The Nagoya TV Tower is Japan's oldest radio and TV broadcasting tower and is registered as one of the country's tangible cultural properties. It rises at 180 m in height. Mount Ontake and Ise Bay can be seen from the Sky Balcony at 100 m above the ground. It is romantic to see the TV tower lighted up beautifully in the night. It was acknowledged as one of the night view heritage sites of Japan in July, 2013.
|Nagoya TV Tower|
|Observation Floor:Adults: ¥700→¥600
Aged 65 and above: ¥600→¥500
Sr.high school/College students: ¥600→¥500
Elementary/Jr.high school students: ¥300→¥200
Open throughout the year
|*Admission fees and operating hours are subject to change due to special events.
*Closed for renovation from January 2019 to early July 2020 (scheduled).
Three-dimensional park with function of bus terminal. The large glass roof "Spaceship-AQUA" offers amazing air walk at 14 m above the ground, and lively events are held almost every week at the "Galaxy Platform". There is also a wealth of restaurants and shops to explore, making this quite literal oasis within the city a perfect place to take a break.
|Nagoya TV Tower|
|Spaceship Aqua and retail stores open from 10:00 to 21:00, restaurants and Cafés from 10:00 to 22:00, and service shops from 10:00 to 20:00. (Business hours may vary.)|
|Closed:||New Year's Day, semi-annual legally-designated inspection days (shops only)|
Large cultural complex located at Sakae area of central Nagoya. Accommodating various functions, such as Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, Aichi Prefectural Art Theater, or other, many events are held always, including exhibitions and concerts. Annexed also are a restaurants and an art library. Guests will find a lot of fun whenever they may stroll in the complex.
|Nagoya TV Tower|
|Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art / ¥100 discount with advance exhibition
ticket purchase (The discount may not apply to all exhibitions.)
|Operating hours may vary|
|Closed:||Museum: Closed on Mondays (closed the following weekday when Monday is a national holiday), at year-end and new year, changing exhibition periods, and renovation work periods.
Theater: First and third Mondays (closed the following weekday when Monday is a national holiday), at year-end and new year, changing exhibition periods, and renovation work periods.
Cultural Information Center (Art Space, Art Library and Art Plaza): Monday (or next weekday if Monday is a holiday) and New Year holiday season.
Art Library is closed on the third Tuesday every month and during the maintenance period (within 12 days a year).
* Please view the web site for the renovation work period. http://www.aac.pref.aichi.jp
Widely introducing the world of design, the facilities on the fourth floor include the creators shop Loop that sells works of and supports activities by young creators, and the Design Gallery, a venue for presentations by designers companies.
This design creation center is a place to come into contact with and enjoy the world of design. Just looking at what our young creators have come up with can be great fun! www.idcn.jp/en
|Hirokoji-sakae bus stop.|
|creators shop Loop: +81-52-265-2106
Project Dept., International Design Center NAGOYA: +81-52-265-2105
|creators shop Loop: 0:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. (From April 12, 2018)
Design Gallery: 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (subject to change due to special events)
|Closed:||creators shop Loop: Tuesday, Wednesday, January 1 and tenants replacement period (from middle of March to early April)
Design Gallery: Tuesdays, the period around New Year's Day, and other dates as required