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Nagoya
Port of Entry
34°58.694'N, 136°48.521'E Chart icon.png
lat=34.97823 | lon=136.80868 | zoom=9 | y


As of 2015, 2.28 million people lived in Nagoya, the center of Japan's third-largest metropolitan region.

Charts

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952 - Miki Saki to Omae Saki, including Ise wan

Weather

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Sources for Weather forecasts:

Passages

See Japan.

Islands

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Key to symbols: |Island icon – island |Port of entry icon – port of entry |Harbour icon – harbour |Marina icon – marina |Anchorage icon – anchorage |Needs data icon – needs data ||
  • Island1Island1/wiki/Island1 Island icon – island |Port of entry icon – port of entry |Harbour icon – harbour |Marina icon – marina |Anchorage icon – anchorage |Needs data icon – needs data |
  • Island2Island2/wiki/Island2 Island icon – island |Port of entry icon – port of entry |Harbour icon – harbour |Marina icon – marina |Anchorage icon – anchorage |Needs data icon – needs data |

Communication

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Also see World Cruiser's Nets.

Navigation

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Entrance

Nagoya is a port of entry for the Japan. For details see Entrance: Japan.

Berthing

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Marinas & Yacht Clubs

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  • [[Marina1]]
  • [[Marina2]]

Anchorages

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  • [[large Anchorage1]]
  • [[large Anchorage1]]

Amenities

Facilities
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Toilets ?
Showers ?
Laundry ?
Garbage ?
Supplies
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Chandlers ?
Services
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Internet ?
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Provisioning

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Eating out

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Transportation

  • Nagoya is served by Chūbu Centrair International Airport (NGO), built on an artificial island in Tokoname. The airport has international flights and a high volume of domestic flights.
  • Nagoya Station, the world's largest train station by floor area, is on the Tōkaidō Shinkansen line, the Tōkaidō Main Line, and the Chūō Main Line, among others.

Tourism

History

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Places to Visit

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Friends

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Forums

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Links

References

See Japan.

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