The name does justice to the building - a highly distinctive architecture standing forty floors tall and boasting a shiny sleek curve on one side of the structure. The impressive lobby is full of artistic creations, including a large sculpture of a diamond ring that welcomes you at the entrance. The building is directly connected to Nagoya Station through “Lucent Avenue”, an award winning and art-filled underground passageway which will keep visitors entertained and inspired on their way to the tower.
Nagoya is the heart of Japan's automotive industry. Home to several major Japanese companies, including Toyota and other car related companies, Nagoya Lucent Tower has many attractive amenities. Restaurants, convenience stores, ATMs, medical facilities and wellness centers. The famous Sky Lounge, also located on the 40th floor, offers a great way to finish the day with a drink, watching the sun set over Nagoya city and Nagoya Castle.
Level 40, Nagoya Lucent Tower 6-1 Ushijima-cho Nishi-ku
From Centrair (Central Japan International Airport) : 28 min by Meitetsu to Nagoya Station.
5min walk through the direct path “Lucent Avenue” from Nagoya Station on JR Line, Meitetsu, Kintetsu, Higashiyama Line, Sakuradori Line and Aonami Line. 95 min by Shinkansen from Tokyo Station to Nagoya Station. 50 min by Shinkansen from Shin-Osaka Station to Nagoya Station.
Nagoya Station Bus Terminal (5 min walk): city route buses, Meitetsu buses, JR buses, express buses, Airport Limousine buses available.
Nagoya, capital of Japan’s Aichi Prefecture, is located at the center of Honshu (the main island of Japan). Nagoya is the heart of Japan's automotive industry, as the headquarters of Toyota and other major car companies are located here. Servcorp Nagoya Lucent Tower is located right in front of Nagoya station which is connected to the Shinkansen station and JR/subway lines. The Central Japan International Airport is also easily accessible by a direct route from Nagoya station. Nagoya sits between Tokyo and Kyoto/Osaka on the Tōkaidō Shinkansen line. It's the gateway for journeys north into the Chubu mountains, a great place for day trips.
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JR Central Towers