Tsurumai Line Nagoya Subway 鶴舞線, 名古屋地下鉄
The Tsurumai Line of the Nagoya subway runs east-west from Kami Otai Station to Akaike Station with connections to Inuyama from Kami Otai and Toyota from Akaike.
The Tsurumai Line (鶴舞線) is one of the six main subway lines of the Nagoya subway system. It runs east to west from Kami Otai (T01) to Akaike (T20).
The Tsurumai Line is one of the six main subway lines of the Nagoya subway system. A full list of stations and further information can be found here.
The Tsurumai Line is a real work horse of the Nagoya metro as it funnels commuters and shoppers in to central Nagoya from the large dormitory towns of Inuyama and Toyota. It continues from Akaike as the Meitetsu Toyota Line to Toyota. From Kami Otai the Tsurumai Line continues as the Meitetsu Inuyama Line to Inuyama.
Parts of the Tsurumai Line first opened in 1977. The main interchange stations on the Tsurumai Line are Fushimi (for Nagoya Station), Marunouchi, Kamimaezu (for Sakae), Gokiso and Yagoto.
Tsurumai Line Stations
There are twenty stations on the Tsurumai Line. From west to east they are: Kami Otai, Shonai Ryokuchi Koen, Shonai-dori, Joshin, Sengen-cho, Marunouchi, Fushimi, Osu Kannon, Kamimaezu, Tsurumai, Arahata, Gokiso, Kawana, Irinaka, Yagoto, Shiogama-guchi, Ueda, Hara, Hirabari and Akaike.
Accommodation in Nagoya
The main places to stay in Nagoya are in and around JR Nagoya Station and in nearby Fushimi and Sakae. The area around Kanayama Station on the JR, Meitetsu and subway lines also has a cluster of hotels. Some recommended places to stay in Nagoya include the Hilton Hotel in Fushimi, the upmarket Nagoya Kanko Hotel and the Hotel Mielparque near Chikusa Station.