Nagoya Port is backed by the plain, with peninsulas and small islands as barriers at the mouth of the bay. The bay is calm and calm, and it is a unique and excellent deep-water port. It has a subtropical monsoon climate, with northwest wind prevailing, with an average annual temperature of 10 to 27 degrees Celsius.
There are factories everywhere, full of Toyota cars waiting to be shipped. Fortunately, I have seen the brainstorming improvements and applications of top companies such as Honda, Toyota, Aisin, and Panasonic. Passionate display, energetic improvement. The general trend is to use smart improvements at low cost instead of high-cost full automation.
Blue Bonnet is a wild flower in Texas, USA. It is blue and looks very beautiful when it blooms. In the Port of Nagoya, there is a wildflower garden called Blue Bonnet, built to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Chubu Electric Power. Here, in addition to viewing the wild Blue Bonnet, there are also 22 unique gardens! It's really good.
Apart from Nagoya Castle and Atsuta Shrine, Nagoya also has the Port of Nagoya worth visiting.
Take the subway to Nagoya Port, get off and walk for 5 minutes.
Sunset clouds, sunsets and seagulls in the harbor are all worth seeing scenery. Someone was feeding the seagulls by the sea, and a large group of seagulls flew over, which also looked spectacular.
Blow on the beach to watch the sunset, and then set off on the way home.
Nagoya Airport is very unique. There is a large observation deck here, where you can observe and photograph the take-off and landing of aircraft, so that people waiting and picking up passengers have a chance to fly in science. The duty-free shops at the airport are very large, with a wide range of goods and attractive prices. The police at the airport are very humane. They wear ninja costumes and patrol on a unicycle. They are very popular among children.
As an aquarium, it has excellent exhibitions from various oceans including the deep sea. It was very impressive, but what disappointed us was the two captured killer whales, they were kept in too small an area.
Preston_Dominguez: Irifune, Minato-ku, Nagoya 455-0032, Aichi Prefecture
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium,Port of Nagoya,Nagoya Maritime Museum,Nagoya Minato Seatrain Land,Nagoya Port Building