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Distance from Nagano-shi to Tokyo

Distance from Nagano-shi to Tokyo

Distance between Nagano-shi and Tokyo is 173 kilometers (107 miles).

Driving distance from Nagano-shi to Tokyo is 241 kilometers (150 miles).

107 miles

150 miles

Distance Map Between Nagano-shi and Tokyo How far is it between Nagano-shi and Tokyo

Nagano-shi is located in Japan with (36.6514,138.1811) coordinates and Tokyo is located in Japan with (35.6895,139.6917) coordinates. The calculated flying distance from Nagano-shi to Tokyo is equal to 107 miles which is equal to 173 km.

If you want to go by car, the driving distance between Nagano-shi and Tokyo is 241.13 km. If you ride your car with an average speed of 112 kilometers/hour (70 miles/h), travel time will be 02 hours 09 minutes. Please check the avg. speed travel time table on the right for various options.

Difference between fly and go by a car is 68 km.

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Distance Nagano-shi → Tokyo - Air line, driving route, midpoint

Distance from Nagano-shi to Tokyo Extended route information

The shortest distance (air line) between Nagano-shi and Tokyo is 107.19 mi ( 172.50 km ) .

The shortest route between Nagano-shi and Tokyo is according to the route planner. The driving time is approx. . Half of the trip is reached in .

Bearing: 127.82° (SE)

The initial bearing on the course from Nagano-shi to Tokyo is 127.82° and the compass direction is SE.

The geographic midpoint between Nagano-shi and Tokyo is in 53.59 mi ( 86.25 km ) distance between both points in a bearing of 127.82°. It is located in Japan, Gunma, Fujioka (日本, 群馬県, 藤岡市).

Time difference: 0h

Nagano-shi and Tokyo are both in the same time zone Asia/Tokyo.

How is the distance calculated?

To calculate the distance between Nagano-shi and Tokyo, the place names are converted into coordinates (latitude and longitude). The respective geographic centre is used for cities, regions and countries. To calculate the distance the Haversine formula is applied.

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Tokyo - Nagano Line

tokyo to nagano

Tokyo - Nagano Line(東京 - 長野線) is a Japanese highway bus line between Tokyo and Nagano City.

;Shinjuku - Zenkoji ( Keio Bus , Kawanakajima Bus ): Shinjuku Station West Entrance ( Shinjuku Highway Bus Terminal ) - Nagano Station , Hotel Kokusai 21;Ikebukuro - Yanagihara ( Seibu Bus , Nagaden Bus ): Ikebukuro Station East Entrance - Nagano Station , Yanagihara

* July 1 , 1961 - A bus line between Shibuya Station and Nagano Station was opened.

* June 30 , 1971 - Disused because passengers decreased.

*1992 - Shinjuku - Nagano Line was opened. At first, serviced as a member of " Chuo Kosoku Bus ", via Chuo Expressway .

* December 6 , 1996 - Ikebukuro - Nagano Line was Opened.

*1997 - Shinjuku - Nagano Line, changeed to via Joshin'etsu Expressway , be not called "Chuo Kosku Bus"。

* December 1 , 2003 - The system of Shinjuku, extended to Hotel Kokusai 21.

*August, 2005 - 新宿系統、善光寺大門経由に変更、池袋系統、川越的場バスストップ停車開始。

* October 1 , 2006 - 新宿系統、川中島古戦場停車開始。

* June 29 , 2007 - 新宿系統、下り便に深夜帯運行便を新設。(新宿駅21:10発→長野駅0:47着)

* August 1 , 2007 - 池袋系統、サンシャイン プリンスホテル 乗り入れ廃止。

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Shinjuku(Tokyo) ⇔ Nagano(Nagano), Express Bus to Nagano, Transportation, ALPICO GROUP Official Website (English)

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Shinjuku(Tokyo) Nagano(Nagano)

To Nagano To Shinjuku

○Children below the age of 6, if accompanied by an adult and not occupying a seat, will be free of charge.

Not more than two children will be carried free of charge for any one adult.

○Cancelation policy: 100 yen for cancelation fee will be charged before journey. After departure you reserved will be charged 100% cancellation fee.

*Cancelation due to the delay of flight will be charged 100 yen for cancelation fee.

○Passengers who are not at the bus stop after scheduled departure time are not guaranteed a seat assignment.

○The bus schedule may be adjusted subject to traffic and weather conditions without prior notice to passengers.

○Smoking on buses is strictly prohibited.

○Pets are not allowed on bus and trunk.

○ Please check this link for more information

○Child:Aged 6 to 12

○Infant:Children below the age of 6, if accompanied by an adult and not occupying a seat, will be free of charge. Please buy a child ticket if you need seat occupation.

Shinjuku BusTerminal(busta-shinjyuku) Nagano Station Access from the International Airport From Narita Airport From Haneda Airport

Nagano Prefecture is a charming land with national tresures such as the sacred highland Kamikochi, and the Matsumoto Castle. The 18th winter Olympics, known as the Nagano Winter Olympics was even held here, making it an international city offering excitement to the world.


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How much does it cost to travel from Tokyo to Nagano, City-Cost

How much does it cost to travel from Tokyo to Nagano?

For those outside of Japan, the name ‘Nagano’ is probably easiest to associate with the Winter Olympics and Paralympics of 1998. An area doesn’t get to host such a spectacle without good reason, and Nagano Prefecture can justly claim to be one of Japan’s best playgrounds for winter sports and all things outdoors. The city of Nagano is the prefectural capital. Well served by Shinkansen from Tokyo, getting to Nagano, the city, is a breeze from the Japanese capital. The city’s most celebrated landmark is probably Zenkō-ji (善光寺), a 7th century Buddhist temple that outdates the city surrounding it. Along with Matsumoto, Nagano city is likely to be a stop on itineraries taking in the outdoor delights of this part of Japan. Here we try to answer the question; How much does it cost to get there from Tokyo? (All fares listed in Japanese Yen, to be taken as a guide only. These things are subject to change and many variables)

Nagano seems close enough to Tokyo to make going by train the natural first consideration.

Shinkansen to Nagano

One of the great things about getting yourself (or your town, rather) host of an Olympics is that you get all sorts of money and investment thrown into improving transport links. This was true of Nagano, which saw the first Shinkansen from Tokyo arrive in 1997, just in time for the Winter Olympics the following year. Nagano is served by the Hokuriku Shinkansen, which can be broken down (not literally we hope) into three train types: Kagayaki, Hakutata and Asama.

Kagayaki trains are the fastest Shinkansen to Nagano from Tokyo. The table below lists the fares. As you can see, there is little difference in price or time between each of the services. Kagayaki trains have no 'unreserved' seat option.

It's also possible to board all of the above Hokuriku Shinkansen at Ueno and Omiya (Saitama) Stations.

The Japan Rail Pass is valid for travel on the above Shinkansen from Tokyo to Nagano.

Express trains to Nagano

Without using Shinkansen, it’s possible to reach Nagano from Tokyo (the city) in around four hours. The most convenient services depart from Shinjuku Station.

Two routes to consider …

1) Shinjuku (JR) - (Limited Express Azusa) - Shiojiri - (Limited Express Shinano) - Nagano

2) Shinjuku (JR) - (Limited Express Azusa) - Matsumoto - (Limited Express Shinano) - Nagano

Both the Limited Express Azusa and Limited Express Shinano trains have a number of seat options. Prices from Shinjuku to Nagano are the same, and the difference in journey times is negligible. The table lists the total journey cost for both routes.

Local trains to Nagano

Taking only local trains from Tokyo (station) to Nagano could reduce journey costs to around 5,000 yen. However, journey times would be increased to between six and seven hours. For some 2,000 yen more travellers could board an unreserved Shinkansen and be in Nagano within two hours. Those on a very tight budget should consider making use of the seasonal Seishun 18 Kippu (青春18きっぷ), which allows for a day's worth of travel on local trains for an average cost of 2,370 yen.

Buses to Nagano

How much does it cost by bus from Tokyo to Nagano?

Willer Express run a number of bus services between Tokyo and Nagano. From Tokyo, most services depart from Shinjuku's Busta Bus Terminal at Shinjuku Station. These are day services with journey times of around 4.5 hours. Buses stop at Nagano Station.

Below is an example of the seat fares on Willer Express buses services from Tokyo to Nagano

RELAX[NEW] - 2,500 yen

RELAX[NEW](2seats) - 3,000 yen

Alpico run express bus services between Shinjuku and Nagano station. Journey times are under four hours. Fares are seasonal ranging from

Keio Bus run a similar service with fares at 3,200 yen at the time of research. We started our search on their homepage (Japanese) before being redirected to to complete bookings. Try the English-language to make similar bookings.

We could find no flights from Tokyo to Nagano (city). At this kind distance flying between the two cities would make little sense anyway. The 'major' airport servicing the prefecture of Nagano is Matsumoto's Shinshu Matsumoto Airport (MMJ) which is around 8km southwest of downtown Matsumoto. Buses from the airport to Matsumoto Bus Terminal cost around 600 yen. From Matsumoto Station to Nagano Station JR Shinonoi Line trains take our 1 hr 10 mins / 1,140 yen. Alternatively, the Limited Express Shinano takes 50 mins with a reserved seat price of 2,840 yen.

Driving from Tokyo to Nagano

The drive from Tokyo to Nagano will cost around 5,000 yen in highway tolls (NEXCO). Between highway junctions the driving time is around three hours (this doesn't take into account the time required to negotiate getting through both cities). Expect to pay up to 20,000 yen for a 12-hr pick up Tokyo / drop off Nagano rent-a-car (basic kei-car).

Have you ever made the journey from Tokyo to Nagano? How did you do it? How much did it cost? Share your tips and advice in the comments.

See our ‘How Much | Travel’ series for more destinations and the cost of travel from Tokyo and beyond.

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