Tokai Route Map

The Tokai region (東海) is a sub-region of the Chubu region in Japan and located in the center of the Japanese archipelago.
It consists of Shizuoka, Aichi, Mie, and Gifu prefectures.
Gifu Aichi
Shirakawa-goTakayamaKiso River
Gifu offers lots of Japanese traditional sights such as Shirakawa's historic villages and Takayama city and many onsen (hot springs) which contains good minerals.
Gifu Travel Guide


Nagoya CastleMiso-katsuMiso-nikomi-udon
Nagoya (名古屋) City is the Japan's fourth-largest city.
It is noted for its many automobile companies.
Inuyama castle is in Aichi.
Aichi Travel Guide


Mie Shizuoka
OdaigaharaIseMeoto rocks
There is the home of Japan's most famous ninja clan in Iga and are also some famous sights such as Kumano-kodo (Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Kii Mountain Pilgrimage Route), Ise Shrine and Suzuka known for its motor sports events.
Mie Travel Guide


AtamiMt. FujiLake Kawaguchi
Shizuoka is dotted with a number of scenic spots including Mt. Fuji, the highest mountain in Japan, and Lake Hamana.
Shizuoka Travel Guide


Fast Fact - Tokai

It includes the largest major city in the region is Nagoya and the Nagoya Metropolitan Area makes up a large portion of the region and boasts Japan's third strongest economy, many traditional sites such as Gassyo-zukuri (World Heritage Site) and hot springs in Gifu, Mt Fuji in Shizuoka.

Where do you want to go in Tokai?

How to get to and around Tokai

From Kansai international airport
Shinkansen route
Japan Railways
Highway bus route

Subway lines in Kansai
Buses in Kansai

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