[京名阪] is the most popular cities for tourists in Japan.( [京]=Kyoto,[名]=Nagoya,[阪]=Osaka) During the Edo period, Nagoya Castle was the centre of one of the most important castle town in Japan and has many history. And also Atsuta shrine [熱田神宮] is famous historical site and many tourists visit there.

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Nagoya has became fourth-ranked tourist spot in Japan. After various upheavals, in 1612 Tokugawa ieyasu decided to rebuilt the castle at Nagoya, then until the Meiji Restoration, Nagoya Castle would flourish as the castle where the Owari branch, the foremost of the three Tokugawa clan lineages, resided. In 1945, during the Second World War, it mostly destroyed, but in 1959, rebuilt with reinforced concrete and castle tower At the basement 1-7 floor. The best-known items associated with the Nagoya Castle are the golden dolphins, The famous “golden dolphins” on the roof are mythical sea creatures and made of gold. golden dolphin on the castle keep, which is decorated in a ridge looks like tiger and on the back, it’s fish.

Address :1-1 Honmaru Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi-ken

Public Transportation
Subway Get off at the “Shiyakusho (City Hall)” or M07 stop of the Meijo Line.
Get off at the “Sengencho” or T05 stop of the Tsurumai Line.

Bus: Get off at the “Nagoyajo Seimon-Mae” stop of Sakae No. 13.
Take a Nagoya Sightseeing Route Bus called “Me-guru”.
Get off at the “Shiyakusho” stop of the Key Route Bus No. 2.

Train:Get off at the “Higashi-ote” stop of the Meitetsu Seto Line

Opening time :9:00-16:30

Cheonsugak, honmarugoten is 16:oo / On 29 December to January 1 is closed

Admission fee: adult 500 yen/ under-16 per 100 yen.

Tell : +81 52 – 231 – 1700

Website : http://www.nagoyajo.city.nagoya.jp
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Atsuta shrine is the one of the oldest shrines in Japan, It was constructed during the reign of Emperor Keikou.Atsuta is the traditional repository of Kusanagi no Tsurugi(草那藝), the ancient sword that is considered one of the Three Sacred Treasures of Japan. And The shrine’s Bunkaden, or treasure hall, houses over 4,000 relics, which include 174 Important Cultural Properties and a dagger that is a designated National Treasure of Japan.

Address:Atsutajingu-Kyu-Cho (Shrine Office)
1-1-1 Jingu, Atsuta-ku, Nagoya, Japan 456-8585

Transportation
Via Meitetsu Railway :Three minutes walk from Jingumae Station.
Via JR :Eight minutes walk from Atsuta Station.
Via Subway :Seven minutes walk from Jingu-Nishi Station.

Opening time:Museum=9:00-16:30,You must enter by 16:10/ last Wednesday and Thursday of every month, 12/25-31 closed.

Admission fee:Free,300 yen for Museum.

Tell:+81 52-671-4151

Website:http://atsutajingu.or.jp/jingu/

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Heiwa Park, Nagoya(平和公園) was established with a massage,no more war would happen. For world peace and cultural exchange it was set up with memorial facilities, Nagasaki prison Urakami prison Branch trace (Nagasaki prison Kei Urakami Mushisho after), Atomic bomb dropping centers Monument (atomic bomb falling Chushinchihi) related with atomic bomb and many sports centers are at Heiwa Park. And also flower festival are held in spring.

Address:Heiwakoen, Nagoya-shi, Aichi-ken
Access: walk from Matsuyamamachi station
Admission fee:Free


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