DanaI live in Nagoya, and I always go back to Nagoya Castle whenever I feel like to. Spring is the best time to go to Nagoya Castle. There are a lot of Cherry Blossoms around the area. The castle and the Cherry Blossom absolutely look mesmerizing in the pictures. Most importantly, Food Stalls inside sell a Cherry Blossom ice cream for ¥300. Winter in Nagoya Castle is not that scenic, though, the beauty of the castle will always be high level. Been there again last December 2019. During that time, the ice cream flavors for sale inside the castle were Berries and Green Tea. Entrance fee is still ¥500, and an additional ¥500 if you go inside the main castle tower. Unfortunately, the main castle tower is closed currently because it was damaged from the recent earthquake.
呼呼jdAtsuta Shrine (Japanese: あつたじんぐう, English: Atsuta Shrine) is located in the center of Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. It is one of the three major shrines in Japan and a solemn and sacred cultural relic of the Japanese imperial family. It covers an area of 190,000 square meters and is built in the style of gods, with the roof covered with copper plates. The main deity of Atsuta Shrine is Atsuta Great God (Sky Cong Yunjian), and Xiangdian worships Amaterasu Great God, Suzhan Mingzun, Japanese Wuzun and so on.
TodyaoIse Jingu is a shrine located in Ise City, Mie Prefecture, Japan. It is mainly composed of the inner palace (Imperial Grand Shrine) and the outer palace (Toyosu Grand Shrine). Ise Jingu was founded no later than four years (690) by Emperor Chitou. Japanese historians generally believe that it was founded in the period of Emperor Tenmu. The architectural style of Ise Jingu is derived from the Yonezura in the Yayoi period of Japan.
彼岸之澄Here is the biggest lucky cat I have ever seen, which is too big to hug with folded hands.
Lucky cats can be seen everywhere, at every inadvertent corner. In addition to Lucky Cat Avenue, there are many ancient ceramic kilns operated by locals. Make people happy at first sight.
If you come to Nagoya, you might as well take half a day to see the cute lucky cat.