Explore upscale Nagoya City Centre: its parks, museums, hot springs, and more!
Discover the trendy area of Nagoya City Centre—museums, hot springs, and top sights from Nagoya City Science Museum to Osu.
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Nagoya City Science Museum is a top museum in Nagoya with a rich history. While you're in the area, find time to visit its shops.
Learn more about the local history when you visit Nagoya TV Tower, a well-known historical site in Nagoya. While you're in the area, find time to visit its shops.
Nagoya Station Tourist Information Center is just one of the places to see in Nagoya, so why not enjoy the other things to explore during your travels? Check out the shops and top-notch restaurants in this family-friendly area.
Explore the great outdoors at Hisaya Odori Park, a lovely green space in Nagoya. While you're in the area, find time to visit its shops.
Inspect surrealist works and contemporary sculptures in the spacious galleries of this modern art museum.
See weaponry, clothing and furniture in the treasure hall or roam the gardens to discover defense towers and cherry blossoms at Nagoya’s famous castle.
On this tour our bus will take you from Nagoya to the historical town of Takayama and the UNESCO world heritage village of Shirakawa-go, the two most important sites of central Japan.
Scope out shops, temples, and museums in bustling Nagoya, explore seaside sights in Toyama, and admire charming grass-roofed houses in the village of Shirakawa-go. Dive into the heart of Japan with this 3-day bus pass with convenient transfers from Chubu Centrair and Komatsu airports.
Welcome to Nagoya! While others may have skipped over Nagoya for the bright green tourist pastures of Tokyo or Kyoto, by choice or circumstance, you, brave soul, have found yourself with time to frolic in Nagoya.
Soba is one of the most representative food cultures in Japan, which is rich in taste and nutrition. Japanese people traditionally eat soba (buckwheat noodles) on New Year's Eve to wish for a long lasting life. This program provides you an opportunity to learn how to make soba.
Get fitted in a traditional Japanese kimono and then pose for a stunning photo shoot in a professional studio. Peruse from hundreds of kimonos varying in style, period, and color and relax as an expert helps you to transform into a convincing Japanese beauty.
Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product Stop At: Yanagibashi Central Market, 4-18-2 Meieki, Nakamura, Nagoya 450-0002 Aichi Prefecture You will discover the charm of the central market of Nagoya, second biggest in Japan for maritime products.
Hot springs, coffeehouses, and shopping are just a few things travelers like about Nishiki. Sights like Nagoya TV Tower and Hisaya Odori Park are spots to explore, and you can get around the greater Nagoya area at Fushimi Station.
If you're spending time in Meieki, check out sights like Winc Aichi or Midland Square and hop on the metro to see more the city at Kokusai Center Station or Meitetsu Nagoya Station.
Shopping, hot springs, and coffeehouses highlight some notable features of Sakae. Make a stop by Osu or Nagoya TV Tower while you're visiting, and jump aboard the metro at Sakae Station or Yabacho Station to get around town.
Get to know Kanayama and its many features like its bars and spas. You might want to explore sights like Atsuta Jingu Shrine and Nagoya Urban Institute, and you can jump on the metro at Nishitakakura Station or Jingunishi Station to get around the city.
When in Centrair, you can plan a visit to Flight of Dreams and Aeon Mall Tokoname, some noteworthy sights in the nearby area.