Things to see and do - Nagoya
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Nagoya Travel guide
Nagoya : Michelin's recommendations
For some, Nagoya calls to mind the diversity of the Japanese economy, and the shameless flaunting of its prosperity. It is the fourth most populous Japanese city and is accordingly urban, with a grid layout. For a little poetry, tradition or nature, visit the castle, whose keep overlooks the city from its vantage point of 46m, the Tokugawa Art Museum, which explores Noh Theatre, Atsuta Shrine or the exceptional aquarium.
Tourist attractions Nagoya : Things to see and do
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Tokugawa Art Museum houses the family treasures of the Owari branch of the Tokugawa shoguns, mainly those bequeathed by Tokugawa Ieyasu and his son Yoshinao. The collections comprise more than 10 000 pieces and are displayed in rotation: samurai armo..
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Possibly the best aquarium in Japan, the Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium boasts top-notch facilities and deploys all manner of technical wizardry to showcase a multitude of species in a reconstruction of their natural environment. Snow falls on the pe..
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Dedicated to the goddess Amaterasu (called Atsuta-no-Okami here), Atsuta-jingu is the third most venerated shrine in Japan. Architecturally similar to Ise Shrine, it was rebuilt in 1955 having burned down during the war. According to the old chronicl..
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Prix Prices from : 7100 JPY
Located above Parco Department Store, Nagoya Creston is 150 metres from Yaba-cho Subway Station. The bright, air-conditioned rooms have a private bathroom and free Wi-Fi. The buffet restaurant also offers vegetarian dishes. Each room at Nagoya Crest..
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Naka-ku Sakae 4-15-23 J - Nagoya
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Located in the downtown area of Sakae facing the greenery of Hisaya Street, the b nagoya is a short 3-minute walk from Sakae Subway Station's exit 13. It offers massage services and free property-wide Wi-Fi. The air-conditioned guestrooms at the nag..