I always pass by this piece of architectural art everytime I go to Sakae. The Nagoya TV Tower may no longer be accepting visitors recently, but it will never stop awing people with its beauty. It looks look Paris's Eiffel Tower in one glance. It is best to see it at night when it is all lit up. Unfortunately, recently, the local government of Nagoya has stopped lighting up the tower. I don't know the reason why, but yes, they did that. The tower is located inside Hisaya Odori Park and is readily accessible via all types of public and private transportation.
Nagoya TV Tower is 180 meters high. From the prospecting station 100 meters above the ground, visitors can enjoy the scenery of Nagoya City. It is one of the landmarks in the center of Nagoya. It is the earliest intensive radio tower completed in Japan. Located in Jiuwu Datong Park, Nagoya City Central District, the Outlook Station is open from 10:00 to 21:00, 700 yen. I walked through Oasis 21, not far away.
In the center of Nagoya City, there are Rong commercial downtown, Nagoya City and the office of the Duxian Government of Aichi County. From Nagoya Traffic Station to Nagoya Traffic Station or Jinshan Station, there are two or four Metro stations. There are four or five top department stores around, such as Sanyue, Matsuzaka House, Wanrong and other famous department stores. There are also large electrical stores, Pingguo stores and other specialty stores in Matsuzaka House's deputy building.
Come out of Retian Temple, go south all the way, eat the lost pork chops first, visit Rong District, and finally come here. It's a cultural gathering place. There are hippies, pop bands, crafts, plays, and Gypsies in divination. If you have a JCB credit card, you can climb the tower for free, and you can have a bird's eye view of the whole Nagoya on the top of the tower. Be sure to go~
Take Nagoya Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Line at Rong Station. It's surrounded by a lively place, such as Nagoya TV Tower, Datong Park, fountain, large shops and underground shopping street for young people. Business Street can go up to the air courtyard on the third floor, called Cosmos Boat, which is a big pool. After lighting at night, it is beautiful and dreamlike. Standing by the pool, behind which is Nagoya TV Tower, many people will choose to take pictures here. There is also a shop near here, which is very famous in the area. Just in time for dinner in the evening, one person turned several places a day and was too hungry to find the store, but he was too hungry to find his way out of the subway station. So he saw two girls chatting next to the fountain in Datong Park. He went to ask them, but he didn't realize that the two high school students were very enthusiastic. He took me all the way to the store and invited them to have dinner together. Hand feathers are fried chicken wings first, but the way they are eaten is very interesting. There are several ways to eat them. There are pictures in the shop to illustrate them. One of the most popular ways to eat is to break the chicken wings from the middle, then eat the big part first, put all the chicken wings in the mouth, and then in one breath, use tongue and teeth to separate the chicken wings from the bottom to the top of the meat from the bone, that is to say, the chicken wings into the mouth is complete, and when it comes out, only the bones are left, to be honest, not to enter the store. I really don't know that chicken wings can still be eaten in this way, but this kind of eating method needs skills, you might as well try it.
When traveling to Nagoya, I stopped by the tower to see it. It felt that the Nagoya TV tower was not as tall as the Tokyo Tower. It was somewhat similar to the Paris Tower in style. It was lighter in color, not very amazing, but it was also a landmark building here. There is a big shopping mall nearby, which is suitable for big purchases.
Nagoya TV Tower is located in Nagoya Datong Park, Nagoya City Central District, Aichi County, Japan. It is the earliest intensive radio tower completed in Japan. Construction began on September 19, 1953. The project was completed on June 19, 1954 and began to send program signals the following day. Nagoya TV Tower is 180 meters high. The designer is Naito Duozhong. It is one of the landmarks in the center of Nagoya.
Somewhat similar to our Oriental Pearl TV Tower in Shanghai, it is also very high and looks very good. Nearby is a similar park, very lively, and there are people performing programs or something. We just caught up with Hawaiian tourism to promote a lot of delicious food. It's sunny in the daytime and bright in the evening. It's also very beautiful. It's a good scenic spot.