Must-see Japanese Gardens in Nagoya

Must-see Japanese Gardens in Nagoya

Nagoya is one of the most significant urban areas on The Land of the Rising Sun. It is located in central Honshu, and it is also part of the Chukyo Metropolitan Area. From the 9 million inhabitants of Chukyo, 2.3 million people live in Nagoya. Some amazing natural sights, such as Ise Bay or Kiso River surround the city of Nagoya. In the heart of the city, there are several other natural sights as well. Parks and Japanese gardens are the pride of each and every city located in Japan. Nagoy... [ read more ]

Must-see Shrines and Temples in Nagoya

Must-see Shrines and Temples in Nagoya

Nagoya, one of the most significant Japanese cities is located on the Pacific coast and it is the capital of Aichi Prefecture. Besides this, it is also an important port and the center of the Chukyo Metropolitan Area. Like every large city, Nagoya has dozens of interesting sights which attract thousands of tourists in the city. Probably the most visited sights of the city are the temples. Shinto Shrines and Buddhist Temples are visited as well. If you happen to be in Nagoya and you want t... [ read more ]

Must-see Places in Nagoya

Must-see Places in Nagoya

The city is situated on Honshu island, on the coast of Pacific Ocean. It is one of the most important port-towns of Japan. With more than 2 million inhabitants, Nagoya is one of the biggest cities of the island. As many other metropolitan regions, Nagoya is also full of tourist attractions.  All of these large shrines, museums, amusement parks worth a visit. The shrines and the museums help us imagine the life of Ancient Japan, while the huge buildings and skyscrapers present us the vie... [ read more ]

Getting around in Nagoya

Getting around in Nagoya

Nagoya is not your regular Japanese tourist destination: it is industrialized, dense, large, and yet it is utterly charming. Despite being one of the largest cities in Japan, there are spots in Nagoya that feel just like a small town, with the same sense of peace and community. But head to the city center, to the nightlife, entertainment and shopping area, and you'll find yourself in the middle of an amazing tangle of traffic, people, billboards and non signs. Nagoya is more relaxed than Tok... [ read more ]

The traveler's guide to Nagoya

The traveler’s guide to Nagoya

Usually, when a city is described as an industrial hub, tourists will be automatically turned off - the phrase rarely conjures up images of tourist paradises. But Nagoya is the a true industrial powerhouse, and more than that, it is the city than invented pachinko, that ever popular Japanese game, and yet it manages to be one of the most attractive tourist cities in Japan at the same time. Nagoya is the fourth largest city in the country, and yet it has a more low key and laid back feel than... [ read more ]