A blend of history, tradition and cutting-edge technology
Nagoya is a deft mix f modern urban space and nature that achieves cutting-edge technology to co-exist with history and tradition.
You can enjoy your leisure time in many ways.
Nagoya Castle is the symbol of Nagoya and famous for its golden dolphins. The castle was built on the orders of Ieyasu Tokugawa and certain parts/areas of the castle such as the sumi-yagura (corner turret) and omote-ni-no-mon (second front gate) are preserved as important cultural properties of Japan.
5 minute walk from Shiyakusho (City Hall) metro station
A unique facility that has a water-flowing structure at the top (roof) and a green field at the ground level.
A bus terminal and shopping area are also found in the facility.
1 minute walk from Sakae-machi station
A historical shrine considered second to Ise Grand Shrine. The shrine holds the "Kusanagi-no-tsurugi", one of three Imperial Regalia of Japan. An enormous 1,000 year old tree, Nobunaga wall, and Houmotsukan (museum of treasures) are also found in the complex.
3 minute walk from Jingumae station
The shopping area was originally built as a temple town for Osu Kannon and Bansho-ji.
The area has an old-fashioned, traditional flavor to it mixed in with modern computer shops and vintage clothing shops, giving it an old town feel.
Osu Kannon metro station or Kamimaezu metro station
A large all-weather facility used to hold baseball games and concerts.
15 minute walk from Ozone station
5 minute walk from Nagoya Dome Maeyada metro station