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Nagoya is a modern vibrant city,yet it is sprinkled with touches of the past.
The city is ideal for shopping or just strolling.If you are interested in seeing traditional Japan,drop in at one of the beautiful temples,museums or art galleries.
Characterize by the gold "shachi" adorning the roof. This castle was built in 1612 by Ieyasu Tokugawa.
Enjoy the many blooming flowers in the Japanese Daimyou garden and enjoy a walk around the pond that is located in the center.
|The Tokugawa Art Museum
The museum preserves the extensive holding of the Tokugawa family including famous 12th century illustrated scroll Tale of Genji.
Traditional Japanese style garden which has beautiful Koi pond, trees and flowers.
The Atsuta Shrine is the 2nd largest shrine after Ise Shrine and about 6.5 million people visit here annually.
The town has a history of approximately 400 years of the tie-dyeing process for kimono fabric.
|Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology
Established under the cooperation of 13 companies of the Toyota Group, it introduces the technological transition in the textile and the automobile industries through the exhibition and demonstration of the actual machine.
You can enjoy seeing old Noritake, shopping, restaurant and hand painting workshop.
|Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium
Dynamic dolphin shows, are held daily in one of the largest pools in the world.