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Nagoya, which is known for excellent performing arts nurtured by its long history and tradition, offers various kinds of events. You can enjoy seasonal events all year around.

Nagoya's Autumn Leaves Special Collection

Let us introduce spots in Nagoya known for their autumn leaves. Establishments open at night as well as illuminations and other events are held. Take in the fall season as you admire its leaves in shades of yellow and red.

Nagoya city area

Yagotosan Koshoji Temple

Best viewing time: The middle of November-beginning of December
100 trees such as Japanese maples
Admission fee: Free
・The view from Chikusui-tei teahouse is recommended (500-yen viewing fee, 10:00 AM-4:00 PM)
Transportation: 3-minute walk from Exit 1 of Yagoto Station on the Meijo subway line
Website

Yagotosan Koshoji Temple

Tokugawaen (Closed: Mondays)

Best viewing time: The middle of November-beginning of December
About 300 trees such as Japanese maples
・Illumination: Sundown-8:30 PM on 11/29-12/1, 12/6-12/8/2019
*Admission until 8:00 PM
Admission fee: 300 yen for high school/university students and adults, free for junior high school students and younger
Transportation: Just next to Me~guru Nagoya Sightseeing Route Bus "Tokugawaen" Bus Stop
10-minute walk from the south exit of JR Ozone Station
Website

Tokugawaen

Shirotori Garden (Closed: Mondays)

Best viewing time: The end of November-beginning of December
About 1,500 trees such as Japanese maples and Enkianthus perulatus
・Maple Viewing Event and Tea Ceremony: 11/16, 11/17, and 11/24/2019
・Illumination: 11/16-12/8/2019
Admission fee: 300 yen for adults and free for junior high school students and younger
Transportation: 10-minute walk from Exit 4 of Jingu Nishi Station on the Meijo subway line
Website

Shirotori Garden

Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens (Closed: Mondays)

Best viewing time: The middle of November-beginning of December
500 trees such as Japanese maples and Acer pycnanthum
・Leaf viewing event: 11/15-12/1/2019
・Illumination: 11/15-11/17, 11/24, 11/30, and 12/1/2019 (*Only botanical garden open until 8:30 PM)
Admission fee: 500 yen for high school students and above and free for junior high school students and younger
Transportation: Hoshigaoka Station and Higashiyama Koen Station on the Higashiyama subway line
WebsiteExternal Link

Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens

Meijo Park

Best viewing time: The middle of November-end of November
Chinese tallow trees, gingko trees, Japanese zelkovas, etc.
Admission fee: Free admission
Transportation: 2-minute walk from Exit 2 of Meijo Koen Station on the Meijo subway line
Website

Meijo Park

Seto City

Iwayado Park

Best viewing time: The middle of November
About 200 trees along the river such as maples
・Japanese Maple Festival: 11/1-11/30/2019
・Illumination: 5:30 PM-9:00 PM, 11/9-11/17/2019
Inquiries: +81-561-85-2730
Admission fee: Free admission
Transportation: Approximate 20-minute taxi ride from Meitetsu Owari Seto Station

Iwayado Park

Jokoji Temple/Jokoji Park

Best viewing time: The end of November
About 200 trees such as maples
・Japanese Maple Festival: 11/2-12/1/2019
Inquiries: +81-561-85-2730
Admission fee: Free admission
Transportation: Approximate 15-minute walk from JR Jokoji Station

Jokoji Temple/Jokoji Park

Toyota City

Korankei

Best viewing time: The middle of November-end of November
About 4,000 trees with 11 kinds, such as Japanese maples
・Korankei Momiji Matsuri: 11/1-11/30
・Illumination: Sundown-9:00 PM on 11/1-11/30
Inquiries: +81-565-62-1272
Admission fee: Free admission
Transportation: "Korankei" Bus Stop via Meitetsu Bus for Asuke from Meitetsu Toyotashi Station (approximately 45 minutes)

Korankei

Korankei Momiji Matsuri2019 Walking mapExternal Link

Obara Shikizakura Festival

Best viewing time: The beginning of November-end of November
A combination of about 10,000 trees featuring winter cherry blossoms and autumn leaves
・Obara Shikizakura Festival: 9:00 AM-4:00 PM on 11/1-11/30
Inquiries: +81-565-65-3808
Admission fee: Free admission
Transportation: Toyota Oiden Bus for Kaminigi on the Obara/Toyota route from the east exit of Meitetsu Toyotashi Station (approximately 1 hour)
WebsiteExternal Link

Obara Shikizakura Festival

Inuyama City

Jakkoin Temple

Best viewing time: The middle of November-beginning of December
1,000 Japanese and other maple trees
・Japanese Maple Festival: 11/9-12/8/2019
Inquiries: +81-568-61-0035
Admission fee: Free admission
Transportation: 20-minute walk or 5-minute taxi ride from Meitetsu Inuyamayuen Station, 2 kilometers upstream of the Kiso River.

Jakkoin Temple

Tokai City

Shurakuen Park

Best viewing time: The middle of November-beginning of December
About 550 trees with seven kinds including Japanese maples
・Japanese Maple Festival: 11/17-11/30/2019. Event on 11/17 (10:00 AM-3:00 PM).
Inquiries: +81-562-32-5149
Admission fee: Free admission
Transportation: 5-minute walk east of Meitetsu Shurakuen Station

shurakuen Park Daibutsu

ScheduleMid-November to Early December

Nagoya Illumination Special Collection 2019

Nagoya is full of fun events like illuminations and projection mappings, a Christmas market, skating rinks, fireworks, and more in winter. Have a wonderful time in Nagoya with that special someone.

Nagoya Station area

Midland Christmas 2019

Wednesday, November 6-Wednesday, December 25, 2019
Illumination: 5:00 PM-11:00 PM (Some days differ)
Location: Midland Square (Nagoya Station)

Themed "White Fantasia" this year.
Website

Midland Christmas 2019

KITTE Nagoya's Star Christmas

Friday, November 15-Wednesday, December 25, 2019
Illumination: 5:15 AM-12:30 AM
KITTE Nagoya 1F Atrium and other areas

Holding Christmas tree and concert events following a storyline.
Website
*Japanese page only

KITTE Nagoya's Star Christmas

Noritake Garden's Christmas Garden 2019

Saturday, November 9-Wednesday, December 25, 2019
Illumination: After sundown-7:00 PM (Until 9:00 PM, 12/21-12/25)
*Closed: Mondays (Open on Monday, December 23.)
Location: Noritake Garden (Kamejima Station on the Higashiyama subway line / Me~guru Nagoya Sightseeing Route Bus "Noritake Garden" Bus Stop)

Santa and a giant Christmas tree make an appearance, and approximately 40,000 lights illuminate the park from sundown!
Website

Noritake Garden's Christmas Garden 2019

Sakae area

Iceless skating rink, Toyoda Gosei Rink

Saturday (national holiday), November 23, 2019-Sunday, March 1, 2020
・1:00 PM-8:00 PM (Weekdays)
・10:00 AM-8:00 PM (Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays, and 12/24-1/6)
(Admission until 30 minutes before closing)
Location: Oasis 21 (Sakae Station on the Higashiyama and Meijo subway lines)
Weekdays: 900 yen for junior high school students and older, 500 yen for elementary school students and younger
Holidays: 1,200 yen for junior high school students and older, 500 yen for elementary school students and younger, etc.

You can skate on this rink as it is made of a special plastic material.
First-timers and children can easily stand on this rink in comparison with an ice rink.
Website

Iceless skating rink, Toyoda Gosei Rink

ASUNAL KANAYAMA CUTELY RETRO CHRISTMAS

Wednesday, November 6-Wednesday, December 25, 2019
Illumination: 5:00 PM-11:00 PM (Tentative)
Location: ASUNAL KANAYAMA (Kanayama Station on the subway, Meitetsu, and JR lines)
Free admission

Depicting a colorful, poppy Christmas perspective reminiscent of retro American culture.
Website
*Japanese page only

ASUNAL KANAYAMA FANTASY ILLUMINATION

Shirotori Garden's Akari Art

Saturday, November 16-Sunday, December 8, 2019
Garden hours: 9:00 AM-9:00 PM (admission until 8:30 PM)
Illumination: Sundown-9:00 PM
Closed: Mondays
*Closes at 5:00 PM on Friday, November 22 and Saturday, November 23
Location: Shirotori Garden (10-minute walk from Exit 4 of Jingu Nishi Station on the Meijo subway line)
Adults: 300 yen, junior high school students and younger: free

Akari lantern art made with Mino-washi Japanese paper and illumination of autumn leaves with Japanese lanterns.
Website

Shirotori Garden's Akari Art

Port of Nagoya

ISOGAI Fireworks Theater in Port of Nagoya

Saturday, December 21, 2019
Doors open at 5:00 PM / Event from 6:30 PM (planned to finish at 7:15 PM).
*Held rain or shine (moved to the next day on the 22nd in severe weather)
Location: All around Garden Pier, Port of Nagoya (Just outside Nagoyako Station on the Meiko subway line)
Admission: 5,000 yen for S seats and 3,500 yen for A seats

Paired with music, fireworks soar upward creating an Xmas story in a beautiful fireworks musical. *Held rain or shine
Website
*Japanese page only

ISOGAI Fireworks Theater in Port of Nagoya

SEA TRAIN LAND's Very Merry Christmas 2019

Saturday (national holiday), November 23-Wednesday, December 25, 2019
Illumination: 4:30 PM-8:00 PM
*Until 10:00 PM on Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays, and during winter vacation.
SEA TRAIN LAND, Port of Nagoya (5-minute walk from Exit 3 of Nagoyako Station on the Meiko subway line)
*Free admission (Charges for rides, etc.)

Shining illuminations and more set to sound, painting the park with approximately 50,000 lights.
Website
*Japanese page only

SEA TRAIN LAND's Very Merry Christmas 2019

Outside Nagoya

Nabana no Sato Illumination

Saturday, October 19, 2019-Wednesday, May 6, 2020
9:00 AM-9:00 PM *Lengthened to 10:00 PM on certain days.
Location: Nabana no Sato (30-minute ride by Meitetsu Bus from Nagoya Station)
Admission: 2,300 yen for elementary school students and adults (including a 1,000-yen coupon for use within Nabana no Sato). Free for children younger than elementary school students.

One of the largest and impressively bright illumination events in Japan!
Website

Nabana no Sato Illumination

The brightest ever Winter Laguna

Saturday, November 2, 2019-Tuesday, March 31, 2020
Illumination: Sunset-Lagunasia's closing time (business hours may differ by season)
Location: Lagunasia in LAGUNA TEN BOSCH (15-minute ride by free shuttle bus from Gamagori Station on the JR Tokaido Line)
Admission: 2,250 yen for adults (junior high school ages and above) and 1,300 yen for elementary school students

Enjoy the sparkle of six big illumination events, three projection mapping shows, and ten different photogenic spots.
WebsiteExternal Link

The brightest ever Winter Laguna

"Ryotei Kawabun" Cultural Night-Visit Nagoya

This is an event where you can take the chance to relax and have a memorable experience enjoying traditional Japanese culture at the oldest Japanese-style restaurant in Nagoya called, “Place of Art”.There you can enjoy various activities such as: Japanese dances, samurai warrior sword performances, traditional Japanese magic, and sutra readings. You can also try on Kimono (a traditional Japanese clothing), or have a go at ozashiki-asobi (a traditional Japanese parlor game). This is an event where not just local citizens can have fun, but it is an even where overseas or domestic tourists alike can also have a great time together learning about traditional Japanese culture.

You can enjoy various contents every day.

【Japanese Traditional Magic& Samurai Sword Performance】

お座敷遊び 【Traditional Instruments】

古典楽器体験 【Japanese Casino】

鉄火場での丁半ゲーム Other
【kimono experience】【Geisha's Game】 Etc. can be enjoyed daily.

21:30 ~ Doors open
22:00 ~ Appreciation performance
22:20 ~23:00 Take pictures, talk with performers, and enjoy the experience of traditional performing arts.

▼ Click here for details⇒”kawabun" Cultural Night-Visit NagoyaExternal link

ScheduleSeptember 1, 2019 – March 31, 2020
21:30-23:00
PlaceRyotei (Japanese-style restaurant) Kawabun
Access2-13-4 Marunouchi Naka-ku Nagoya-city, Aichi-pref 460-0002 Japan
TEL+81-52-222-0873
URLhttps://www.thekawabunnagoya.com/kawabun/External Link
Admission Fee4500 yen per person (1 drink included)
※Target age is 20 years or older.
※We carry out than 10 people.
ContactRyotei (Japanese-style restaurant) Kawabun

Special Collection of Recommended Sightseeing Spots You Can Enjoy Even on Mondays

Monday is known for facilities like art museums and zoos being closed. Here is a collection of recommended sightseeing spots you can enjoy even on Mondays.

In Nagoya, these ≪staple spots≫ are where to go

Nagoya Castle

The shimmering golden "shachi" upon Nagoya Castle's donjon (castle tower) is a symbol of the city. Within the castle is a museum where you can have fun learning about Nagoya's history. Reconstruction of the Hommaru Palace is also progressing, and completed areas open to the public as they occur.

Access Method: 5-minute walk from Shiyakusho Station on the subway
Nagoya Castle bus stop on the Me~guru bus route
Closed: Year-end/new year holiday
Website

Nagoya Castle

Osu Shopping District and Osu Kannon Temple

The "most active shopping district in Japan," lined with shops of all kinds offering household appliances, used clothing, fine food, etc. The flea market held within Osu Kannon Temple's premises is also popular.

Access Method: Osu Kannon Station and Kamimaezu Station on the subway
Closed: Osu Kannon Temple open year-round
Days closed differ from store to store in the shopping district
Website

Osu Shopping District and Osu Kannon Temple

Atsuta Shrine

This historical shrine is the second most revered after Ise Shrine, and is known for holding one of Japan's three sacred treasures, the legendary "Kusanagi-no-Mitsurugi" sword.

Access Method: 3-minute walk from Jingu-mae Station on the Meitetsu Line
7-minute walk from Jingu Nishi Station on the subway
Closed: Open year-round (Treasure Hall closed the last Wednesday of the month and the following day)
Website

Atsuta Shrine

Enjoy the city in ≪downtown Nagoya's Sakae area≫

Nagoya TV Tower

From its observation deck 100 meters above ground, look over the city of Nagoya and its outlying mountains. Lit up at night, this spot becomes a romantic setting, and has been named a "Lovers' Sanctuary."

Access Method: 5-minute walk from Hisaya-odori Station and Sakae Station on the subway
Closed: Open year-round (closed once a year for maintenance)
Website

Nagoya TV Tower

Oasis 21

This three-dimensional park is known for its giant floating "Spaceship-Aqua" glass roof. A variety of events are held on the "Galaxy Platform" atrium.

Access Method: Directly connected to Sakae Station on the subway
Closed: Twice a year
Website

Oasis 21

Hisaya-odori Garden Flarie

Feel nature while relaxing among gardens with blooming seasonal flowers. Also enjoy great tasting food and shopping.

Access Method: 3-minute walk from Yaba-cho Station on the subway
Closed: Year-end/new year holiday
Website

Hisaya-odori Garden Flarie

Go on an excursion to ≪the city's outer edge≫

SCMAGLEV and Railway Park

Focused on bullet trains, and featuring train car exhibits from local trains to the Superconducting Maglev train. You can learn about the workings of railroads and their histories through things like dioramas and driving simulators.

Access Method: 2-minte walk from Kinjo-futo Station on the Aonami Line
Closed: Tuesdays, year-end/new year holiday
Website

SCMAGLEV and Railway Park

Arimatsu-Narumi Tie-Dyeing Museum

Get an introduction to the tie-dyeing culture of the Arimatsu and Narumi area. Walking through the still existing beautiful townscape portrayed in the woodblock prints of even Hokusai and Hiroshige is recommended.

Access Method: 5-minute walk from Arimatsu Station on the Meitetsu Line
Closed: Open throughout April-November
Closed on Wednesdays and the year-end/new year holiday from December-March
*May be closed at unspecified times

Arimatsu-Narumi Tie-Dyeing Museum

Nagoya Ceramics Hall

An exhibition introduction to pottery pieces for export which have captivated the world. The building's art deco atmosphere, featuring things like ceiling reliefs, is also worth a look.

Access Method: 3-minute walk from the Akatsuka Shirakabe city bus stop
Closed: Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays, the summer season, year-end/new year holiday
*May be closed at unspecified times

Nagoya Ceramics Hall

Joya no Kane(The Tolling Bell Ceremony on New Year's Eve)

In the end of the year through the New Year’s season, Japan offers many traditional events to be experienced while traveling there.
One of the biggest Buddhist ceremonies is Joya no Kane, or the tolling of temple bells at midnight. 
According to Buddhist beliefs, it is customary to ring the bell 108 times as this number corresponds to the number of evil desires that we suffer from on earth. Ringing the bell 108 times rids us of our evil passions, and purifies us for the upcoming year. The following temples in Nagoya partake in this ceremony and allow people to watch or actually participate in ringing the bell.

Osu Kannon Temple 
Koshoji (Yagotoyama)
Nittaiji (Kakuozan)
Kenchuji Temple
Arako Kannon

ScheduleAround midnight, January 1st

Hatsumoude

Hatsumoude is an event in which people visit shrines, temples or churches for the first time in a new year to pray for safety and peace in that year. Generally speaking, Hatsumoude should be completed within the first three days of January. However, it is said that one’s first visit during the month of January, whenever it takes place, will be satisfactory. This event is also called "hatsumairi."
Especially, Atsuta Shrine and Osu Kannon Temple are crowded on New Year when many people come to pray.

ScheduleAll January
PlaceShinto shrines, Buddhist temples, churches, etc.

2018-2019 Year-end and New Year Holiday Special Feature

An abundance of fun, must-see New Year's events during the year-end and new year holiday like countdown events, the tolling of temple bells, the first visit of the year to a shrine or temple, and special new year events. Have a wonderful time bringing in the new year in Nagoya with family and friends.

New Year's Eve Events

"Nagoya Castle Countdown Show!" and Opening of Nagoya Castle's Gates in the New Year

◆"Nagoya Castle Countdown Show!"
Date and time: 9:00 p.m.-1:30 a.m. (closing at 2:00 a.m.), Monday, December 31, 2018
◆Opening of the gates in the new year
Date and time: 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (closing at 5:00 p.m.), Tuesday (national holiday), January 1, 2019

Location: Nagoya Castle
Admission fee: Required
Count down together with Nagoya's idol group "Team Syachi".
For more details, click here.

Nagoya Castle Countdown Show! and Opening of Nagoya Castle's Gates in the New Year

 

Nagashima Countdown & New Year's Party 2019

Date and time: 8:00 p.m., Monday, December 31, 2018-3:00 a.m., Tuesday (national holiday), January 1, 2019
Location: Nagashima Spa Land (External link)

Admission fee: Required
Enjoy live performances by famous artists and fireworks. You can also enjoy the amusement park rides.
For more details, click here. (Japanese only)

Nagashima Countdown & New Year's Party 2019

 

LAGUNA TEN BOSCH New Year's COUNT DOWN 2019

Date and time: 10:00 a.m., Monday, December 31, 2018-1:00 a.m., Tuesday (national holiday), January 1, 2019
Location: Lagunasia, Laguna Ten Bosch (External link)
Admission fee: Required

Enjoy live performances by famous artists and fireworks. You can also enjoy the amusement park rides.
For more details, click here. (Japanese only)

LAGUNA TEN BOSCH New Year's COUNT DOWN 2019 


First Sounding of Temple Bells & D-K Live Digital Scroll Art at Higashi Betsuin

Date and time: 8:00 p.m., Monday, December 31, 2018-1:30 a.m., Tuesday (national holiday), January 1, 2019
Location: Higashi Betsuin (Shinshu Otani-ha Nagoya Betsuin)
Fee: Free to watch
Enjoy a collaborative performance of light, art, and traditional Japanese culture with performances of "D-K Digital Scroll" art and the magical atmosphere it creates through projections of digital images on historic architecture, Noh theater, Japanese taiko drums, and more.
For more details, click here. (External link: Japanese only)

First Sounding of Temple Bells & D-K Live Digital Scroll Art at Higashi Betsuin


Tolling of Temple Bells

Date: December 31-January 1
Location: Temples everywhere
In Japan, the tolling of bells on New Year's Eve is done in what is called Joya no Kane. The bells are struck 108 times. It is said that within people dwell 108 worldly temptations (responsible for deceiving people's hearts and causing suffering in them), and the bells are run to expel those temptations. There are many temples where you yourself can strike the bell.
For more details, click here.

Tolling of Temple Bells


Spots to view the first sunrise of the year

Watch the first sunrise of the year from Nagoya TV Tower

Date and time: 6:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m., Tuesday (national holiday), January 1, 2019
(Final admission at 7:30 a.m.)
Location: Nagoya TV Tower
Admission fee: Required
You can watch the first sunrise of the year from two observation decks; the Sky Deck (90-meters high, indoor) and the Sky Balcony (100-meters high, outdoor).
*Admission limited to 400 people.
The last chance to see the first sunrise of the year from Nagoya TV Tower before it closes down for renovations (sun rises around 7:00 AM).

Nagoya TV Tower


Watch the first sunrise of the year from Sky Promenade!

Date and time: 5:30 a.m.-8:30 a.m., Tuesday (national holiday), January 1, 2019(Tentative)
Location: Midland Square Sky Promenade
Admission fee: Required

You can watch the first sunrise of the year from the tallest building in Nagoya.
Find out more (External link: Japanese only)

Midland Square Sky Promenade


First Visit of the Year to a Shrine or Temple

First Visit of the Year to a Shrine or Temple

Date and time: January
Location: Temples, shrines, etc.
Admission fee: Free
Japan has a custom, known as hatsumoude, where people visit temples and shrines in the beginning of the new year. People pray to ensure that the new year will be a good year.
For more details, click here.

First Visit of the Year to a Shrine or Temple


Other

Matsu wo Kotobuku, Celebrating New Year at Tokugawaen

Date: Wednesday, January 2-Thursday, January 3, 2019
Time: 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
*Closed: Mondays (if a national holiday or compensatory holiday, the immediately following weekday), Year-end and New Year Holiday (December 29-January 1)
Location: Tokugawaen
Admission fee: Required
This is a special event held to celebrate the new year.
From 9:30 AM on Wednesday, January 2, 2019, a drawing is held and warm adzuki bean soup is served to the first 300 guests to arrive. Also, tree peonies, a feature of Japan's winters, are displayed from January 2 through February 17.

Matsu wo Kotobuku, Celebrating New Year at Tokugawaen


New Year's Events at Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens

Date: Wednesday, January 2; Thursday, January 3; and Saturday, January 5, 2019
*Some areas cancelled on rainy days
Time: 9:00 AM-4:50 PM (Admission until 4:30 PM)
Location: Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens (External link)
Admission fee: Required
Animal Talk is held on the 2nd and 3rd in celebration of the new year. On the 5th, lucky koala bookmarks will be given to 500 students studying for school entrance exams on a first come, first served basis.

New Year's Events at Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens


New Year Tea Party at Shirotori Garden

Date and time: Sunday, January 6, Sunday, January 13, Monday (national holiday), January 14, 2019
11:00 AM-3:30 PM on Saturday the 6th
10:00 AM-3:30 PM on Sunday the 13th and Monday (national holiday) the 14th
Location: Shirotori Garden
Admission fee: Required
Enjoy tea ceremony in Seiu-tei, a tea house authentically built in with sukiya-style architecture, while gazing at beautiful yukizuri (ropes to prevent branches from snapping under heavy snow) scenery. A traditional Japanese instrument concert is also held.

New Year Tea Party at Shirotori Garden


Chinese New Year Festival in Nagoya

Date and time: Saturday, January 12-Monday (national holiday), January 14, 2019
11:00 AM-5:00 PM on Saturday the 12th

10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.10:00 AM-5:00 PM on Sunday the 13th and Monday (national holiday) the 14th
Location: Hisaya Plaza, Hisaya Odori Park
Admission fee: Free
The traditional Chinese lunar new year's "Chinese New Year Festival" is held. Learn about Chinese culture through this traditional festival. You can also get a taste of flavors, scents, and emotions.
For more details, click here.

Chinese New Year Festival in Nagoya

Chinese New Year

Lots of chinese food, dances and more at this Chinese New Year festival in Nagoya.

 

Schedule10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. (from 11:00 a.m. on January 12 (Sat)), January 12 (Sat)–January 14, 2019 (Mon/National holiday)
PlaceHisaya Park
AccessA few minutes walk from [sakae], [yaba-cho]station
TEL052-508-4177
URLhttp://www.n-cj.comExternal Link

Nagoya Dezomeshiki Firefighting Ceremony and Drills 2019

Featuring all the firefighting equipment for ground, sea, and air, such as fire engines, fire boats, firefighting helicopters, and more. Watch approximately 2,000 firefighting staff marching in line and performing rescue drills, as well as the simultaneous discharging of water and other firefighting drills.
In addition, events and a display of fire engines are held in the Shobo Fureai space.

ScheduleJanuary 13 (Sun), 2019
10:00 AM–11:45 AM
PlaceGarden Pier, Port of Nagoya
Minato-machi, Minato-ku, Nagoya
AccessNagoyako Station on the Meiko subway line
TEL+81-52-972-3504
Admission FeeFree

Toyoda Gosei Rink

A mysterious skating rink you can slide around on with skates even though it's not ice!
You can skate on this rink as it is made of a special plastic material. First-time skaters and children can easily experience skating as you don't get wet if you fall, and it's not cold. At night, images are projected onto the rink's surface, so you can enjoy the illumination in the middle of the rink.

Closed: None during the event period
Website:
*Japanese page only
https://www.nagoyatv.com/toyodagoseirink/

ScheduleNovember 23, 2018–March 3, 2019

Weekdays: 1:00 PM–8:00 PM
Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays / winter vacation (12/24–1/6): 10:00 AM–8:00 PM
*Admission until 30 minutes before closing
PlaceGalaxy Platform in Oasis 21
1-11-1 Higashi Sakura, Higashi-ku, Nagoya
AccessSakae Station on the Meijo and Higashiyama subway lines
TEL+81-52-331-9966 (Event Department, Nagoya TV)
Admission FeeRequired

Weekdays: 900 yen for junior high school students and older, 500 yen for elementary school students and younger
National holidays: 1,200 yen for junior high school students and older, 500 yen for elementary school students and younger
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