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Half Day History and Greenery Tour from Nagoya Station Total Distance:14km Total Time:3hours
See some history, and see some greenery in one of Japan’s largest cities, vibrant Nagoya City.

Course Contents

Depart Nagoya Station → (15 minutes by train) → Meitetsu Jingu Mae Station → (walk about 7 minutes) → Atsuta Jingu Shrine → (walk about 15 minutes) → Shirotori Gardens

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Nagoya-CityAtsuta Jingu Shrine

Feel the spiritual atmosphere in the forest of Atsuta Jingu Shrine
Surrounded by a rich, lush forest, Atsuta Jingu Shrine is Japan’s second most revered Shinto shrine after the Great Shrine of Ise, and dates back over 2,000 years. The shrine is home to the Sacred Kusanagi no Tsurugi sword, likened to the legendary Excalibur, one of the Three Imperial Regalia of Japan.See more >

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Nagoya-CityShirotori Garden

Experience a Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony and Japanese Hospitality in a Traditional Japanese Garden
Enjoy a walk around the meticulously maintained Shirotori Gardens, and then a traditional Japanese tea ceremony and traditional Japanese hospitality. Be served by beautiful kimono clad women, enjoy the culture of the ceremony and the scenery outside your tearoom, overlooking the tranquil ponds and gardens. See more >
Keyword
#Atsuta Jingu Shrine
#Aichi Prefecture
#Nagoya-City
#Japan
#Three Most Prominent Shrines in Japan
#Atsuta Jingu
#Atsuta Shrine
#Former Atsuta Shuku
#Old Tokaido Road
#Tokaido Route
#Ancient Road
#41st Station
#Miya Shuku
#Miya Juku
#41-ban-me shuku
#Kusanagi-no-Tsurugi
#Japan's Excalibur
#Shirotori Garden

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