Nagoya

Nagoya Castle② | Nagoya

“Nagoya Castle” was destroyed in the war, but is being restored. Currently, admission is possible. This time, I will introduce you to “Nagoya Castle”!
Nagoya

Nagoya Castle① | Nagoya

“Nagoya Castle” was destroyed in the war, but is being restored. Currently, admission is possible. This time, I will introduce you to “Nagoya Castle”!
Nagoya

Kinshachi Yokocho② | Nagoya

This article is a continuation of "Kinshachi Yokocho① | Nagoya【Japan Introduction】"! This time, we will introduce the “Muneharu Zone” of “Kinshachi Yokocho”!
Nagoya

Kinshachi Yokocho① | Nagoya

“Kinshachi Yokocho”, built around the castle of Nagoya Castle, is a tourist facility that recreates the castle town. you can have various Nagoya meals there.
Nagoya

Free tour of Meiji factory | Near Nagoya

Enjoy hands-on tours at the factory.You can experience milking with a life-size cattle model and observe the manufacturing process on a 4-screen multi-screen.The attendant staff will guide you during the tour.
Nagoya

Takeshima | Near Nagoya

Takeshima is designated as a natural monument for the entire island.
Nagoya

Coca-Cola Bottlers Japan Tokai Factory | Near Nagoya

At the Tokai Factory, you can see the Coca-Cola drinks being produced free of charge. Popular content has also been introduced at the authentic Atlanta Museum.
Takayama

Hida Great Limestone cave② | Takayama

Do you know Limestone-cave? It is a cave made of limestone eroded by water. This time, I will introduce you to this Hida Great Limestone cave!
Takayama

Hida Great Limestone cave① | Takayama

Do you know Limestone-cave? It is a cave made of limestone eroded by water. This time, I will introduce you to this Hida Great Limestone cave!
Nagoya

Misonoza Tower | Nagoya

“Mizoza Tower” is a theater, restaurant and condominium. Even gourmet restaurants that are not for theatrical purposes are also worth going. "Misonoza Tower" can be reached in 10 minutes (200 yen) from Nagoya Station.
Copied title and URL