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Nagoya

Nagoya Castle

Nagoya Castle, built by Tokugawa Ieyasu as the residence of the Owari Tokug…

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The Nagoya Public Aquarium

The Nagoya Public Aquarium for a demonstration of killer whale training and…

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Atsuta Jingu Shrine

The shrine has a long and distinguished history and on the grounds are a 1,…

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Nagoya TV Tower

Nagoya TV Tower, Japan’s first radio tower built in 1954, is 180 meters hig…

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Sakae

Sakae, another thriving area of Nagoya City. Shopping and gourmet food in a…

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Tokugawaen

Tokugawaen is a beautiful daimyo garden of the Edo period. Visitors can enj…

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The Tokugawa Art Museum

The museum houses more than 10,000 pieces of highquality daimyo (lords) goo…

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The Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology

The Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology is adjacent and …

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Noritake Garden

Noritake Garden, a recreational area in the old Noritake factory, can be re…

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SCMAGLEV and Railway Park

SCMAGLEV and Railway Park shows the development of high-speed railway techn…

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Nagoya City Science Museum planetarium

Nagoya City Science Museum planetarium, with its inner diameter of 35 meter…

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NAGOYA

Nagoya City was the domain of one of the three top families of the Tokugawa…

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NAGOYA (ATT.JAPAN ISSUE 12)

Visit a historic castle, and experience Japanese culture and shopping with …

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THE 2005 WORLD EXPOSITION IN AICHI (ATT.JAPAN ISSUE 21)

The 2005 World Exposition in Aichi, Japan is the first Exposition of the 21…

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AICHI/NAGOYA (ATT.JAPAN ISSUE 58)

Aichi Prefecture is one of the leading areas for manufacturing worldwide an…