30 Sights in Nagoya, Japan (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Nagoya, Japan. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 30 sights are available in Nagoya, Japan.

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1. Legoland Japan

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Legoland Japan Resort is a theme park in Nagoya, Japan. Opening on April 1, 2017, it was the first Legoland theme park in Japan and the second in Asia, and the eighth worldwide. Upon opening, the park was projected to attract over two million visitors every year.

Wikipedia: Legoland Japan Resort (EN), Website

2. Nagoya

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Nagoya Station is a major railway station in Nakamura-ku, Nagoya, Japan. It is Japan's, and one of the world's largest train stations by floor area, and houses the headquarters of the Central Japan Railway Company. Much of this space is located in the JR Central Towers atop the station, as well as in underground concourses. The current station complex was completed on December 20, 1999. The station and the area around it is officially called Meieki (名駅) in the Japanese addressing system.

Wikipedia: Nagoya Station (EN), Website

3. Tokugawa Art Museum

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The Tokugawa Art Museum is a private art museum, located on the former Ōzone Shimoyashiki compound in Nagoya, central Japan. Its collection contains more than 12,000 items, including swords, armor, Noh costumes and masks, lacquer furniture, Chinese and Japanese ceramics, calligraphy, and paintings from the Chinese Song and Yuan dynasties (960–1368).

Wikipedia: Tokugawa Art Museum (EN)

4. Mizuho Park

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Nagoya City Mizuho Park is a park located in Mizuho Ward, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. In addition, there are free facilities such as Higashi Children's Garden and Minami Children's Park and paid facilities such as athletics stadiums in the park, but the paid facilities are collectively called "Mizuho Sports Ground". In this item, "Mizuho Sports Ground" is also described. The facilities (Mizuho Park and Mizuho Sports Ground) are owned by the City of Nagoya, and the Nagoya City Education and Sports Association operates and manages Mizuho Park and Mizuho Sports Ground as the designated manager.

Wikipedia: 名古屋市瑞穂公園 (JA)

5. 貴船神社

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Kifunjinja is a shrine that exists at 3-14, Meito -ku, Nagoya -shi, Aichi. The name of the legal status is Kifune Shrine. The notation "Kifune Shrine" and "Kibuneha" are also used. This item explains the Kifune Shrine that exists at 3 -chome, Meito -ku, Nagoya City. It is also different from Kifune Shrine, which is also located in Kifune, Nagoya City, and Kifune Shrine, which once existed in Meito -ku.

Wikipedia: 貴船神社 (名古屋市) (JA)

6. Shinshū Ōtani-ha Nagoya Betsuin

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Shinshū Ōtani-ha Nagoya Betsuin

Shinshu Otani Sanju Ota Hanagoya Betsuin is a temple of the Shinshu Otani school in Naka -ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture. An separate hospital of the same school. Ask Motoyama at Shinshu Honjyo (Higashi Honganji). The base is the Higashi Honganji Temple's 16th House Lord. Commonly known as "Higashi Betsuin", "Higashi -Gobo", "Nagoya Higashi Betsuin", and "Higashi Honganji Nagoya Betsuin".

Wikipedia: 真宗大谷派名古屋別院 (JA)

7. 断夫山古墳

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The Dampusan Kofun (断夫山古墳) is a large keyhole-shaped kofun burial mound located within the grounds of the Atsuta Shrine complex in the Hayata neighborhood of Atsuta-ku, Nagoya, Japan. The tumulus was designated a National Historic Site of Japan in 1987. Per legend, the tumulus is the tomb is Miyazuhime, the wife of Prince Yamato Takeru, whose purported grave is located nearby.

Wikipedia: Danpusan Kofun (EN)

8. 日泰寺

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Kakuōzan Nittai-ji is a Buddhist temple located in the city of Nagoya, Aichi prefecture, Japan. It was built in 1904 in order to keep the ashes of Buddha, given to Japan by the Kingdom of Thailand. ”覚王” literally means "Enlightenment King," referring to the Buddha, and “日泰” means Japan and the Kingdom of Thailand in Japanese.

Wikipedia: Nittai-ji (EN)

9. Hachimanyama Kofun(Burial mound)

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Hachimanyama Kofun(Burial mound) Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport Government of Japan. and KAMUI resized / Attribution

The Hachimanyama Kofun (八幡山古墳) is a large Kofun period burial mound in the Yamawaki neighborhood of Shōwa Ward in the city of Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. Dating from the mid-fifth century, it is the largest circular kofun in the Tōkai region of Japan. The tumulus was designated as a National Historic Site in 1931.

Wikipedia: Hachimanyama Kofun (Nagoya) (EN)

10. 文化のみち二葉館

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Bunka Michi Futabakan is an exhibition facility located in Tsurugi-cho, Higashi-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. It is also called the former Kawakami Sada Mansion. It is a facility that constitutes a cultural center, and is located just outside the "White Wall, Main Tax, and Tsurugi Townscape Preservation District".

Wikipedia: 文化のみち二葉館 (JA)

11. 大曲輪貝塚

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The Ōguruwa Shell Midden is an archaeological site with a shell midden and Jōmon period settlement site located in the Yamashitatori neighborhood of Mizuho ward of Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture in the Tōkai region of Japan. The site was designated a National Historic Site of Japan in 1941.

Wikipedia: Ōguruwa Shell Midden (EN)

12. 物部神社

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Mononobe Shrine is a shrine located in Tsutsui, Higashi-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. It is a shikinai shrine in the Enki Shikishin Name Book. Since the large stone is the deity, it is also called Ishigami Shrine (Ishigami Jinja), Ishigami Hall (Ishigamido), and Mountain God (Yamagami).

Wikipedia: 物部神社 (名古屋市) (JA)

13. 長福寺

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Chofukuji Temple is a quasi-separate main temple of the Chizan sect of Shingon Buddhism located in Osu, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. The name of the mountain is Mt. Inazono. The main Buddha is the Bodhisattva Kannon and the Bodhisattva of Seiji. It is also called Nanatsudera.

Wikipedia: 長福寺 (名古屋市中区) (JA)

14. Stage of Universal Suffrage

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The Fusenki Memorial Altar is an outdoor stage located in Tsurumai Park in Tsurumai, Showa-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. It was built to commemorate the implementation of the universal suffrage system in Japan and is designated as a tangible cultural property of Nagoya City.

Wikipedia: 普選記念壇 (JA)

15. 極楽寺

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極楽寺 KAMUI / CC BY-SA 4.0

Gokurakuji Temple is a single temple located in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. The name of the mountain is Kyoho Mountain, and the main statue is a sitting statue of Amitabha, which is said to be the work of the monk Keishin. Officially, it is called Kyohozan Isshinin Gokurakuji.

Wikipedia: 極楽寺 (名古屋市) (JA)

16. 総見寺

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Sokenji Temple is a Buddhist temple in Japan of the Rinzai sect of Myoshinji sect located in Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. The name of the mountain is Jingyang Mountain. The main statue is a sitting statue of Yakushi Nyorai. The mountain gate is Niomon Gate.

Wikipedia: 總見寺 (JA)

17. 白鳥公園

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白鳥公園 アラツク / CC BY-SA 4.0

Shiratori Park is an urban park located in Atsuta-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. It consists of the Nagoya International Convention Center, its South Square, and Shiratori Garden, as well as a block park in Hatayacho and an ancient burial mound park in Shiratoricho.

Wikipedia: 白鳥公園 (JA)

18. Yamazaki Mazak Museum

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Yamazaki Mazak Museum of Art (Yamazaki Mazak Bijutsukan) is an art museum that opened on April 23, 2010 (Heisei 22) in Aoi 1-chome, Higashi-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. The collection and exhibition of Teruyuki Yamazaki's collection are operated by Yamazaki Mazak.

Wikipedia: ヤマザキマザック美術館 (JA), Website

19. 善光寺

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Zenkoji Temple is a temple of the Jodo sect located in Minato-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. The name of the mountain is Linjiang Mountain. It is a temple built for the purpose of enshrining the alter ego of Zenkoji Temple in Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture.

Wikipedia: 善光寺 (名古屋市) (JA)

20. 建中寺

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Kenchū-ji (建中寺) is a Jōdo-shū Buddhist temple in Tsutsui, Higashi-ku, Nagoya, central Japan. Starting in the Edo period, the mausoleums of the lords of the Owari Domain were located there, making it the Bodaiji of the Owari Tokugawa family.

Wikipedia: Kenchū-ji (EN), Website

21. 長久寺

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Chokyuji Temple is a temple of the Shingon sect of the Chizan sect located in Shirakabe 3-chome, Higashi-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. The name of the mountain is Mt. Higashidake. The name of the temple is Ichijo-in. The honzon is Fudo Myo.

Wikipedia: 長久寺 (名古屋市) (JA)

22. 長寿寺

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Chojuji Temple is a temple of the Rinzai sect of Eigenji located in Washizu Mountain, Ōtaka Town, Midori-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. The name of the mountain is Washizan Mountain. The honzon is Amitabha. Chita Shikoku Shrine No. 87.

Wikipedia: 長寿寺 (名古屋市) (JA)

23. 爲三郎記念館

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The Furukawa Memorial Museum was opened as a branch of the Furukawa Museum of Art on November 3, 2007 (Heisei 15) at the mansion where Furukawa spent his last years. It is located about 50 meters southwest of the main building.

Wikipedia: 爲三郎記念館 (JA)

24. 有松天満社

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Arimatsu Tenmasha is a shrine located in Yoneyzuka, Narumi -cho, Midori -ku, Nagoya -shi, Aichi. The old business is a village shrine. The sitting area is the former Narumi -cho, but it is the god of the former Arimatsu -cho.

Wikipedia: 有松天満社 (JA)

25. 下水道科学館

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下水道科学館 KAMUI / CC BY-SA 3.0

Sewerage Science Museum is a learning and public relations facility related to sewage systems located in Meijo 1-chome, Kita-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. It is operated by the Nagoya City Water Supply and Sewerage Bureau.

Wikipedia: 下水道科学館 (名古屋市) (JA)

26. 戦争と平和の資料館ピースあいち

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The War and Peace Museum Peace Aichi (Senso and Huiwano Shirokan Peace Aichi) is a museum on war and peace in Yomogidai, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture. It was designated as a museum -specific facility on August 24, 2010.

Wikipedia: 戦争と平和の資料館ピースあいち (JA)

27. Oasis 21

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Oasis 21 is a modern facility located adjacent to Nagoya TV Tower in Sakae, Nagoya which was opened to the public in 2002. It contains restaurants, stores, and a bus terminal, as well as an area for tourist information.

Wikipedia: Oasis 21 (EN)

28. 横山美術館

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The Yokoyama Museum of Art is a private art museum located in Aoi, Higashi-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. The collection and exhibition of Hirokazu Yokoyama's collection is operated by the Yokoyama Museum of Art.

Wikipedia: 横山美術館 (JA)

29. 白鳥古墳

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Shiratori Kofun is an ancient burial mound located in Shiratori, Atsuta-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. The shape is an anterior-posterior mound. At Atsuta Jingu Shrine, it is called "Shiratori Imperial Tomb".

Wikipedia: 白鳥古墳 (名古屋市) (JA)

30. 主税町教会

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主税町教会 KAMUI / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Catholic Chikaramachi Church (カトリック主税町教会) is one of the oldest Christian churches in the city of Nagoya, central Japan. The official name is Church of Our Lady (聖母教会).

Wikipedia: Catholic Chikaramachi Church (EN)


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