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Nagoya-City Nagoya Port Sea Train Land

  • Nagoya Port Sea Train Land
  • Nagoya Port Sea Train Land

A symbolic Ferris wheel - the largest in the Tokai region, with see-through gondolas

Nagoya Port Sea Train Land

Spreading out over the site of what was the JR Freight Railway Company's Nagoyako Station at the Port of Nagoya, Nagoya Port Sea Train Land, which opened in July 1995, is the largest leisure park in the bay area.
Admission is free (you pay for the attractions), so you can relax, enjoy yourself and forget about the time. The place is always bustling with couples and families.
Particularly popular is the 85-m-tall Ferris wheel, which can boast to be the largest in the Tokai region. The see-through gondolas give you a 360-degree grand panorama which takes in not only the center of Nagoya but also Ise Bay and the Suzuka Mountains, so they're perfect for enjoying gorgeous nightscapes after dark.
Besides this, there is Zombie Panic, a Western-style haunted house that comes with a fear check-up, Gururi Mori Daiboken card maze, merry-go-rounds and more - in all, 16 attractions for visitors from from adults to children to enjoy. The site is lit up at night, so it's very popular as a standard date spot for couples.


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Location : 〒455-0034
1-51, Nishikura-cho, Minato-ward, Nagoya-City, Aichi
Fee : Free admission, individual facilities charge fees
days / hours
: 12:00 to 20:00 (Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays and Golden Week, spring, summer and winter holidays 10:00 to 22:00)
Parking : Parking spaces for buses and passenger cars available
Restrooms : Available
Holidays : Mondays from November to April (Saturday, Sundays and public holidays, open everyday during winter and spring holidays)
Phone number : 052-661-1520

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  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    From Nagoya Station, take the subway Higashiyama Line. Alight at Sakae Station, take the subway Meiko Line. Alight at Nagoyako Station and 5 minutes' walk from exit 3.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Alight at Nagoyako Station exit 3 on the subway Meiko Line and 5 minutes' walk.

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