, get on the Limited Express Wide View Nanki
or on the Mie ‘rapid’ train
, which is ironically much slower.
If planning to visit the Grand Shrine at Ise, this last train might be more convenient since it directly connects Nagoya to Ise
, although it is not as luxurious as the Nanki. Reserved and non-reserved cars are available on both trains.0 KM - NAGOYA station44 km - 0H55 - TSU station
A section of the track between Nagoya and Tsu is owned bya private company, Ise Railway. You will need to pay a small feeto the train conductor. (¥800)