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Eun Jung's Sister!!! EUNJUNGS!!! OH NO!!!

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Mie Maybe?

transportation from nagoya to mie-ken I want to visit my husband,he is working in mie-ken.I want to know how to get there from nagoya airport.I'm using visitor's visa,how is the procedure when I arrive at the airport? by sisi 2004/7/31 .. To go to Mie Prefecture from Nagoya Airport, take the airport bus to Nagoya Station. From Nagoya, Japan Railway and Kintetsu Railway operate train lines to Mie Prefecture. It depends where in Mie you want to go. I'm using visitor's visa,how is the procedure when I arrive at the airport? It depends on your nationality. Assuming you do not need a visa, you just pass immigration by showing your passport.

How do I get to Mie?



Local Map: Closer Farther Directions to Our Hotel: From JR Hiroshima Station: South exit, take the orange-1 tram (the Hiroshima Harbour direction). Get off at Chuden-mae (11th stop). From Hiroshima I.C. of the Sanyo Expressway: Drive off to the downtown direction. Route 54, about 9km. Cross Peace Ave. On your left. From Hiroshima Airport: Take the airport limousine and go to Hiroshima Station or Hiroshima Bus Center, about 50 minutes. About 10 minute walk from the bus center or take the 1 or 3 tram (the Hiroshima Harbour direction) or 7 tram and get off at Chuden-mae.

Fukuoka Hotel

Chisan Hakata Hotel Address : 2-8-11 Hakata-Ekimae, Hakata-ku Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture Japan Hotel Location : City Country : Japan From 58 US$ (incl. taxes & service charge) Traveler Review : Asiarooms Rating : Superior Check Rates Overview Location Room Facilities Reviews [ More Pictures ] The beauty of the changing seasons blends in harmoniously with the traditional culture of Hakata. Chisan Hotel Hakata's closest station is JR Hakata Station, the gateway to the Kyushu Region. All Rates are availabl

JR Pass other information

Helpful Infomation for JR Travel Indications of station names All JR stations display station names in both Japanese and Roman letters in their platforms. A given station's name in the top center of the signboard, in large letters; the names of the previous station and next staion are at the bottom of the signboard, in smalller letters. Public telephone inside trains Shinkansen and some limited express trains are equipped with public telephone, which allow use of a "Telephone Card"(magnetic prepaid card). Telephone cards can be purchased aboard trains or at a station kiosk. Usefu