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There are various means of transportation to get to Genji-koh. We will introduce each of them together. Find the transportation method that suits your travel style!

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Where is Genji-koh? Introduction of charm

Genji-koh, a ryokan with a spectacular view of Ise Bay, is located in Minamichita, Aichi Prefecture, and is themed around the Tale of Genji and scents. This inn has many attractions, including an open-air bath with a view of Ise Bay and kaiseki cuisine that uses luxurious ingredients from the sea and the mountains.

How to get from Nagoya Station to Genji-koh by train

From Meitetsu Nagoya Station, take the Meitetsu Kowa Line to Kowa station in about 50 minutes. There are no transfers, so you can easily get there without getting lost. One-way fare is 950 yen per adult.

There is a free shuttle bus from Kowa station to Genji-koh. Advance reservations are required for this.

How to get to Genji-koh by car

If you want to enjoy a leisurely drive, we recommend a car. We will show you how to get there from 3 locations: Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya.

[Tokyo] Tomei Expressway (approx. 3 hours 40 minutes) → Nagoya Minami JCT → Chita Peninsula Road (approx. 25 minutes) → Minami Chita IC → (approx. 15 minutes) Genji-koh

[Osaka] Meishin Expressway (approx. 45 minutes) → Kusatsu JCT → Shin-Meishin Expressway (approx. 1 hour 15 minutes) → Obu IC → Chita Peninsula Road (approx. 25 minutes) → Minamichita IC → (approx. 15 minutes) Genji-koh

[Nagoya] Meinikan (approx. 5 minutes) → Kamisha JCT → Meinikan (approx. 15 minutes) → Chita Peninsula Road (approx. 25 minutes) → Minamichita IC → (approx. 15 minutes) Genji-koh

NEXCO Central Japan: Driver's Site | Expressway and expressway information is NEXCO Central Japan (c-nexco.co.jp)

NEXCO West Japan: NEXCO West Japan Expressway/Traffic Information Congestion/Road Closure Information (w-nexco.co.jp)

How to get to Genji-koh by plane

Introducing the way of life from Genji-koh Centrair International Airport to Genjika.

When you arrive at the airport, first follow the signs to Meitetsu Chubu International Airport Station.

Please refer to the liquid information signs at the airport.

Take the train from Chubu Centrair International Airport Station and transfer to the Kowa Line at Otagawa Station.

Get off at the last stop, Kowa station. There is a free shuttle bus from Kowa station to Genji-koh. Advance reservations are required, so please be sure to contact us.

[Pick-up] 14:35, 15:35, 16:35

[Delivery] 9:00, 10:25

Find the transportation method that suits your travel style!

We introduced various means of transportation.

Many people may have the impression that Minamichita is far away, but you can easily come!

Please come to Genji-koh to feel the extraordinary.

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Through the deep and tranquil world of incense that reminds us of the hospitality and elegance of scent, Genji-koh is an inn that reminds you of the elegance of the era of The Tale of Genji. Our inn is Japan's first Japanese-style inn with a scent-themed theme. Awakening the forgotten peace of mind. You can feel the comfort of incense everywhere in your room and throughout the hotel.

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