Tourist Information Center
Tourist information centers are operated by Nagoya Convention & Visitors Bureau. Visit the centers to get information on sightseeing, souvenirs, events, and brochures.■ Request Regarding Use of Nagoya City Tourist Information Centers (From Saturday, May 30)
Thank you for using Nagoya City Tourist Information Centers.
Please cooperate with countermeasures against novel coronavirus for the safety of all visitors.
―At Tourist Information Centers―
● In order to maintain distance between people, please leave space when lining up.
● Please wear a mask to prevent against droplet infection
● Please use the hand sanitizer provided to clean your hands
● Please refrain from holding conversations in a loud voice
―Measures Regarding Travelling―
● Please refrain from going out if you have flu-like symptoms or otherwise feel unwell
● Please keep a record of your movements, including when, where, with whom, and for how long you had contact with others
● Please cooperate with taking actions such as washing your hands, gargling, and wearing a mask as often as possible in order to prevent spreading or contracting the virus.
Thank you for your understanding in protecting the safety of everyone.
- Nagoya Station Tourist Information Center
- Oasis 21 i Center
- Kanayama Tourist Information Center
- Nagoya Port
Nagoya Station Tourist Information Center
Oasis 21 i Center
◆Tourist Information Center Notice
The Hands-Free Tourist Counter has been set up at Oasis21 i Center. Here, you can make use of a service allowing you to store your luggage for a period as well as a delivery service.
【Business hours】10:00 AM–5:00 PM (Luggage pickup available until 8:00 PM.)
【Price】 500 yen (excluding tax) for middle-sized / 800 yen (excluding tax) for large-sized
※ Hands-Free Tourist Counter management: Aichi Corporate Business Branch, Yamato Transport Co., Ltd.
Experience Nagoya's traditional arts!
Hands-on events surrounding the traditional art form of dyeing are held on the second and third Monday of every month in front of Oasis 21 iCenter.
Nagoya is home to a traditional dyeing industry with items made through Arimatsu-Narumi tie-dyeing, Nagoya black dyeing with white emblems, and Nagoya yuzen dyeing. The culture of dyeing kimono and other items took root in Nagoya long ago, and its various techniques continue on even today. Events allowing you to create hand towels through Arimatsu-Narumi tie-dyeing on the second Monday of the month and handkerchiefs through marble dyeing on the third Monday of the month are held to let people feel the joy of the dyeing arts. Be sure to try it at least once.
※ Held on the following Tuesday if the Monday falls on a national or other holiday
※ Held on the third and fourth Tuesday for September only. Be careful as the schedule differs from the typical events.
Hours: 11:00 AM–5:00 PM (Reservation available until 4:30 PM)
※ Please understand that there may be a time frame when reception becomes temporarily unavailable due staff helping to exchange water.
Time required: Approx. 20 min. (Changes depending on the amount of participants.)
Admission: 800 yen and above
※ Reservations are not required, and pieces created can be brought home once finished.
※ English instruction is also available.
|Time||10:00AM - 8:00PM|
|Closed||1/1 and 3/3/2020|
Kanayama Tourist Information Center
Outside Opening Hours
Language spoken: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Filipino, and Vietnamese. The number of languages spoken may vary from day to day.
Nagoya-shi Nakamura-ku Nagono 1-47-1 Nagoya International Center Building 3F