Travel to Tsu

By plane

Chubu Airport is connected to Tsu by a ferry service. From the port there is a direct bus to Tsu station, costing �200. Taxis also queue at the port.

By train

Tsu is on the Kintetsu Nagoya Line between Yokkaichi and Ise starting at Nagoya. Its main station (Tsu Eki) serves both Kintetsu and Japan Rail (JR) trains. A basic ticket between Nagoya and Tsu costs �980 on the Kintetsu line. In the north there is the smaller Kintetsu Edobashi Edobashi Eki) station, which is where most students get off for the university, while the south is served by Kintetsu Tsu-Shinmachi (Tsushinmachi Eki). Travellers can alight at any of the three stations for the same fare. JR also have separate local stations around the city. 'Limited express' trains call only at Tsu, and a supplementary charge is imposed.

Tsu is also on a direct line to Osaka; for Kyoto travellers should take the Kintetsu line and change at Yamato-Yagi