I've been to Nagoya several times. I really like this city. It's much cleaner than Tokyo, and it's much better than shopping in Osaka. Things will not be out of stock, and there are a lot of sights to see around Nagoya.
The landmark of downtown Nagoya is also the tallest building in Nagoya. It is just above the Nagoya JR station. It is actually from Takashimaya. Shopping is always a must for travel.
You can see this building almost near Nagoya Station. Although I don’t understand why it can be regarded as an attraction, it looks pretty nice against the blue sky of the JR Central Twin Towers.
JR Central Building is located in the center of Nagoya, an important transportation hub for JR Nagoya. On the ground floor of the building there are many rail transit lines such as JR Line, Meitetsu Line, Kintetsu Line, and Subway. Upstairs are the Takashimaya Department Store, hotel and office building.
Very modern place. Tall buildings. Located in the center of Nagoya. Although it is less prosperous than these places in Suzhou, Wuxi, China, the downtown area. But it is a particularly prosperous place in Japan.
At the top is the Sheraton Hotel. At the bottom is the Shinkansen, Meitetsu, Kintetsu and other facilities. It looks great at night. The bic camera is also nearby. So the location is super good if you live nearby. There are quite a lot of staff in the station who can speak English. Very convenient.
It is the place where you arrive by tram. When I came down from the middle, I suddenly felt like a city. Finally, I chose to shop here, a suitable place for shopping; after comparing the prices, I felt good, and they were similar to the duty-free prices of airport duty-free shops.
Preston_Dominguez: 1-1-4 Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya 450-6090, Aichi Prefecture
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended ID Cafe,Ren,Rock Shore,Nagoya Castle,Nagoya TV Tower