Venture to sights like Snova Hashima as you discover the local area in Hashima.
See weaponry, clothing and furniture in the treasure hall or roam the gardens to discover defense towers and cherry blossoms at Nagoya’s famous castle.
Visit this ancient shrine to admire its beautiful architecture, discover ancient relics and enjoy a blissful escape in the surrounding park.
Learn about Toyota's manufacturing history at this intriguing museum, which features textile looms, automobile displays and engrossing interactive exhibits.
Enjoy the rides and games at LEGOLAND Japan and see why people love this theme park in Nagoya. While you're in the area, find time to visit its shops.
Take the family to visit the sea creatures at Port of Nagoya Aquarium, and find out why this is a popular attraction in Nagoya. While you're in the area, find time to visit its shops.
Nagoya City Science Museum is a top museum in Nagoya with a rich history. While you're in the area, find time to visit its shops.
Scope out shops, temples, and museums in bustling Nagoya, explore seaside sights in Toyama, and admire charming grass-roofed houses in the village of Shirakawa-go. Dive into the heart of Japan with this 3-day bus pass with convenient transfers from Chubu Centrair and Komatsu airports.
On this tour you'll transported by coach from Nagoya to see UNESCO world heritage village of Shirakawago, stroll the historical town of Takayama and go shopping at one of the biggest outlet malls in central Japan.
Enjoy your vacation in Japan while staying connected to the internet. Japan has relatively poor Wi-Fi infrastructure, especially outside of the big cities, so the best way to stay connected is through a prepaid, easy-to-set up SIM card that lets you travel the country with ease of mind.
Make sushi for your lunch with expert guidance from a professional chef. Learn to prepare several types of sushi—including both nigiri and maki—in addition to tips for preparing the sushi toppings and learning to cook authentic miso soup.
Welcome to Nagoya! While others may have skipped over Nagoya for the bright green tourist pastures of Tokyo or Kyoto, by choice or circumstance, you, brave soul, have found yourself with time to frolic in Nagoya.
Ask the average Japanese on the street, and they may wonder why you've chosen to visit Nagoya, but you, intrepid traveler, are in the know – and possibly even ahead of the curve! Nagoya has lots to see, a culture vastly different from both the Tokyo/Yokohama and Kyoto/Osaka areas, and all the urban excitement you'd expect from Japan's third largest metropolis.