Places in Iga

Iga is roughly in the center of the Japanese islands.

It is located just between the cities of Osaka and Nagoya and is approximately a 90 minute drive from the Kansai International Airport. It is also about a 110 minute drive from the Chubu Centrair International Airport.

It has also flourished as a cultural crossroad since ancient times, with the Kiyomizu-dera and Kinkaku-ji temples in Kyoto, the Ise Grand Shrine in Ise, and Kashikojhima Island, where the Ise-Shima Summit has previously been held.

Places in Iga

Access to Iga

It is very convenient to get around in Iga.

For access from Osaka, Kyoto, and Nagoya, there are the JR and Kintetsu lines.
You can get around with the Iga Railway within the city’s center which is painted with Ninjas.
If you get off at Ueno Station from the Iga Railway, Ueno Park is right nearby with the Ninja Museum of Igaryu.

Note) There are limited JR times. Please confirm the time table in advance.

The Meihan Expressway (a highway for vehicles) runs nearby the town center and connects to Nagoya and Osaka.

Access to Iga (By Train)

Access to Iga (By Car)

By Train

By Train

By Car

By Car

By Bus

By Bus


JRお出かけネット JR odekake net
West Japan Railway Company
*For timetable search, please go to the page for “Travel information”.

近鉄電車 Kintetsu Railway

伊賀鉄道 Iga Railway  *only in Japanese

高速バス (三重交通) Express bus Mie Kotsu  *only in Japanese

Japan Bus Online

ジョルダン乗り換え案内 Jorudan Norikae-Annai

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