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Nagoya Port(area:CHUBU/AICHI)

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As the home territory of the powerful Owari Tokugawa Clan, Nagoya developed into an important city at the heart of the Tokai Region. At Nagoya Castle, which is adorned with the golden shachihoko (a mythological beast with the head of a tiger and the body of a carp) that are said to be the symbol of the castle, parts of the Honmaru Palace are open while it undergoes renovation and the pleasing scent of the Kiso Hinoki cypress adds to the luxurious atmosphere befitting a palace. Along with other famous historical sites such as Atsuta Shrine, which is approaching the 1,900th anniversary of its founding, there are many opportunities for the visitor to Nagoya to experience the modern side of Nagoya as well as Japan’s first LEGOLAND? Japan opened in April 2017 at Kinjo Pier. Nagoya delicacies such as Hitsumabushi and Tebasaki chicken wings are also known and celebrated across the whole of Japan.
Garden Pier and Kinjo Pier, where cruise vessels berth, has convenient access to the downtown area by subway or railway from nearby stations.

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Nagoya Cuisine (or Nagoya Food)

Nagoya's unique food culture is known nationwide as "Nagoya-meshi." There is a particular way to enjoy their eel dish "h...

Dining

Sakae area

The Sakae area in downtown Nagoya is the liveliest part of the city. It is also home to the symbolic structures such as ...

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Nagoya Castle

Nagoya castle was built by the order of Tokugawa Ieyasu in 1612, and it symbolizes Nagoya's pride and power, also charac...

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LEGOLANDR Japan

Opening April 1, 2017,LEGOLANDR Japan is the ultimate day out for families with children between the ages of 2-12. Explore more ...

Port Information

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Location 1-11 Minato-machi, Minato-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi, 455-0033 map
2 Kinjo-futo,Minato-ku,Nagoya City,Aichi,455-0804 map
Nearest major airport Central Japan International Airport(Car or Train  50 minute ) map
Central Japan International Airport(40 minutes by car)  
Nearest major train station Nagoyako Station, Meiko Line (Nagoya City Subway) ( Foot  5 minute ) map
Kinjo-Futo Station,Aonami Line(Foot 10 minutes)  
Nearest major bus station Nagoyako (Nagoya City Bus) ( Foot  10 minute ) map
Berth Berth No.2 & 3, Garden Pier map
Berth No.80&81 Kinjo Pier map
Service Tourist information map
Port management Port Promotion Division, Nagoya Port Authority  
TEL 052-654-7840  
E-MAIL yuuchi@union.nagoyako.lg.jp  
Related links Nagoya Port (Link to an external website)  

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