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Saturday, January 29, 2011

Ueda Station Nagoya


Ueda Station is three stops west of Akaike Station on the Tsurumai Line of Nagoya subway.

Ueda Station Nagoya

The area around the station includes a 24-hour supermarket, a sushi restaurant, branches of the Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ and Sumitomo-Mitsui banks, and a number of bars, cafes and izakaya.

Ueda Station Nagoya Aichi

Ueda Station has full wheelchair access and a charged bicycle parking lot. Just up the hill behind the station is the super sento Ten no Yu (now closed). Ueda Station opened in 1978.

Buses from Ueda run to Shiogamaguchi, Kitaotsubo, Nonami, Tenpaku Post Office, and Hoshigaoka.

Ueda Station Nagoya Aichi
Ueda Station, Nagoya

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1 comment:

  1. I remember passing Ueda Station many times on the Tsurumai Line in Nagoya, but never had the chance or thought of getting off to check it out. Looks quite an interesting place with lots to do.


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