Are you a train enthusiast, or just looking for a fun family outing in Nagoya? Look no further than SCMaglev and Railway Park, a fascinating museum dedicated to Japan’s high-speed bullet trains and the future of railway technology. Top Attractions That Make a Visit to SCMaglev and Railway Park So Special Full-Scale Trains Exhibits Trains...Read More
Japan has many spectacular winter illuminations each year, in fact, a lot of great ones can be found in Nagoya. Many have a Christmas theme with Christmas trees, Santa Claus, and raindeers and that’s why they usually end by January. But one of the greatest winter illuminations in Japan can be found not far from...Read More
See the past, present, and future through the most representative buildings of Nagoya. Japan has some fascinating architecture all across the country. Kyoto is famous for its traditional temples and buildings, while Tokyo is renowned for its ultramodern cityscapes and awe-inspiring skyscrapers that dominate its skyline. Nagoya is very much a mixture of the two...Read More
Traveling with kids adds an extra challenge to all travel plans. You need to find activities that are interesting to your kiddies because many probably won’t want to see the same attractions that adults do. This post is filled with the top things to do in and around Nagoya with your family. It is filled...Read More
While Japan is attractive to tourists due to its rich culture, history, and tradition, did you know the country boasts several theme parks? Aichi prefecture is host to a few of these amazing attractions. One theme park that recently opened in 2017, is LEGOLAND® Japan Resort. LEGOLAND®, which is aimed at families with children between...Read More
Kiyosu with its castle is just minutes from Nagoya Station, and yet it is one of those places generally never mentioned in guidebooks or travel magazines. In fact, I know many people in Nagoya who have never heard of Kiyosu Castle, and even I (Elly) heard about it for the first time after living in...Read More
Japan is home to 430 inhabited islands and almost 7,000 total islands!Located a short distance from Nagoya is Sakushima, a crab-shaped island home to amazing seafood and a number of modern art installations that you are able to touch, sit on and crawl all over. Sakushima, also known as “the island of the winds”, is...Read More
Nagoya Castle is probably the most popular tourist destination in the city. There isn’t a guidebook or website about the city that doesn’t mention this impressive and beautiful landmark. And rightly so, the castle is a central part of Nagoya’s history and even influences the present. The History of Nagoya is the History of Nagoya...Read More
Japan is one of the few countries which recognizes the fact that many people like to spend some time watching aircrafts and airports in action. The Japanese airports are far from being only transportation hubs and the Chubu Centrair International Airport is no exception. Runway view of Chubu Centrair International Airport Chubu Centrair International Airport,...Read More
You know, most people that come to Japan don’t stop by Nagoya because they have heard from “who knows” that there is nothing interesting to do (even to kill time). Like almost everything in this world, we assure you that if you don’t see it with your own eyes you won’t believe it. You will...Read More
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