Central Japan Airport
Located in Tokoname, in the Aichi Prefecture of central Japan, Central Japan International Airport (usually abbreviated to Centrair) is built on an artificial island in Ise Bay. The primary transport hub for the Chûbu (central) region of Japan, the facility is modern and spacious with all the high-tech amenities you'd expect from a major Japanese airport (including a Relaxation Plaza with a soothing bath house).
Central Japan International Airport is a busy facility serving 12 million people each year, and makes a convenient gateway to Japan with high-speed rail links to Kyoto and Shizuoka. Flights to Central Japan International Airport are available from many cities throughout Asia, and a few major airports in Europe like Frankfurt and Helsinki.
The parking garage at Central Japan International Airport is connected to the terminal by covered walkways. Fees are ¥300 per hour up to ¥1,500 per day, with the first 30 minutes free.
Flights to Central Japan International Airport are available on Air China, Cathay Pacific, Lufthansa, Asiana Airlines, Delta Airlines, Korean Air, Continental Airlines, Thai Airways International, Etihad Airways, Finnair, Singapore Airlines, and Vietnam Airways.
Central Japan International Airport offers free wifi throughout the terminal.
The airport has a business centre with phone, fax, copying and binding services as well as two conference rooms; the centre also offers translators for international meetings.
Central Japan Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.