Aichi Prefecture

Misonoza Theater

Misonoza Theater Nagoya’s leading theater for over 100 years. Stages both modern and traditional styles of Japnese dramas. Kabuki performances are every April and October. It is a favorite among the Japanese people to see Japan’s most famous actors and actresses. Box Office Open Everyday. 10:00-17:30 Location and Contact: Misonoza Theater 1-6-14 Sakae, Naka Ward (Naka-ku), Nagoya...

Science Museum of Electricity

Science Museum of Electricity A science museum where visitors can enjoy learning about electricity, energy and the global environment. Have fun experience the mysteries of science, creating your own crafts, and participating in experiments. The museum also offers thrilling and exciting experience such as the Ohm Theater, where you can participate in Quizzes and games in which your own face in...

Nagoya City Art Museum

Nagoya City Art Museum Nagoya City Museum houses thousands of documents and artifacts about Nagoya. A modern building designed by kisho Kurokawa standing in the middle of Shirakawa Park. Kisho Kurokawa; one of Japan’s leading architects, and has a beautiful exterior The museum houses works by Modigliani and others of the school of Paris period, as well as Mexican Renaissance works, modern...

Nagoya City Science Museum (NCSM)

Nagoya City Science Museum (NCSM) A New building housing “Brother Earth” a 35-meter-diameter dome planetarium, was opened in March 2011. Made up of three theme buildings featuring “Life Science”, “Science and Technology”, and “Astronomy” which includes one of the largest planetarium in the world. Also be sure to check out our four large – scale exhibitions featuring an aurora film shown in a – 30c...

Fushimi, Yabacho and Osu Area

Fushimi, Yabacho and Osu Area One of the most intriguing places to visit in Nogoya. Osu is renowned for being Nagoya’s bargain hunters’ paradise. The covered malls are particularly famous for their electronic good, interesting restaurant a large number of temples and shrines and a traditional theater. Regular flea markets and various festivals make the area a fun place to visit all year round....

Hisaya Odori Park

Hisaya Odori Park The majority of Nagoya was burned down during World War II. During Nagoya’s reconstruction, 100 meter wide streets were designed to run through downtown, taking future traffic, appearance, and especially disaster prevention, into consideratin. Hisaya-odori crosses Nagoya from north to south, and Wakamiya-odori runs east to west. Hisaya-odori is one of the well-known...

Nagoya Cloisonne (Shippo) Square “Cloisonne club”

Nagoya Ando's Beautiful Cloisonne It exhibits the collection of Ando Cloisonne Co. from 1880. The exhibited masterpieces of cloisonne loved by the world can be seen there. Ando Cloisonne was founded in 1880, and is the oldest and largest corporation involved in manufacturing and dealing in shippo (cloisonne), a fine ceramic art form. Their products were first introduced to the world at the Chicago...

Nagoya Orchid Gardens (Ran no Yakata)

Nagoya Orchid Gardens (Ran no Yakata) Escape the downtown crowds and relax in these western-style gardens on the south end of Hisaya-Odori park. The sixteen meters tall atrium contains 250 varieties of orchid. Enjoy peaceful time at the restaurant and the open-air cafeteria on the patio. The gardens are decorated with orchids and seasonal flowers, offering a stylish atmosphere to experience flowers and...

International Design Center NAGOYA (IDCN)/ Design Museum

International Design Center NAGOYA (IDCN) Loop, creators shop, Nagoya The International Design Center NAGOYA (IDCN) located in the Nadya Park building contains the 4F collection gallery and the holding of special exhibitions. “Creare shopping mall” is located here. It has a design museum, design hall, design gallery etc. and this center functions as one of the homes to world-wide designs. In addition, they introduce the appeal of...

Aichi Arts Center (Museum, Theater, Foundation)

Aichi Arts Center (Museum, Theater, Foundation) Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art opened in 1992 on the 10th floor of Aichi Arts Center and exhibits its collection of Japanese and international arts objects from early 20th century to date in the exhibition of the holding collection. Located in Nagoya’s downtown Sakae area, this large cultural complex brings together a variety of cultural facilities, including the...

Oasis 21

Oasis 21 A multi level recreational and commercial park equipped with a bus terminal. In the glass “Spaceship Aqua” you can walk on air 14 meters above the ground, or enjoy lively events held virtually every week at the “Galaxy Platform.” There is also a wealth of restaurants and shops to explore, making this quite literal within the City a perfect place to lake a break....

Nagoya TV Tower

Nagoya TV Tower This is Japan’s first radio-wave emitting tower which is 180m high, the Nagoya TV Tower is Japan’s oldest radio and TV broadcasting tower and is registered as one of the country’s tangible cultural properties. From the balcony which is 100m above ground, you will see the surrounding towns of Nagoya, The Suzuka Mountains as well as the beautiful view of Ise Bay. It...

Sunshine Sakae

sky-boat, Sunshine Sakae This is a new noted place in SAKAE, that is distinguished by a 40m diameter Ferris wheel which is a landmark. It is an attraction in downtown jam-packed with numerous fashion stores, beauty and cosmetic themes, studio cafes and restaurants including a huge selection of ramen(noodle)shops to dine in from distinct tastes coming to you from all over Japan. There is a...

Downtown (Sakae) Area

Downtown (Sakae) Area This area around Sakae has many department stores and is the busiest area with one of the largest underground malls in Nagoya. It’s the best area for eating, drinking and shopping. The area around Hisaya-Odori Park, which has the TV tower is lit up in the evening. The park is bordered with glittering gas lights tempting one for a leisurely night four. Tourist...

Nagoya City (Nagoya-shi) Bus Time Table

Bus Stop Tuesday – Friday (Bus departs at 30-60 minutes intervals) Short Route Nagoya Sta. (Nagoya Station Bus Stop 8) 9.30 10.00 10.30 11.00 11.30 12.30 13.30 14.30 15.00 15.30 16.00 16.30 17.00 Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology 9.38 10.08 10.38 11.08 11.38 12.38 13.38 14.38 15.08 15.38 16.08 16.38 17.08 Noritake Garden 9.42 10.12 10.42 11.12...