The Nagoya City Hall is right next to Nagoya Castle, where the Nagoya City Hall (city hall) is located. The city hall is located on a wide avenue, and the Nagoya Subway has a dedicated station for tourists to go to. Because Nagoya Castle is one of the three most famous cities in Japan and a famous cherry blossom viewing spot in the central region, there are so many tourists who come to the city hall. In spring, there are layers of cherry blossoms on both sides of the moat near the city hall, which is very beautiful.
The slave house of Nagoya City is a must-go place to visit. The entire city has a long history. This building is not very big. It takes only half an hour. The visit is also very interesting. You can learn about the Japanese The history of it.
Coming out of Nagoya Castle and passing by the city hall, the government office building is also a magnificent and impressive building.
I passed by here when I went to Nagoya Castle on foot. The buildings are still obvious around. I don't know if I can go in for a visit. I didn't go in and ask if I was not too interested. I paid a little attention to the buildings and took a few photos.
The prefectural office of Aichi Prefecture is the prefectural government. In Japan, a county is roughly equivalent to a province, which is the provincial government of China. However, in China, if you don't recognize the staff inside, even the township government will have a hard time getting in. In Japan, the government is open to the people. There are no security guards and no security checks. People are allowed to enter and exit. The prefectural office building was built in the 1830s and adopted a Western-Japanese architectural style. It has been listed as an important cultural property. A house for more than 80 years is still used for office work. This architectural quality and civilian spirit And really embarrassed people.
I saw that building when i was heading to Nagoya Castle. It was so different than other buildings that i noticed it right away. I think it's some kind of mix of western and japanese style. Some might ...
Building structure dating from the 1930s. Read this on the info sign at the front of the building. Didn't enter the building. Just can walk around outside looking at the building architecture
just passing by at cold sunset and early morning.... a great city hall monument in its glory ..next time we shall visit
Worth viewing on your walk back to the subway from Nagoya Castle. Didn't look like it was worth going in to see. Maybe for architectural enthusiasts.
I saw City Hall from Nagoya Castle and thought the mix of traditional Japanese architecture with 1930s modernism was an interesting style for this building. I wish I could see inside some day!