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Nagoya-City Hisaya-odori Park

  • Hisaya-odori Park
  • Hisaya-odori Park
  • Hisaya-odori Park
  • Hisaya-odori Park
  • Hisaya-odori Park
  • Hisaya-odori Park

A Wide-Open Space in the Center of Nagoya Where the Nagoya TV Tower Stands

Hisaya-odori Park is located in the middle of Hisaya-odori Avenue, which runs north to south through Nagoya's downtown area of Sakae. The two kilometers or so of space between Wakamiya-odori Avenue to the south and Sotobori-dori Avenue to the north is a great place to relax in the city. In the center is the TV Tower—a symbol of Nagoya—and throughout the year there is a never-ending flow of events and crowds of people.

Hisaya-odori Park Reopened in September 2020 as a New Place for Rest and Relaxation!

Hisaya-odori Park

The TV Tower area and northern area within Hisaya-odori Park became a unified park and shopping space, with a grand opening on September 18, 2020.
A brand-new shopping complex within the park, RAYARD Hisaya-odori Park features popular stores from across Japan, introducing a total of around 35 places to shop and eat (21 of which are new to Nagoya). As an everyday place for rest and relaxation, the park offers various services in fashion, sports, gourmet food and more.

Angel Park’s Numerous Plazas

Hisaya-odori Park

The inside of the park is divided into areas with various different themes.
Places include Angel Hiroba to the south, running from Wakamiya-dori Avenue to Hirokoji-dori Avenue where there’s the Fountain of Hope (Kibo-no-Izumi); the extra spacious Hisaya Hiroba where events or concerts are held; and Hikari-no-Hiroba where it's possible to see a collaboration between a fountain and laser beams or admire an illuminated monument.

SPOT OVERVIEW

  • Multipurpose toilet
  • Parking
Location : 3 Nishiki, Naka-ku, Nagoya-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Fee : Free of charge
Holidays : Open every day

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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    ・Right outside Hisaya-odori Station on the subway Sakuradori Line.
    ・Right outside Sakae Station on the subway Higashiyama Line.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Approx. 2km from Nagoya Expressway Nishikibashi Exit.

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