With plenty in the way of adventure, excitement and Japanese culture – as well as a host of opportunities to relax in a park or on the beach – Nagoya is a travel destination that suits just about everyone.
Nagoya Castle – a reconstructed castle, originally built in the early 17th century but which was destroyed during World War II. During your visit you can also check out the Japanese Alps. Nagoya Castle is Nagoya’s most famous landmark.
Atsuta Shrine – a traditional Shinto shrine, familiarly known as Atsuta-Sama (Venerable Atsuta).
Midland Square – Japan’s fifth-highest skyscraper at 247 metres located in the Meieki area in Nagoya, Midland Square includes a shopping mall, restaurants and a cinema – something for everyone as long as you love heights.
Port of Nagoya - one of the largest harbours in Japan and one of the city’s most popular shopping and entertainment areas. Here you’ll find a large aquarium and an amusement park.
Yamazaki River – seeing the cherry blossoms in full bloom is a must if visiting Nagoya in April.
Tokugawa Art Museum – a smaller museum that offers more than 12,000 items including Imperial costumes and swords as well as art and ceramics.
Other museums worth a visit in Nagoya are Toyota Automobile Museum, Nagoya City Science Museum andNagoya/Boston Museum of Fine Arts.