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Nagoya Castle

The Nagoya Castle area packed with Nagoya history

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1Nagoya Castle

Built by Tokugawa Ieyasu in 1612 and rebuilt in 1959, is one of the three most famous castle in Japan. The Hommaru Palace is currently undergoing reconstruction but remains open to the public; it is scheduled for completion in June 2018.

5-min. walk from Shiyakusho Station (M07) on the subway Meijō Line
Get off “Nagoya Castle” stop of Me~guru (Bus stop 3)

December 29 – January 1

9:00 – 16:30
(Entry to the donjon/Hommaru Palace until 4:00 p.m.)

500 yen (Junior high school students and below are free)

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2Tokugawa Art Museum

Houses a collection of over 10,000 cherished items used by Tokugawa Ieyasu, who unified the entire country, and by the Owari lineage of the Tokugawa family. You will be enchanted by the weapons, swords, and tea ceremony implements, which bring history to life.

10:00 – 17:00
(Last admission 30 minutes before closing)

Mondays, mid-December to the New Year

Adults: 1,400 yen
High school/university students: 700 yen
Elementary/junior high school students: 500 yen


2Tokugawaen

A Japanese garden that uses the site of the old Tokugawa family residence.

9:30 – 17:30
(Last admission 30 minutes before closing)

Mondays, year-end and New Year holidays

300 yen (Junior high school students and below are free)

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Get off “Tokugawaen / The Tokugawa art Museum / Hosa library” stop of Me~guru (Bus stop 4)


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