Things to do in Nagoya City.

Introduction

Nagoya City is the prefectural office location of Aichi prefecture, the fourth most populous city.
It is the central city of "Chukyo area" in Chubu and three major metropolitan areas.
Moreover, it is a key point of traffic connecting East Japan and West Japan.

 

Historically it is the place where Toyotomi Hideyoshi was born. And in the Edo era Owari Tokugawa family, one of the three branches of the Tokugawa family, ruled Nagoya.
Nagoya Castle is a castle of the Owari Tokugawa family.

 

There are many famous "Nagoya food" in Japan such as "Misokatsu", "chicken wings", "Tenmusu", "Kishimen" and "Hitsumabushi" in Nagoya.

 

Recently, when ordering coffee at a coffee shop, "Morning service" which can receive free toast or egg is becoming a feature.

 

by まるはっちゅ〜ぶ(名古屋市)

 

Things to do in Nagoya City

Nagoya castle Tokugawaen Garden

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Nagoya Castle was the home of the Owari Tokugawa family. Nagoya Castle's "Gold Shachi" has long been a symbol of Nagoya.

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Tokugawaen is a Japanese garden in Nagoya. It is a garden that can be enjoyed through the four seasons, such as peony, Iris, fresh green leaves andautumnleaves.

 

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https://www.nagoya-info.jp/en/
https://www.nagoya-info.jp/ [Japanese]
by NAGOYA CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU.

 

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