Nagoya

Nagoya

 

Nagoya is a city in Japan, the capital of Aichi Prefecture, located in the southern part of Honshu Island (the largest mainland island of Japan). It has a population of about 2,258,908 people (2010) and is the third largest population center and fourth largest city in Japan.

The city began to develop since the beginning of the 17th century when the Japanese leader Tokugawa Eiho-Yasu, the founder of the Tokugawa dynasty, decided to transfer the capital of Uari province from Kyusu, about seven kilometers to Nagoya’s current place in 1610. Nagoya Castle was built from materials taken from Kyusu Castle About 60 thousand workers were involved in its construction. After a while, the Atsuta Shrine became a Mia station on Tokaido Road, which links Tokyo with Kyoto. A town was built around the shrine to serve travelers, and with the years, Nagoya Castle and the town around the shrine grew up in it.

Nagoya TV Tower
Nagoya TV Tower

A period of rapid economic and industrial development was known during the period after 1880. In 1907 it was annexed to the port of Atsuta (south). It was devastated after World War II. Most of today’s buildings were built in the post-war phase.

This city is rich in great tourist attractions, museums and restaurants, all of which increase the desire of tourists to visit and during your tour I advise you to go to the TV Tower, the oldest television tower in Japan and was completed in 1954, height 180 meters and has a restaurant and exhibition at a height of 30 meters and when you ascend the height of 100 Meters you will see the most beautiful scenes where the garden Hsaya Audrey and Sakki and other beautiful sights you can see and enjoy.

Opening hours:

Open daily from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

entrance fees:

Adults: 500 yen

Children: 250 yen

Then go to visit one of the largest ports of Japan, which contains the Aquarium of the port of Nagoya General Opened in October 1992 and you can visit this wonderful aquarium that includes a large basin and contains a number of different marine creatures such as dolphins and white whales.

Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium
Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium

The dolphins are a great venue, and it is equipped with a space for 3,000 people. For those who cannot see the show, large and high screens are attached for everyone to enjoy. The port includes shopping malls, a theme park and museums.

Finally, I recommend you visit the Hessaya Audrey Park, one of the most beautiful natural places in Nagoya, where the trees are beautifully lined and the water fountains are beautiful and the art of sculpture is as modern as the annual Nagoya Festival, which attracts many tourists.

This garden extends from north to south and is one of Nagoya’s most visited streets, where you can see this garden and enjoy its breathtaking beauty in the four seasons.

 

How to reach the city:

by plane:

You can use the old Nagoya airport and then head to the city easily where there are a number of buses to reach you or take Kansai International Airport in Osaka and you can reach Nagoya in less than two hours by taking a quick train to Shin Osaka Station and then take another train to Tokaido Shinka Nisen where Nagoya .

by train:

There are many local trains that can connect you to Nagoya, for example. The nearest station is Shin Osaka. The journey from Nagoya to Tokyo is 53 minutes. The cost of the ticket is 6,830 yen and from Tokyo, 6 hours at 6090 yen, but you will change many trains.

By bus:

It is widely available in Tokyo, where high speed buses use the Tomei Expressway along the South Coast or the Chu Expressway and flights take from 6 to 9 hours depending on the route and stops at the restrooms.

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