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Nagoya TV Tower
Nagoya TV Tower, standing tall in Hisaya Odori Park, is the first broadcasting tower built in Japan in 1954. This 180 m high tower has two observation decks: Sky Deck at 90 m and Sky Balcony at 100 m. You can look over the city of Nagoya from here. On top of that, you can even capture Mt. Otake. In addition, the tower is illuminated 30 min before sunset to 2 am in the morning. Therefore, the tower looks different at night.
- 3-6-15 Nishiki, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi
- Contact No.
- Right next to 4B Exit of Hisaya Odori Station on Meijo Line and Sakura-dori Line.
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- 10:00-22:00 (Closes at 21:00 between January and March)
Open all year round
- Official Website
- Time Required
- 1 hour
- Admission fee
- Adults 700 yen, High school Students 600 yen, Children (6-14 years old) 300 yen, Seniors over 65 years old 600 yen
※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
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Sky Deck and Sky Balcony
There are two observation decks in Nagoya TV Tower: Sky Deck at 90 m and Sky Balcony at 100 m. At Sky Deck, a couch is installed for you to relax while enjoying the view of the city of Nagoya.
Night view from Nagoya TV Tower
Nagoya TV Tower is a symbol of Nagoya. At night, you can look over the illuminated capital of Nagoya. In fact, the beautiful night view from here is registered as one of the "Japan's Beautiful Night Views."
At Nagoya TV Tower, skywalking is organized from 10:00-16:00 every weekend and on holidays. From the third floor, you can walk up 245 stairs that takes you to the Sky Deck. Some parts of the stairs are transparent, so you can see under your feet. It is very thrilling! Why don't you try this thrilling 15-min walk?
The Nagoya TV Tower was registered as a "Lover's Sanctuary" in 2008. It is the first one in Nagoya. On the Sky Deck, there is a big heart-shaped object called PROMISE HEART. On top of that, there is a Lover's Sanctuary monument on the Sky Balcony which is surrounded by many couples.
Hisaya Odori Park
Nagoya TV Tower stands inside a huge park, measuring 2 km long from north to south, called Hisaya Odori Park. It is an oasis for Nagoya citizens who relax while watching the fountain and flower gardens. In Los Angeles Plaza, there are various reproductions of the handprints and the footprints of famous celebrities including Marilyn Monroe.
Central Park Shopping Center
Nagoya is famous for its developed underground city. In fact, there is a shopping center called Central Park under Nagoya TV Tower. Although stores mainly sell women's clothing and accessories, there are also coffee shops and restaurants. Why don't you have a cup of coffee here after visiting the tower?