NAGOYA STATION THINGS TO DO and TOURIST ATTRACTIONS

Nagoya Station is the central hub for arrivals to Nagoya since it is where the bullet train arrives. Besides shopping and eating, here are some other ideas of things to do in and around Nagoya Station.

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MIDLAND SQUARE SKY PROMENADE
220 meters high, at the top of the Midland Square Building outside the East exit of Nagoya JR Station, the Sky Promenade offers great views over looking the Nagoya station area and towards Fushimi and Sakae. 750 yen for adults

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JR CENTRAL TOWERS

Rising 52 stories above JR Nagoya Station are the twin towers of Nagoya. The 13th Floor has a plaza offering restaurants with great views. The Marriott Associa Hotel reception is on the 15th floor, with rooms continuing upward, topped with a floor of more restaurants.

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NAGOYA INTERNATIONAL CENTER

A ten minute walk, or one stop on the Sakura-dori line, is Kokusai Center station. On the 3rd floor of the building above is the Nagoya International Center, offering information in English, Japanese, and seven other languages.

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NORITAKE CRAFT CENTER

The Noritake brand of ceramics has its own craft center with tours offered daily. The surrounding grounds have a well laid out garden and a restaurant. It is one stop away on the Higashiyama line.

   ACCESS: A few minute walk from Kamejima Station

INYUYAMA CASTLE

25 mins by train from Nagoya Station by Meitetsu express, Inuyama Castle is one of four castles designated national treasures in Japan. Built in 1537 it is considered Japan's oldest still original castle.

   ACCESS: Inuyama station

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