Nagoya Travel Guide

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You're Going to Love Nagoya

The Toyota and Honda factories are the not the only reason millions of travelers flock to Nagoya each year. Nagoya is Japan's fourth-largest city and is teeming with rich history, futuristic modern architecture, varieties of global and local cuisine, and a fast-paced nightlife.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Nagoya

What to do in Nagoya

Atsuta Shrine
Nagoya Castle
Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens
Nagoya City Science Museum
Top activities in Nagoya

When to Visit Nagoya

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Nagoya enjoys steaming hot summers and mild falls and winters. It gets as low as 39.2 degrees in January and gets as high as 95 degrees in August.

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When the weather is nice in Nagoya

How to Get to Nagoya

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Where to Stay in Nagoya

For no-frills, budget accommodation, check out Kyoya Ryokan hostel. Or check in to the Mielparque Nagoya, for continental service. Luxury lovers can find the perfect suite at Nagoya Kanko Hotel.

Popular Neighborhoods in Nagoya

Where to stay in popular areas of Nagoya

Most booked hotels in Nagoya

How to Get Around Nagoya

The Cost of Living in Nagoya

Shopping Streets

The Osu Shopping Arcade is a great place to begin as it has dozens of vintage, independent, mom-and-pop shops, traditional craft markets, and second-hand electronic stores, and bookstores. Or check out the Oasis 21 mall in Sakae.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk costs ¥207 and a dozen eggs is ¥354.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
$7.65
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
$72.04
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
$2.30
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
$3.23

Where to Eat in Nagoya

You're definitely not pressed for choice: Nagoya's best eats are everywhere. Try handmade udon noodles in thick broth at Yamamotoya Sōhonke for ¥1200 or some Tex-Mex fun at Desperados Mexican Restaurant and Bar for around ¥1,100.