A commercial facility located in the station building with a variety of restaurants offering Nagoya specialties.

  • Okazaki Park

    A park with 1000 cherry blossom trees which includes the castle that is the birthplace of Ieyasu Tokugawa, a feudal lord of the Sengoku period.

  • Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology

    A museum where you can learn the joy of making things from the world famous Toyota.

  • Tokugawa Art Museum

    A private museum with a collection of Ieyasu Tokugawa's articles and national treasures. The garden next to it is also famous.

  • Sky Town

    A sightseeing spot in Chubu Centrair International Airport with restaurants, shops, and and a public bath with an airport view

  • SCMaglev and Railway Park

    A museum where children and adults can enjoy learning the mechanism and the history of railways.

  • Sakae

    Nagoya's representative, bustling area that is famous for department stores and other commercial facilities.

  • Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium

    The biggest marine aquarium in Tokai region equipped with great amusement facilities!

  • Osu

    A bustling town with about 1,200 lining shops, centering around Osu-kannon, one of the Japan's three largest Kannon temples.

  • Okashi-no-shiro

    A paradise of sweets where you can see sugar art exhibits, have all-you-can-eat sweets buffet, and experience baking cookies.

  • Noritake no Mori (Garden)

    Situated in the middle of Nagoya, it is a ceramic complex known as the "birth place of modern ceramics."

  • Nagoya TV Tower

    A landmark of Nagoya, this is the first broadcasting tower in Japan loved by locals.



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