|Length||37.0 km (23.0 mi)|
| National highways of Japan |
Expressways of Japan
National Route 22(国道22号Kokudō Nijūni-gō) is a national highway connecting Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, and Gifu, Gifu Prefecture in Japan. The route follows the old Minoji, a 17th-century trade route that connected the Nakasendō and the Tōkaidō.
Japan has a nationwide system of national highways distinct from the expressways. The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and other government agencies administer the national highways. Beginning in 1952, Japan classified these as Class 1 or Class 2. Class 1 highways had one- or two-digit numbers, while Class 2 highways had three-digit numbers. For example, Routes 1 and 58 were Class 1 highways while 507 was a Class 2 highway.
Nagoya (名古屋) is the largest city in the Chūbu region of Japan. It is Japan's fourth-largest incorporated city and the third-most-populous urban area. It is located on the Pacific coast on central Honshu. It is the capital of Aichi Prefecture and is one of Japan's major ports along with those of Tokyo, Osaka, Kobe, Yokohama, Chiba, and Kitakyushu. It is also the center of Japan's third-largest metropolitan region, known as the Chūkyō metropolitan area. As of 2015, 2.28 million people lived in the city, part of Chūkyō Metropolitan Area's 10.11 million people. It is also one of the 50 largest urban areas in the world.
Aichi Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Chūbu region. The region of Aichi is also known as the Tōkai region. The capital is Nagoya. It is the focus of the Chūkyō metropolitan area.
National Route 1 is a major highway on the island of Honshū in Japan. It connects Chūō, Tokyo in the Kantō region with the city of Osaka, Osaka Prefecture in the Kansai region, passing through the Chūbu region en route. It follows the old Tōkaidō westward from Tokyo to Kyoto, and the old Kyo Kaidō from there to Osaka. Between Tokyo and Aichi Prefecture it parallels the Tomei Expressway; from there to Mie Prefecture, the Higashimeihan Expressway, and from Shiga Prefecture to Osaka, the Meishin Expressway. Its total length is 565.4 kilometres (351.3 mi). At its eastern terminus in Nihonbashi, Chūō, Tokyo, it meets National Routes 4, 6, 14, 15, 17, and 20. At its western terminus in Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka, it links with Routes 2, 25, 26 and other highways.
National Route 21 is a national highway connecting Mizunami, Gifu Prefecture and Maibara, Shiga Prefecture in Japan.
Ichinomiya is a city located in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. The city is often called Owari-Ichinomiya to avoid confusion with other Ichinomiya, Ichinomiya in Chiba.
Atsuta is one of the 16 wards of the city of Nagoya in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. As of 2011, the ward had an estimated population of 64,847 and a population density of 7,980 persons per km². The total area was 8.13 km².
Atsuta Shrine is a Shinto shrine traditionally believed to have been established during the reign of Emperor Keikō (71-130) located in Atsuta-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture in Japan. The shrine is familiarly known as Atsuta-Sama or simply as Miya. Since ancient times, it has been especially revered, ranking with the Grand Shrine of Ise.
Naka Ward is one of the 16 wards of the city of Nagoya in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. As of 2011, the ward has an estimated population of 79,410 and a population density of 8,470 persons per km². The total area is 9.38 km².
National Route 247 is a national highway of Japan connecting Atsuta-ku, Nagoya and Toyohashi, Aichi in Japan, with a total length of 150.8 km (93.7 mi).
National Route 19 is a national highway connecting Nagoya and Nagano in Japan.
National Route 302 is a national highway of Japan connecting Nakagawa-ku, Nagoya and Nakagawa-ku, Nagoya in Japan, with a total length of 54 km (33.55 mi).
Ginan is a town located in Hashima District, Gifu, Japan. As of 1 December 2018, the town had an estimated population of 25,661 and a population density of 3200 persons per km2, in 10,633 households. The total area of the town was 7.91 square kilometres (3.05 sq mi).
Jingū-mae Station is a railway station in Atsuta-ku, Nagoya, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Nagoya Railroad. It is the nearest station to Atsuta Shrine.
National Route 6 is a Japanese highway from Tokyo to Sendai that goes through the cities Mito, Iwaki and Sōma. It traces the old Mito Kaidō route from Tokyo to Mito, and, for much of its 353.6 kilometres (219.7 mi) length, runs parallel to the Jōban railway line and the Jōban Expressway.
National Route 8 is an important highway in the Hokuriku and Kansai regions. It connects the prefectural capitals of Niigata, Toyama, Kanazawa, Fukui, Ōtsu, and Kyoto.
National Route 9 is an important highway in the Kansai and Chūgoku regions. It connects the prefectural capitals of Kyoto, Tottori, Matsue, and Yamaguchi. Other significant cities along the route include Yonago, Tottori and Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi. Route 9 also passes through parts of Hyōgo Prefecture.
National Route 472 is a highway between Imizu, Toyama Prefecture and Gujo, Gifu Prefecture in Japan.
National Route 10 is a Japanese highway on the island of Kyūshū. It originates at the intersection with Route 2 in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka and passes through the prefectural capitals of Ōita and Miyazaki, terminating at the intersection with Route 3 in Kagoshima. Route 10 follows the eastern coast along the Inland Sea and the Sea of Hyūga. For much of its length, it parallels the JR Kyushu Nippo Main Line. Route 10 measures 454.8 km in length.
National Route 17 is a highway on the island of Honshu in Japan. It originates at Nihonbashi in Chūō, Tokyo, and terminates in the city of Niigata, where it meets Routes 7, 8, 49, 113 and 116).
National Route 15 is a national highway connecting Tokyo and Yokohama in Japan. It is commonly referred to as Dai-Ichi Keihin (第一京浜).
National Route 23 is a national highway connecting Toyohashi, Aichi and Ise, Mie in Japan.
National Route 41 is a national highway connecting Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, and Toyama, Toyama Prefecture, Japan. The bulk of the road run throughs Gifu Prefecture. The route is also referred to as Yon-ichi and Shippin, based on the Japanese readings for the route numbering.
The Minoji was a 60 km (37 mi) highway in Japan during the Edo period. It was a secondary route, ranked below the Edo Five Routes in importance, and connected Miya-juku on the Tōkaidō with Tarui-juku on the Nakasendō.
The Tōkai-Kanjō Expressway is a toll road in the Tōkai region of Japan. It is owned and managed by Central Nippon Expressway Company.
National Route 42, also called Kumano Kaido or Tropical Route is a national highway connecting Hamamatsu, Shizuoka and Wakayama, Wakayama in Japan. Part of the route requires crossing Ise Bay on the Ise-wan Ferry.
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