- Recommended Routes
- To Aichi Prefecture (Nagoya Sta.)
- From Nagoya Sta. to Each Venue
- Between the Venues
Aichi Triennale 2022 is spread over four main venues in Aichi and features 100 artists from 32 countries and regions in five continents of the world. We have put together recommended routes for the Contemporary Art Exhibition in each of the venues. Following the route marked with ♡ on the map will allow you to gain a deeper understanding of each work’s particular background.
The local culture spots also shown on the map will bring you closer to the history and culture of the venue.
Recommended 3-Day Itinerary
Access to Aichi Prefecture (Nagoya Sta.)
Access from Nagoya Sta. to Each Venue
Access Between the Venues
We recommend using buses in Ichinomiya City and Tokoname City.
Meitetsu bus is a convenient way to travel between Ichinomiya Sta. area and Bisai area.
Exhibition sites in the Bisai area: KUNISHIMA CO., LTD., Nokogiri2, Sumi Memorial Hall
Timetable for buses bound for Bisai Area, departing from Ichinomiya Sta. Bus Terminal No. 2
*All buses above will make a stop at the nearest bus stop for KUNISHIMA CO., LTD., Nokogiri 2, and Sumi Memorial Hall.
[Closest bus stops to each exhibition site]
・KUNISHIMA CO., LTD.: “Mabiki Nishi” bus stop
・Nokogiri2: “Kagoya” bus stop or “Mabiki Nishi” bus stop
・Sumi Memorial Hall: “Owari Nakashima” bus stop
We recommend visiting the INAX Museums by bus.
Loop-Line Bus (Free; Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays only; operated by Tokoname City)
Bus schedules are subject to change.
For the latest information, check the Tokoname City Official Website.
Chita Bus (fees apply)
Buses departing from Meitetsu Tokoname Sta. Bus Terminal No. 4 (bound for Chita Handa Sta. or Nihon Fukushi University)
[Scheduled bus times as of October 1, 2022]