her usual berth at the 'Mayflower' Terminal. After her turnaround, "Adonia" departed for Lisbon at around 16:45 once the Hapag-Lloyd container ship "Nagoya Express" had sailed past heading for Antwerp having departed at 15:30 assisted by the tugs "Svitzer Bristol" & "Sviter Bentley".
New York Container Ship Spotting - Video 8 of 9 The 8750 TEU Hapag Lloyd container ship Nagoya Express sails under the Verrazano Narrows Bridge as it enters New York harbour, bound for Newark, NJ. IMO Number: 9450428 Flag / Nationality: Germany Operator: Hapag Lloyd Completion Year: 2010 / 02 Maximum TEU Capacity: 8750 Maximum Speed (Kn): 24.1 Overall Length (M): 335.00 Overall Beam (M): 42.80 Maximum Draught (M): 14.50 Deadweight (Ton): 103648 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 93750 Filmed at 4:45pm, Thursday June 19, 2014 at Brooklyn / Bay Ridge, NY.
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