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Day Course of Nagoya City Central from Nagoya Station Total Distance:2.3km Total Time:4hours
See the Heart and Soul of Nagoya City in this enjoyable One Day tour of the city central. Sightsee, shop, live and learn in this easy to navigate city.

Course Contents

Depart Nagoya Station → (5 minutes by subway) →Sakae Station → (3 minutes walk) → TV Tower → ( 1 minute walk) → Oasis 21 → Sakae Station ( 3 minutes by subway) → Kamiimaezu Station → (5 minutes walk) → Osu Shopping Arcades → (10 minutes walk) → Osu Kannon Temple

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Nagoya-CityNagoya TV Tower

Nagoya’s TV Tower, a Symbol of the City
See Japan’s oldest broadcast tower and see Nagoya city from the 100m high observation deck and restaurant. Designed with France’s Eiffel Tower in mind, Nagoya’s TV Tower was destroyed twice by Godzilla and Mothra! Construction began in 1953. The machinery of the time was inadequate, so all the work was carried out by manpower, for example digging out the soil for the foundations with pickaxes and shovels and lifting up the steel frame by hand. See more >

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Nagoya-CityOasis 21

A Visual Event Space and Shopping Oasis in the Heart Of Nagoya
Walk around the large steel and glass dish containing 15 tons of water known as Spaceship Aqua, and see the underground shopping center and the Galaxy Platform multi-purpose event space below, ringed by over 30 various specialty shops, restaurants and service centers.See more >

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Nagoya-CityOsu Arcades

Antiques to Sub-Culture, Nagoya’s Popular Osu Arcades
An eclectic mix of the old and new can be found in the traditional shopping arcades surrounding historical Osu Kannon Temple. Enjoy the many local and international restaurants and eateries, pop culture and fashion, electrical, computers, cameras, stereo systems old and new, toys and collectables,…there’s something for the young and old alike!See more >

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Nagoya-CityOsu Kannon Temple

Nagoya’s Most Photogenic Temple
Nagoya’s Osu Kannon Temple is a popular, exciting and photogenic temple. Host to a twice-monthly antiques fair, it is surrounded by rows of shopping arcades selling electrical to fashion and everything in between. Dedicated to Kannon, the Goddess of mercy and compassion, a wooden statue carved by the Buddhist saint, Kobo Daishi, is enshrined in the main hall. See more >
Keyword
#Nagoya TV Tower
#Oasis 21 / Sakae
#Osu Shopping District
#Osu Kannon Temple, Bansho-ji and the Osu Shopping Arcade Area

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