Nagoya Holidays

Japan's traditional past blends seamlessly with its thriving modern economy in Nagoya. The country's third largest incorporated city is too often overlooked by tourists seeking either big city glamour or Japan's pristine countryside. In truth, Nagoya delivers a charming blend of both. As Japan's industrial heart, the best of business, shopping and ... Read more
dining can be found in the Sakae District. History buffs will not want to miss the nearby Atsuta Jinga. Shrouded by 1,000 year-old evergreens, it is Japan's second most venerable shrine and the rumored home of the Kusanagi sword, one of the three imperial regalia. Admire an abundance of cherry blossoms while exploring the Nagoya Castle, take in a concert by the local philharmonic orchestra at the Aichi Arts Center, and be sure to join high rolling Japanese bankers and businessmen in tying one on at the notorious watering holes of Nishiki Avenue. As a major transportation hub for bullet trains with easy access to beautiful beaches, mountains and forests, Nagoya provides a unique blend of Japan's many attributes.

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Klang

The Nagoya Station and Sakae are the landmarks of this metropolis that prospered as a key trade route junction are the high-rise building and Nagoya castle.

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Jakarta

In the last 3 years, been visiting this city at least once in a year for business trip. As the small city and the business city, Nagoya is just nice to short time visit. The food, with the local chicken wings "Yamachan" is a phenomenon! always take this when visit. May be i need to explore more rather than just the city side.

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Singapore

Catch Cherry blossom here in March, it's beautiful with rich Japanese culture to explore. Interesting.

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San Jose
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The city itself isn't much to see, but there are a lot of museums, temples, and gardens that are worth a visit. Since nearly all signage is in Japanese (it's not exactly HK), it might be easier to do the "Nagoya Sightseeing Route Bus" instead of the subway; it's basically a hop on/hop off bus with no guide.

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I often go there,many restaurants are there u can check it out too

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Hot springs

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hospitality. fresh vibes . a cool city .

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Nagoya is a nice place, enjoyed the Nagoya Castle, more of a working city.

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Santa Clara

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Bangkok

The good point around Nagoya Station is the enhancement of the underground area where you can enjoy shopping by walking without worrying about cars.
However, compared with Osaka and Kyoto in front of the station where the Shinkansen stops, there are places where shopping areas are not wide open despite the extensive coverage.
Well, therefore, accommodation is easier to find than Osaka and Kyoto, and even for a business hotel of the same level you receive an impression that 1000 yen is cheaper.
In the past, I was disgusted with Nagoya's oil-grilled, carbohydrate-rich foods, but over the past 10 years Takashimaya has become so sophisticated that it can be built in front of the station. At the same time, it is also a fact that it was not possible to extend the legs to Ryou.
Nagoya is a "convenient city" in a nutshell.

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