The design of Nagoya Congress Center is based on the image of a swan spreading its wings. The main Century Hall has a seating capacity of 3,000, and is used extensively for large-scale international conferences, lectures, concerts and more. Many eyes are drawn by the Statue of Sforza, a reconstruction using cutting-edge technology of an equestrian statue that Leonardo da Vinci gave up on completing.
|Location|| : 〒456-0036
1-1, Atsuta Nishimachi, Atsuta-ward, Nagoya-City, Aichi
|Parking||: 638 parking spaces（700 yen per day）|
|Phone number||: 052-683-7711|
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|Handicapped parking||〇 10 free of charge parking spaces|
|Electric wheelchair usage||〇|
|Tactile guide map of restroom layout||×|
|Equipped for ostomy pouches||〇|
|Stairs and steps||〇|
|Elevator (door width)||〇 Available in several places, differs depending on location|
|Elevator floor display||〇|
|Elevator voice guidance||〇|
|Escalator voice guidance||×|
|Ramp (width)||〇 Available in several places, differs depending on location|
|Reading glasses rental||×|
|Assistance dogs allowed||〇|
|Assistance dog relief area||×|
|Facility guide map in Braille||〇|
|Stair handrail signage in Braille||×|
|Tactile paving for the visually impaired||〇|
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