Sightseeing around Nagoya:

Aichi Arts Center

The Aichi Arts Center houses the Aichi Prefectural Museum of

Atsuta Jingu Shrine

Set among stately 1,000-year-old Japanese cypress (hinoki), Atsuta Shrine is

Higashiyama Zoo

The second most popular zoo in Japan has everything, including

Nagoya Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Through its partnership with the Boston Museum of Fine Arts,

Nagoya Castle

Originally built in 1612, Nagoya Castle was destroyed during World

Nagoya City Art Museum

The Nagoya City Art Museum collection was begun in 1983

Nagoya City Museum

Featuring a permanent exhibition of the western part of Aichi

Nagoya City Science Museum

Located in Shirakawa Park, the Nagoya City Science Museum is

Nittaiji Temple Market

The “Kobo Ennichi” festival market is held at Nittaiji Temple

Noritake Garden

A beautiful garden with greenery and flowers and historical red

Osu Antique Market

Visitors and residents alike flock to the Osu Kannon Temple

Osu Kannon Temple

Osukannon Temple is one of Nagoya’s finest and the shopping

Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium

Containing thousands of species of fish, and an impressive display

SCMaglev and Railway Park

Owned and operated by JR Central, this museum, with it’s

Shirotori Garden

Those in search of a tranquil Japanese garden will be

The Nagoya TV Tower

At 180 meters tall, the Nagoya TV Tower was the

Toganji Temple

A haven of peace, Toganji is home to Nagoya’s largest

Tokugawa Art Museum

Undoubtedly the most culturally significant landmark in Nagoya, this extensive

Toyota Automobile Museum

The Toyota Automobile Museum exhibits more than one hundred years

Toyota Commemorative Museum

Occypying the birthplace of the Toyoda Spinning & Weaving Co.

Tsuruma Park

Thanks to the vagaries of kanji characters, Tsuruma Park is

Yanagibashi Fish Market

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