Chuo Main Line Nagoya-Nakatsugawa

Chuo Main Line Nagoya-Nakatsugawa: read a guide to the Chuo Main Line and the 20 stations between Nagoya Station and Nakatsugawa Station.

Tajimi is a pleasant town with a long history of ceramic production, in particular, sake cups and flasks. Tajimi's attractions include Honmachi Oribe Street, the commercial center of Tajimi's ceramics business since the Meiji Period and Kokeizan Eihoji Temple, an historic Zen temple with a beautiful garden. Eihoji Temple was founded in 1313 and is still a practicing monastery for young Zen priests. Museums connected with ceramics in the area include the striking Tajimi Mosaic Tile Museum and the Museum of Modern Ceramic Art (MOMCA). At Tajimi Station the Chuo Main Line connects with the Taita Line, a small railway line linking Tajimi Station with Mino-Ota via Koizumi, Nemoto, Hime, Shimogiri, Kani (connects with the Meitetsu Line) and Mino Kawai.

Tajimi Station

Tajimi Station

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