Nagoya TV Tower *closed
Gaze out far across a range of mountains including Mt. Ontake and Mt. Hakusan as well as the city of Nagoya from the 90-meter high Sky Deck and 100-meter high Sky Balcony in Hisaya-Odori Park, located at the very center of Nagoya in Sakae. Built in 1954, Nagoya TV Tower is the first consolidated radio tower built in Japan. The tower was made into a registered tangible cultural property in 2005, and was renovated with a reopening on April 26, 2012.
3-6-15 Nishiki, Naka-ku, Nagoya
|Area||Sakae / Fushimi|
|Access||●Just outside Exit 4B from the south ticket gate of Hisaya-odori Station on the Meijo and Sakura-dori subway lines
●3-minute walk from Exit 3 or Exit 4 from Sakae Station on the Meijo and Higashiyama subway lines, as well as Sakaemachi Station on the Meitetsu Line
|Regular Holiday||January 7, 2019—July 2020 (tentative) due to renovations.|
|Cost||Adults: 700 yen, high school/university students: 600 yen, elementary/junior high school students: 300 yen, seniors (ages 65 and above): 600 yen
*Differs by event.
|Parking||Parking available in the Nagoya City Greenery Association parking lot. 9 spaces for passenger cars and buses (pay parking).
For others, a designated parking lot is available. (30 minutes free with submission of parking ticket.)