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Nagoya, the capital of Aichi Prefecture is also the principal city of the Nobi plain in Japan. It is known for its ancient samurai and ninja culture and is famous worldwide for being the leading hub of automobile and aircraft manufacturing units in Japan. But, there is more in the city other than its manufacturing roots that boast about its cosmopolitan aspects. It is now gaining popularity among travelers as well as the base for day trips to central Japan. The city also houses some of the beautiful parks, some fabulous museums, gorgeous temples and excellent shopping destinations that make Nagoya a perfect weekend getaway from the hectic life in Japan.
Tip: Natives hardly speak English in Japan so do carry a dictionary or travel with a local for effortless travel.
For being the leading business and industrial center of Japan, Nagoya attracts a multitude of travelers from across the world. Because of these business travelers, Nagoya's Chubu Centrair International Airport (NGO) is Japan's fourth most important international airport. It is located only 30 minutes away from the city's center and is easily accessible from Nagoya and various prominent cities across central Japan. There are many public transportation means, including train, bus, private shuttle, rental car, and taxi that make the travel to the city easy and comfortable.
While the airport serves as the hub to Philippine Airlines, T'way Air, AirAsia Japan like prominent airlines, over 70 airlines operate daily flights to Nagoya and connect the city to various domestic and international destinations. Thai Airways, Cathay Pacific, and Etihad Airways are some of the biggest airlines that serve regular flights to Nagoya Chubu Centrair International Airport.
Tip: The airport train is the most convenient, cheapest and fastest means to reach Nagoya Station from the airport.
Come to this ancient yet modern city in Japan to enjoy a somewhat off-beaten vacation. Known as the boring city in Japan, Nagoya is the hidden gem in central Japan and is friendly and authentic. It presents a unique blend of vibrant ancient culture with cutting-edge robotics and the latest technologies. Festivals celebrate the historic samurai legacy while innovative companies develop the futuristic technologies of tomorrow.
Visit the city to wander with the footsteps of ancient samurai or explore the history of Japan through one of Japan's largest and towering Nagoya castle, which is also a National Treasure. Another magnificent attraction of the city is its Tokugawa Art Museum which boasts of the world's finest collection of armor, weapons, furniture, clothing, tea ceremony implements and personal belongings of royals. While Nagoya City Science Museum houses one of the world's largest planetariums, Osu Kannon is the city's popular Buddhist temple. Nagoya Port is a leisure district and attracts visitors for being a hub of a huge shopping mall, grand amusement park, museums, and sprawling green space.
Other attractions include the Nagoya Port fun park, Sea Train Land, Nagoya Port Night Cruise that makes the city a fun place to be with family or friends. The city might be known as dull but its nightlife is lively and vibrant with its rooftop Beer Gardens, nightclubs, and pubs and discos that rock the night with a splash of light and music. Go for a helicopter night flight over the city and enjoy the panoramic views of the city's landmarks. Alternatively, visit Higashiyama Sky Tower to soak in Japan's best night views.
Tip: Meguru Sightseeing Bus is the most convenient way to get around Nagoya and it covers almost most of the prominent sightseeing spots in the city.
Nagoya is a heaven for shoppers as Nagoya Station and Sakae areas like prominent locations offer several spots to enjoy endless shopping and multi-cuisine food. These places are filled with numerous branded stores and quality department stores that offer a wide range of shopping options suitable for all tastes, sizes, and budgets. Here, you will find fine dining restaurants to small food joints serving local delicacies to international food menu where you can satisfy the foodie in you. And do not forget to relish on Nagoya Meshi, the Miso Katsu and Hitsumabushi, local mouth-watering dishes of Nagoya. For dessert, indulge in Uiro, a local Japan’s mochi dessert, which is made in different flavors using matcha, red bean paste, chestnut paste, and local citrus fruit, yuzu.
Nagoya's street food is something that should be on the top in your bucket list of food in Nagoya. Yanagibashi Central Market Marunaka Center and Osu Shopping District like areas offers the best street foods and are full of cafes, small shops and food joints serving gourmet food you can savor in for reasonable prices.
Being an international hub of the automotive industry, Nagoya has accommodation options from top-notch hotels, motels, lodges, cozy cabins, hostels to B&B options. You will easily find a perfect room for you as per your budget and requirements. But, it is highly recommended that you look for stay options near Nagoya Station or in Sakae areas as they are highly accessible from the airport, sightseeing spots and other major cities in Japan.
Tip: Be careful while calculating your stay budget as lodging prices in Japan are often per person and not per room.
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