Nagoya Castle is located in Aichi Prefecture and was built by Tokugawa Ieyasu.
Nagoya Castle’s main concrete keep is expected to be demolished in 2024 and reconstructed until late 2028. Visitors cannot enter the structure anymore as it is not considered earthquake resistant.
The Hommaru Palace, completed in 1615, served as the official residence and administrative seat of the Owari-Tokugawa clan. Together with the tower walls, the Hommaru Palace was one of the first palace buildings to be declared a national treasure in 1930. In 1945, however, it was destroyed in the air raids of the war. Using existing architectural plans from the Edo period (1603-1868) and other historical resources, the palace was authentically rebuilt in 2018 and thus regained its former glory.
The adjacent Ni-no-maru garden, which was used both privately and officially by the successive lords of Nagoya Castle, was once Japan's largest garden that bordered the living quarters of a prince.
The Nagoya Marriott Associa Hotel offers panoramic views of the City and Nagoya Castle to the east, and the train station to the..
HOTEL MYSTAYS Nagoya-Sakae is a hotel among busy streets, so you are never far away from the buzz of Nagoya.
the b is undoubtedly one of the finest mid-market hotel brands in Nagoya. If you plan to travel around Aichi Prefecture and pa..
French styled cuisine in a 270 year old traditional Japanese kura warehouse.
Nagoya's best hot dogs and potato fry? Saucisses, one of the city’s best loved fast food outlets, wins hands down!
Diavolo e Bambina provides wonderful service, good Italian food all in a traditional Minka-style Japanese row house only 10 minutes..
Any fans of Godzilla should immediately recognize the Nagoya TV Tower. The famous reptile destroyed the tower in the 1964 movie Mothra vs. Godzilla and..
Oasis 21, located above Shin-Sakae Station in Nagoya, is a place for shopping and eating. Opened in 2002, this modern facility is across from Nagoya TV..
The Nagoya City Science Museum is a museum located in Sakae, Nagoya, the center of Nagoya City, in central Japan. The museum houses the largest planetarium..
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