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2019.07.01
Event information: Hello, Nagoya! The best of Peanuts is here. This showing introduces the charm of the approximate 50-year-old American newspaper comic Peanuts, together with valuable merchandise. The exhibition is a special, limited time chance for fans as it packs in the appeal of all five exhibitions held at the Snoopy Museum in Tokyo's Roppongi before its close in the fall of 2018. Get a fee...
2019.06.10
Sales of the Nagoya Subway 24-Hour Ticket began from the first train's departure on Monday, May 27, letting you ride Nagoya's subway system as much as you like for 24 hours. This ticket is a bargain as you can ride all of the subway lines as many times as you want for 24 hours. •Price: 740 yen for adults and 370 yen for children •Scope of use: All subway lines •Purchase location: Ti...
2019.05.07
Date: Saturday, March 23-Monday, June 10, 2019 Closed: Thursdays, March 27, April 10, April 24, May 2, May 8, and May 22 Time: *The circus is approximately 2 hours and 10 minutes with a 20-minute break.*Show times may vary by day. Venue: Shirakawa Park's special event area Admission fee: Adults: 3,500 yen and children: 2,500 yen for tickets sold the day of *Reserved seats available Access: 6-minu...
2019.04.25
Golden Week is a long consecutive holiday vacation, and it spans 10 days from 4/27 to 5/6 in 2019 with a number of sightseeing facilities within Nagoya remaining open everyday throughout the holiday period. (Please note that many are closed on Tuesday, May 7.) Let us offer you our recommendations for enjoyable events during Nagoya's Golden Week vacation. Nagoya Sightsee...
2019.03.25
Date: • 12:00 AM-3:30 PM on Saturday, March 30 • 11:00 AM-3:00 PM on Sunday, March 31 Venue: Shidami Kofungun Experience Museum Admission fee: Free admission (Some events require fees) Access: By car: Approximate 3 km from the Tomei Expressway Moriyama Smart Interchange By train: 25-minute walk from Kozoji Station on the JR Chuo line (when using a city bus from Kozoji Station) • 8-minute walk fr...
2019.03.16
Date: Saturday, March 16-Sunday, June 2, 2019 Closed: Mondays (but open on April 29 and May 6), the third Friday of the month, and May 7 and 8 Time: 9:30 AM-5:00 PM (Admission until 4:30 PM) Venue: B2 Event Hall in the Science and Technology Building of Nagoya City Science Museum Admission fee: Adults: 1,200 yen, high school/university students: 700 yen, elementary/junior high school students: 50...
2019.02.25
Date: Saturday, February 23-Sunday, April 7, 2019 Closed: Mondays and the fourth Tuesday of the month Time: 9:30 AM-5:00 PM (Admission until 30 minutes before closing) Venue: Special Exhibition Hall, Nagoya City Museum 1F Admission fee: Adults: 1,300 yen, high school/university students: 900 yen, elementary/junior high school students: 500 yen Access: 5-minute walk from Exit 4 of Sakurayama Stati...
2019.02.14
Date: Saturday, January 26-Tuesday, April 9, 2019 *Varies by establishment Closed: Varies by establishment Admission fee: Varies by establishment Event information: Japan has a custom of celebrating the birth of female babies by decorating the house with hina dolls during the Doll Festival on March 3. Due to things like changes in Japanese people's lifestyles, decorating the house with these d...
2019.01.28
Date: From Saturday, February 2, 2019 Venue: Cinema Skhole Admission fee: Adults: 1,700 yen, students: 1,400 yen Access: ●2-minute walk west from the Taiko-dori exit of Nagoya Station Event information: The works of Banana Yoshimoto are published in over 30 countries, and beloved the world over. Her short novel Memories of a Dead End, which she herself deems the best of her work, has been ma...
2019.01.18
Event information: This year is the year of the boar. Go check out spots related to boars for a little luck in your year. Nagoya's Meito-ku area has an area with the kanji character for "boar" featured in its name. It has natural rock formations referred to as "Inokoishi" which are stunningly similar to a boar, and are said to be the origin of the area's name. ■The "male rock" at Inokoishi Shrin...
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