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Enjoying Nagoya's Ways of the Nobility Drive Total Time:About 7 hour

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Central Japan International Airport CENTRAIR →(About 40 minutes)→ Atsuta Jingu Shrine →(About 15 minutes)→ Nagoya Castle →(About 20 minutes)→ The Tokugawa Art Museum →(About 20 minutes)→Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology → Return Vehicle to Its Shop or Set Next Destination

 

Enjoy Driving Aichi
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Nagoya-CityAtsuta Jingu Shrine

Atsuta Jingu Shrine, Home of the Sacred Sword
Atsuta 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, it is one of the Three Imperial Regalia of Japan.See more >
  • 1.2.3.Atsuta Jingu Shrine

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Nagoya-CityNagoya Castle

Majestic Nagoya Castle, a symbol of the Samurai City
During the Edo Period, (1603-1868) Nagoya was one of the most important castle towns. Seat of the Owari Tokugawa Clan, one of the three branches of the Tokugawa family from which the Shogun could be chosen, Nagoya Castle was the first line of defense against rival Osaka.See more >
  • 1.2.3.Nagoya Castle and Nagoya Castle Honmaru Palace (Nagoya-jo - Nagoya-jo Honmaru Goten)

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Nagoya-CityThe Tokugawa Art Museum

The Fabulous Treasures of The Tokugawa
The museum collection contains swords and other weapons, suits of samurai armor, tea ceremony utensils and ceramics, art and calligraphy, Noh costumes and masks, furnishings and a whole lot more. Among the most valued items are the National Treasure listed, and therefore rarely displayed, Genji Monogatari Emaki, three Heian Period hand-painted scrolls depicting the Tale of Genji, dating from the 1130s.See more >
  • 1.2.3.The Tokugawa Art Museum & Tokugawaen Garden

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Nagoya-CityToyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology

Museum of an Industrial Powerhouse, The Toyota Techno Museum
The Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology, (Toyota Techno Museum for short) is located on the site of the original company in central Nagoya, not far from Nagoya Station, and utilizes the historical red-brick buildings of the original automatic loom factory to display the history of the Toyota group, from its humble beginnings as a textiles manufacturer to its evolution into an international automobile producer and more.See more >
  • 1.2.3.Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology(Toyota Techno Museum)
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