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2017.08.28
Date: September 16 (Sat)-November 5 (Sun), 2017Closed: Mondays (or the following weekday if a national holiday)Time: 10:00 AM-5:00 PM (Admission until 4:30 PM)Venue: Tokugawa Art MuseumAdmission fee:Adults: 1,400 yen, high school/university students: 700 yen, elementary/junior high school students: 500 yen*Free admission for elementary, junior high school, and high school students every SaturdayAc...
2017.08.24
The Nippon Domannaka (literally meaning “right in the middle of Japan”) Festival (commonly known as Domatsuri) was established by the ambition of students in Nagoya who hoped to revitalize Japan through this festival. Nagoya is crowded with numerous dancers who hold naruko (Japanese clappers) and wear costumes of various colors, bringing Domatsuri to all parts of the city.Schedule: Aug...
2017.08.24
Nagoya is famous for its one-of-a-kind food culture. The term Nagoyameshi (meaning "Nagoya cuisine") covers all different special foods originated in Nagoya. The main characteristic of Nagoyameshi is rich and strong flavors.It is becoming more and more popular all throughout Japan. NAGOYAMESHI EXPO is an event held among restaurants within Nagoya. Purchasing the tickets, allows you to enjoy all so...
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