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The closest Shinkansen stations are [[Toyohashi]], [[Mikawa-Anjo]] and [[Nagoya]], with Nagoya having the fastest connections to Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka.  
 
The closest Shinkansen stations are [[Toyohashi]], [[Mikawa-Anjo]] and [[Nagoya]], with Nagoya having the fastest connections to Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka.  
 
Toyota's main train station is called Toyota-shi, and approximately one hour from any of the Shinkansen stations, requiring changing trains at least once.
 
Toyota's main train station is called Toyota-shi, and approximately one hour from any of the Shinkansen stations, requiring changing trains at least once.
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===By train===
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The most direct route to Toyota city is to take the JR Chuo Line from Nagoya city to Kozoji.  Change to the Aichi Loop Line  and take that to Toyota.  Be warned that the Aichi Line only runs about once or twice an hour.
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==Get around==
 
==Get around==
Toyota is, untypical for Japan, a car city with a very good road network and very sparse public transportation.  
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Toyota is, atypical for Japan, a car city with a very good road network and very sparse public transportation. Which is actually quite fitting, considering Toyota is a popular car brand!
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'''Rickey's''' (on the 1st floor of the multi-purpose [http://www.vits-toyota-town.com/ Vits building] 100 m south of Toyotashi station, open until 2am) is the only Western pub in town, and as such usually well-frequented by locals and Toyota expats from all over the world.
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'''Rickey's''' (on the 1st floor of the multi-purpose Vits building [http://www.vits-toyota-town.com/] 100 m south of Toyotashi station, open until 2AM) is the only Western pub in town, and as such usually well-frequented by locals and Toyota expats from all over the world.
 
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Latest revision as of 10:42, 6 November 2011

Toyota is a city in Aichi in Japan, close to Nagoya. Toyota is - unsurprisingly - the seat of the headquarter of the namesake car company and several car factories.

It was in fact named after the car company (and not the other way round).

Get in[edit]

Toyota is rather difficult to reach by public transport. Despite being close to the Tokaido-Shinkansen, it has no Shinkansen station, and it does not even have direct connections to nearby Shinkansen stations. The closest Shinkansen stations are Toyohashi, Mikawa-Anjo and Nagoya, with Nagoya having the fastest connections to Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka. Toyota's main train station is called Toyota-shi, and approximately one hour from any of the Shinkansen stations, requiring changing trains at least once.

By train[edit]

The most direct route to Toyota city is to take the JR Chuo Line from Nagoya city to Kozoji. Change to the Aichi Loop Line and take that to Toyota. Be warned that the Aichi Line only runs about once or twice an hour.

Get around[edit]

Toyota is, atypical for Japan, a car city with a very good road network and very sparse public transportation. Which is actually quite fitting, considering Toyota is a popular car brand!

See[edit][add listing]

There is a really nice bridge that looks like it is constructed out of dinosaur bones. It makes for some interesting pictures and a nice stroll in the afternoon.

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Rickey's (on the 1st floor of the multi-purpose Vits building [1] 100 m south of Toyotashi station, open until 2AM) is the only Western pub in town, and as such usually well-frequented by locals and Toyota expats from all over the world.

Sleep[edit][add listing]

Contact[edit]

Get out[edit]

Routes through Toyota
YokkaichiNagoya-Minami
Toyoake ←
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END  W noframe E  SetoMino
into Meishin ExpwyNagoya  W noframe E  OkazakiHamamatsu




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