Aichi International School is located in central Nagoya within easy access of many transportation facilities, just fifteen minutes on foot from Hoshigaoka station, on the Higashiyama subway line, or ten minutes by car from the Nagoya Exit of the Tomei/Meishin Expressways.

By subway

15 mins walk from Hoshigaoka station (exit #5) on the Higashiyama Line.

By bus

5 mins by bus from Hoshigaoka Bus Terminal bound for Irinaka.

Timetables to and from the nearest bus stop (Nishiyama Elementary School) can be found below: bus schedule 1 (pdf), bus schedule 2 (pdf), bus schedule 3 (pdf).

Please refer to the Nagoya City public transportation website for further information.

By car

From the Nagoya exit of the Tomei, Meihan or Nagoya Daini Kanjo expressways, drive approx. 2km towards central Nagoya along Higashiyama Road. Turn left at Uchikoshi intersection (Shell gasoline stand on corner), and travel approx. 850m to Nijigaoka Park. Turn right and drive up to AIS located at the far side of the park.


Nijigaoka 3-4, Meito Ward, Nagoya (Ph. 052-788-2255) -see map below


The area surrounding the school is a quiet residential district, and the lush vegetation of the park in front of the school makes for a relaxed atmosphere. The school is within 10 minutes walk of one of Nagoya’s newest shopping complexes. Hoshigaoka is located just outside of the city center, and is a relatively exclusive residential area, as well as a suburb of Nagoya’s Chikusa ward.

About the Nagoya region

With over two million inhabitants, Nagoya is Japan’s fourth most populated city after Tokyo, Osaka and Yokohama. It is located in the center of Honshu (the main island of Japan), and it developed as the castle town of the country of Owari, one of the three branches of the ruling Tokugawa Shogun family during the Edo Period (1603-1868). Nagoya is one of the main metropolitan and industrial centers of Japan. As such, the Toyota Motor Corporation maintains its headquarters just outside of Nagoya.

Nijigaoka 3-4 Meito-ku Nagoya-city Aichi