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Holidays in Nagoya
Some people say you can’t buy happiness. But you can buy a ticket to Nagoya, and that's pretty damn close!
Approximately 2,200,000 people call this place home.
This destination lies 14 kilometres west of Togo-cho, and 270 kilometres west of Tokyo, the national capital.
Nagoya is internationally famous for its iconic sights, such as Nagoya Castle and Atsuta Shrine.
Everyone in the family is sure to enjoy stops at Taketoyo Cho Nature Park and Akashi Park. Are the little ones still up for more? Don't think you are done yet! Keep up the fun with a trip to Denpark and Toda River Kids Land.
Marvellous deep-sea worlds await you at Port of Nagoya Aquarium and Minami Chita Beach Land. For even more fishy adventures, take the dive into Hekinan Seaside Aquarium.
Witness the wonder and amazement in your kids' eyes when they meet the animals at the Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Garden. The Higashiyama Park also offers a fun and educational experience.
The Kirin Beer Park Nagoya is the place to be if downing a cold beer is your preferred way to round off the day. Enquire about tours or simply sit back and relish their distinctive flavours and styles.
For a nice day out, pay a visit to the Shirotori Garden or the Nagoya Port Wildflower Garden Blue Bonnet. The wandering trails and beautifully landscaped gardens are a joy to the senses. Many visitors also choose to have a wander through the Ran no Yakata.
There's no need to venture deep into the forest to experience a bit of greenery. Hisaya-oodori Park and Meijo Park are just two of the impressive recreational spots you'll find amid this concrete jungle. If you're looking for more options, find a nice spot and let a few hours pass lazily by at Shirakawa Park or Tsurumai Park.
Make sure you pop in to Tarui Tourist Information Center or Nagoya Station Tourist Information Center. The helpful staff can offer you tips and advice to get the most out of your time here.
Keep a lookout for interesting birdlife as you sit thoughtfully by the edge of the water at Sori Pond.
Nagoya offers an assortment of nature reserves, such as Kokueikisosansen Park and Okazaki Chuo Sogo Park. Mt. Iimori and Fujiwaragatake are two more that are worth a look.
The Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology and the Toyota Automobile Museum boast a range of captivating exhibits. Ask the friendly staff about group tours or stroll the tranquil hallways on your own. If you're not short on time, also check out the INAX Tile Museum and the SCMAGLEV and Railway Park.
Uncover the seafaring history of the region while admiring the nautical artefacts that are housed at the Nagoya Maritime Museum.
The wonderful world of science never ceases to impress us. Expand your mind with the latest and greatest in advances and achievements at the Nagoya City Science Museum and the Handanra Science Museum. For even more mind-blowing displays, add the Tsushima Kids Science Museum and the Aichi Sewage Science Museum to your journey of discovery.
It can be both mystifying and inspiring to see just how vast and diverse the formations and creations of the natural world are. You can see them all in one place at the Miharashidai Archaeological Museum.
With a good range of superb art exhibitions to choose from, you might need a small push in the right direction. We suggest picking up a strong coffee and spending a few hours at the Tokugawa Art Museum or the Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art. If you've got time for more, continue on to the Nagoya City Art Museum and the Nagoya-Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
Take a journey back through time and get to know the events and characters that have left an indelible mark on Nagoya at the Niimi Nankichi Memorial Museum and the Chita National Museum of History. For even more insight into the days of old, also think about visiting the Sobuecho Local History Museum and the Ichinomiyashi Bisai Museum of History And Folklore.
Want to see some historic attractions? A few hours at Nagoya City Hall or the Okehazama Battlefield Legendary Land with give you a deeper understanding of Nagoya's days gone by. If you're not in a rush, Honda Tadatsugu House and the Suemori Castle should also be on your radar.
For a magical trip back in time, walk over and marvel at the majestic façade of Okazaki Castle and Anjo Castle Ruins. If you'd like to discover more about these enchanting cultural structures, why not visit Iwasaki Castle and Kiyosu Castle as well?
You can get a fill of both local history and faith at the Koshoji Temple and the Nittaiji Temple. The Toganji Temple and the Iwayaji Temple are also must-sees for lots of spiritually curious travellers.
They might not be on the front page of your guidebook, but the Nagoya Agricultural Center and Higashi Park are still well worth a few hours of your time. You'll also find plenty to keep you occupied at the Toyota Kaikan Exhibition Hall and Rokushosan.
Hotels in Nagoya
With such a fantastic range, you won't have any issues finding your Nagoya hotel. At the moment, lastminute.com.au lists more than 81 places to hit the hay.
Thankfully, there's a room for you in Nagoya. For accommodation that's easy on the wallet, book in at either the Guesthouse MADO – Hostel (924, Arimatsu) or the Nagoya Travellers Hostel (4-8-10 Sakae Nakaku). Though, if you'd rather live in luxury on holiday, The Westin Nagoya Castle or the Hilton Nagoya will be more up your alley.