Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes around Nagoya1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Nagoya with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.
Railway and landscape maps of Nagoya areaThis Nagoya map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.
City tours, excursions and tickets in Nagoya and surroundings
Japan - moving around the countryTourists in Japan will have absolutely no problems with movement around the city. The most popular form of public transport in the country is trains. The railway network reaches absolutely all regions of the country. The cost of ticket depends on the specific class of train, the direction, as well as on the time of day. It is worth mentioning such mode of transport as JR electric trains. They run every 5-10 minutes within a particular city or district. When you purchase a train ticket, it is necessary to keep it with you until the end of the trip, since you will need to re-punch the ticket at the exit. In large cities, you can move around using monorails. … Open
Overview of festivals and celebrations in JapanOn the third day of March, Hinamatsuri or Girl’s Day which is a romantic holiday is marked. The most beautiful tradition attached to this event is the ubiquitous exhibition of dolls. Richly dressed girls doll called “hina ningyo”, are exhibited in houses on specially designed stands helping to recreate scenes from the life of the imperial court. In the olden days, people believed that dolls are capable of driving away evil spirits. Japanese boys also have their own holiday, Tango no sacku or Boy’s Day celebrated on the 5th day of May. On this day, colorful carp images are displayed in the houses symbolizing the strength of spirit and courage. … Open
Photogallery of Nagoya sights
Our guide to Nagoya
Top hotels with reviews
The elegant Nagoya Tokyu Hotel has long won recognition from the most demanding travelers. It occupies a beautiful strict building and offers its clients comfortable rooms decorated in European style and a lot of services for improving your recreation. This single suite includes a shopping arcade where you can buy excellent clothes and exclusive souvenirs. Connoisseurs of the French cuisine will be surprised too, … Open
Attractions and active leisure
In the city, there is also the amazing Higashiyama Zoo that is located in the territory of the namesake park and also includes a large botanical garden. The zoo is distinguished by a very beautiful decor. There are spacious aviaries with giraffes, kangaroos and monkeys, several artificial ponds where hippos lives, a lot of amazing fountains and recreation areas shrouded in greenery. After getting acquainted with … Open
Travel guide to Nagoya
Atsuta-ku temple is the most interesting religious landmark of the region, but it is also safe to call it a museum. The temple keeps a unique emperor’s relic – the sacred sword of Kusanagi no Mitsurugi. Atsuta-ku has several spacious halls that are equally beautiful and luxuriously decorated. In total, there are more than 3000 different cultural and historical artifacts exhibited for visitors. It is … Open
Cultural excursion through Nagoya - things to see
In Nagoya, there is one of the most remarkable religious attractions is Atsuta Shrine, a major Shinto temple in the city. There are a lot of meaningful artifacts and relics of the Emperor’s family, so the visit of the temple can supersede the walk along a museum. The main relict of the temple is the ancient sword Kusanagi-no-Tsurugi that is connected with many beautiful myths and legends. According to one of … Open