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Access to Takamatsu, Kagawa

Takamatsu Airport, the Gateway to International Exchange
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Takamatsu Airport is a highly convenient airport used by many people, with a total of seven routes in service: three domestic routes (Tokyo (Haneda and Narita), Okinawa) and four international routes (Seoul, Shanghai, Taipei, Hong Kong).
The city's center can be reached in as little as 30 minutes from Takamatsu Airport.
Access from Inside & Outside the Prefecture
Takamatsu City is accessible from Takamatsu Airport by limousine buses that run according to the arrival and departure times of all flights.
JR Takamatsu Station, the gateway to Shikoku through which crowds of people pass, is located near the city center where Sunport Takamatsu, Takamatsu Port, and the prefectural office building stand. The state of infrastructure development, including roads, is excellent, which facilitates smooth access within the prefecture.

Access by Air
Seoul⇔Takamatsu About 1 hour 40 minutes
Shanghai⇔Takamatsu About 2 hours
Taipei⇔Takamatsu About 2 hour 40 minutes
Hong Kong⇔Takamatsu About 3 hour 40 minutes
Tokyo (Haneda)⇔Takamatsu About 1 hour 20
Tokyo (Narita)⇔Takamatsu About 1 hour 20
Naha⇔Takamatsu About 1 hour 50 minutes
Access by Rail
Tokyo⇔Takamatsu About 4 hours 30 minutes
Nagoya⇔Takamatsu About 2 hours 40 minutes
Shin-Osaka⇔Takamatsu About 1 hour 45 minutes
Hakata⇔Takamatsu About 2 hours 45 minutes
Access by Car
Osaka⇔Takamatsu About 3 hours 30 minutes
(Kansai International Airport)
Kobe⇔Takamatsu About 2 hours 10 minutes
Hiroshima⇔Takamatsu About 2 hours 45 minutes
Okayama⇔Takamatsu About 1 hour 30 minutes
Takamatsu City: Sky and Sea Port City Connected with Asia
Access by Car
Takamatsu Airport⇔Takamatsu Station About 30 minutes
Limousine Bus
Takamatsu Airport⇔Takamatsu Station About 40 minutes
Access to the Islands *By speedboat
(Tonosho Port) ⇔ Takamatsu About 30 minutes
(Kusakabe Port) ⇔ Takamatsu About 45 minutes
(Miyanoura Port) ⇔ Takamatsu About 25 minutes
(Honmura Port) ⇔ Takamatsu About 30 minutes
Access to Sunport Takamatsu
Since the building of Takamatsu Castle, one of Japan's three largest water castles, Takamatsu, the prefectural capital of Kagawa, has prospered as a castle town which faces the Seto Island Sea. With the start of service of the ferry connecting Shikoku and Honshu in 1910, Takamatsu has blossomed as the "Gateway to Shikoku." Located on the waterfront near JR Takamatsu Station, Sunport Takamatsu had its grand opening in 2004 towards the creation of a comfortable and attractive urban environment with the introduction of state-of-the-art urban, business, and convention functions.

Right upon arrival at JR Takamatsu Station is an optimal environment for the organization of international conferences and conventions set on the stage of the Seto Inland Sea with the development of Takamatsu Port overlooking the Seto Inland Sea, which has become a nodal hub for land and sea transportation, as well as the integration of urban functions, including the Symbol Tower, hotels, and national government buildings.

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