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This gateway to Nagoya continues to develop, centered on Shinkansen bullet train, railway, and subway lines and marked by striking modern architecture.


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1JR Central Towers

A twin tower building connected directly to Nagoya Station, with a wide array of facilities including a hotel, a department store, restaurants, etc.

Direct connection from Nagoya Station
(JR & subway lines)

Shops: 10:00 – 21:00
※Excluding some stores.
Restaurants: 11:00 – 23:00
※Some from 8:00

2Noritake Garden

Tour the manufacturing process of ceramics manufacturer Noritake and appreciate Old Noritake pottery. Also has a cafe and outlet shop.

5-minute walk from Kamejima Station (Higashiyama subway line)
Get off “Noritake Garden” stop of Me~guru (Bus stop 2)

Mondays, year-end and New Year holidays

10:00 – 17:00
(varies by facility)

Free (some facilities incur a charge)

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3Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology

Introducing the industrial and technological evolution of automobile manufacturer Toyota, as well as dynamic exhibitions and demonstrations of authentic textile machinery.

5-minute walk from Sako Station (Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line)
Get off “Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology” stop of Me~guru (Bus stop 1)

Mondays, year-end and New Year holidays

9:30 – 17:00

Adults: 500 yen;
junior & senior high school students: 300 yen;
elementary school students: 200 yen;
65 years of age or older: Free

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 Nagoya Festival

Nagoya’s annual fall event. Characters dressed as three of the most prominent feudal lords in Japanese history parade through the city, recreating famous historical scenes. It is held every year on the third Saturday and Sunday of October.

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Bincho Sapporo Kani-Honke Bic Camera Torikai Sohonke Yabaton
Aoyagi Sohonke