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Enjoy Nagoya Trips Using a New Travel Style

Enjoy Nagoya Trips Using a New Travel Style





Avoid the risk of infection and enjoy a pleasant, safe trip. This page offers recommended information for those planning a Nagoya trip. Please be sure to check it out.

New Travel Etiquette

Travel Liaison Association (in cooperation with: Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism)

Avoid the "Three Cs" for a safe, secure, and fun trip.

Reduce the risk of infection and travel with peace of mind.
Please thoroughly comply with infection countermeasures, including avoiding the “Three Cs” (closed spaces, crowded places, and close-contact settings), maintaining distance from others, wearing a mask, and washing your hands.
Please check the reference site below before heading out.

*Please check “Information Concerning the Novel Coronavirus” below for information about the current situation within the City of Nagoya.

Major Tourist Spots in the City of Nagoya

Nagoya has lots of unique spots such as historical landmarks, manufacturing experiences, shopping, theme parks, and more!
You’re sure to find places that pique your interest!

Nagoya Castle

In 1610, Tokugawa Ieyasu began the construction of Nagoya Castle, as a residence for his son Yoshinao. The castle burned down in the war, but in 1959, the five-story main tower keep (approx. 48 meters), with its golden shachi ornaments, and the sub tower keep (approx. 24 meters) were reconstructed.
The Nagoya Omotenashi Bushotai greet visitors every day at the main gate, and were the reason behind the bushotai boom across the nation. They also put on an omotenashi performance on weekends and national holidays.
In addition, Hommaru Palace was fully opened to the public on June 8, 2018, after the completion of reconstruction work that had taken over 10 years.

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Nagoya TV Tower

Built in 1954, Nagoya TV Tower is the first consolidated radio tower built in Japan and has been registered as a tangible cultural property. Since the initial opening, the entire tower has undergone repair work and been reborn as a new city landmark.

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Osu Shopping District

Said to be the liveliest shopping district in Japan, there are all kinds of shops here, including electrical appliance shops, secondhand clothing stores, restaurants, and cafes. The mall is always crowded with people and filled with energy. Within the shopping district is Banshoji Temple, with Osu Entertainment Hall also nearby. Many events are held throughout the year, including the Osu Summer Festival in August, the Osu Daido-chonin Festival in October and the Osu Setsubun Takarabune Gyoretsu (treasure ship parade) in February.

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Historic Townscapes of Arimatsu

The village was established in 1608 between the post towns of Chiryu and Narumi on the Old Tokaido Road, through encouragement by the ruling clan. The traditional Arimatsu-shibori tie-dyeing of this area is said to have been invented by the first immigrant to the village, Takeda Shokuro, and the village prospered along with the tie-dyeing industry. Arimatsu lies along about 800 gently bending meters of the Tokaido Road. The townscape's relatively relaxed atmosphere has been preserved, with many wide-plot tie-dyeing stores, gates, and fences.

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Easy to get around! Convenient and economical
Nagoya Sightseeing Route Bus Me~guru

Direct access to major sightseeing spots in the city!
Guides ride on weekends and holidays!

The Me~guru Nagoya Sightseeing Route Bus is a special and convenient bus that makes a tour of popular tourist spots in Nagoya. If you purchase a special One-Day Pass, you may ride just the Me~guru Bus an unlimited number of times for one day, as well as receiving discounts and other benefits at tourist facilities.

Suggestions on How to Enjoy Nagoya Trips!

Seasonal Features and Columns

Introducing Nagoya’s seasonal information divided by theme. Discover new ways to enjoy Nagoya!

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Fully enjoy Nagoya with recommended routes♪

Introducing various courses with a focus on history and culture, courses that efficiently take you around to major sightseeing spots, and courses that the whole family will love!

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Must-Eat When You Come to Nagoya - "Nagoya Meshi"

Known as Nagoya Meshi, local cuisine such as Tebasaki, Teppan Napolitan, Hitsumabushi, and Miso-nikomi Udon Noodles is not to be missed when sightseeing in Nagoya. Introducing Nagoya’s gourmet spots that must be experienced at least once.

Hitsumabushi

Slices of char-grilled eel are served atop a steaming bed of rice in a wooden container. Separate it into four servings and scoop out the first portion, savoring its natural taste. For the second portion, add the accompanying condiments and enjoy. The third segment is enjoyed like Ochazuke, doused in green tea or broth. For the final serving, repeat your favorite of the three different ways to eat this gourmet dish. Covered in rich tamari sauce, the taste of the eel is preserved even when tea or broth is added.

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Miso-nikomi Udon Noodles

Miso-nikomi Udon Noodles is a popular dish enjoyed in restaurants, at home, or as souvenirs. Boiled in a rich miso based soup and served piping hot in an earthenware pot, these noodles will tempt your appetite. Cooked and served in the same earthenware pot, the noodles are boiled in fresh rather than salt water to provide a firmer texture. The special soybean miso also retains its full flavor despite being boiled.

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Kishimen

Kishimen’s soup is typically tamari soy sauce based, with dried Soda-bonito and mackerel stock. Basic ingredients include deep fried tofu, steamed fish paste, green leaf vegetables, and dried bonito shavings to name a few. Kishimen’s unique soup flavor and noodle texture makes an exquisite combination, prepared in the time honored Nagoya style.

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Tebasaki

Tebasaki are chicken wings that are deep fried without batter, coated in a tasty salty-sweet sauce, and sprinkled with aromatic spices and sesame seeds. Some bars and Chinese restaurants simmer the wings instead of frying them. Apart from being an essential on restaurant bar menus, it is also highly popular as take-out, and is a regular in department store basements and delis.

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Ogura Toast

Ogura toast is a half-Japanese half western style sweet enjoyed at coffee houses. Butter or margarine is spread on the toast, and topped with Anko, sweet red bean paste. The saltiness of the butter and piping hot bread bring out the mellow sweetness of the Anko. Aichi Prefecture boasts a high consumption of Anko, and a high frequency of coffee shop use.

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Also Sharing Nagoya’s Attractions on Social Media

Facebook:English Account @visitnagoya.japan

Instagram:Japanese and English Account @nagoya_info

Information Concerning the Novel Coronavirus

Aichi Multilingual Call Center

Introducing a call center that can refer foreign tourists to medical institutions.

>>Aichi Multilingual Call Center

Chubu International Airport (Centrair)

>>Centrair’s Disease Control Measures and Requests to Visitors

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