The Hightech History of Maglev Trains at the SCMAGLEV and Railway Park
Central Japan Railways—which operates throughout the heart of Japan and the company that created the Tokaido Shinkansen bullet train—presents their Railway Museum. Experience the history of trains in Japan starting with steam engine locomotives, electric railcars, the orginal bullet trains and the superconducting maglev trains set to debut in 2027. The museum also plays host to Japan's largest railway diorama and several train simulators—regular and bullet— that guests can enjoy.
3-2-2 Kinjofuto, Minato-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi 455-0848
Take the Nagoya Rinkai Rapid Transit Aonami-sen at platform 1 or 2 to Kinjo-futo. From Nagoya to Kinjo-futo takes about 24 minutes. It is about 2 minute-walk from the station. There are signboards which tell you how to get to SCMaglev and Railway Park.
|Holidays||Spring Break, Golden Week, every Tuesday outside of summer break, 12/28–1/1|
Entrance cash only Shops and Food: Visa, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX, Diners Club
|Supported languages||English, Chinese Korean, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese audio guides|
Adults ¥1000 Children ¥500 Preschool ¥200
|Travel time||1–2 hours|
|Websites||Aichi Nowhttps://www.aichi-now.jp/en/spots/detail/5/ Official Site http://museum.jr-central.co.jp/en/ Nagoya Infohttp://www.nagoya-info.jp/en/see/facilities/scmaglev_and_railway_park.html|