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Nagoya Top 5 in Local History
Featured Neighborhood
Liked by 7
Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1 hour
Address: 1 Nagono, Nishi-ku, Nagoya 451-0042, Aichi Prefecture
Phone: +81-52-9722782

What people are saying:

I heard that there is a reserved old block near the International Center, the four intersections are convenient to take the subway. The subway is out of the international center. This is a high-rise building that was built after the 80s. There are many floors. The last time I went, this building was not born. On the way to the four intersections, by the roadside. A little scene caught my attention, a few square meters of ground planted a pine and a plum, and a lot of bamboo on the ground named yuehan sanyou, such gardening sketches in our great china are rare.

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Additional Information


Shikemichi is a historical street located in Nagoya’s Nishi-ku ward. Dating back to the 17th century, the area was a location for trade and commerce. The historic buildings and architecture on display here give visitors a fascinating perspective on life in early Nagoya. In 1986, the city government declared Shikemichi a conservation area. During the Edo Period, merchants and stores here supplied provisions to nearby Nagoya Castle. Given the historic architecture, a visit to Shikemichi should be on anyone’s list when you’re in Nagoya.
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