Flights to Nagoya

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Flights to Nagoya, Japan

Nagoya is the capital of the Aichi Prefecture in Japan. It is one of Japan’s major ports and an important industrial hub for the region. It is where Toyota and the pinball-style game pachinko are born.

The metropolis also serves as a springboard to amazing day trips around Chubu’s mountainous area.

The main international airport in Nagoya is the Chubu Centrair International Airport.

  • 46 km to central Nagoya
  • A taxi ride to central Nagoya costs around RM930 (JPY24185) and takes about 45 minutes

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Best Time to Visit Nagoya

Summer is hot and humid in Nagoya, so spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) offers cooler temperatures and lower rainfall.

Things to do in Nagoya

What to see in Nagoya

The manufacturing hub may seem like a boring metropolis from the outside, but it still offers historic sites and green spots that are worth a visit.

The Nagoya Castle, completely rebuilt in 1959, is a popular tourist destination. It also houses a traditional art museum where you can see wall paintings of the Kano school. The Meiji-mura Village Museum offers a fantastic glimpse into the Meiji era from 1868 to 1912.

For art lovers, the Tokugawa Art and Nagoya City Art museums are not to be missed. Of course, it is only fitting to visit the Toyota Techno and Toyota Automobile Museum in Toyota’s birthplace. The museum traces the company’s history and many products.

What to eat in Nagoya

Nagoya foods are typically hearty and comforting. As Nagoya is the country’s largest producer of fresh water eel, the hitsumabushi (rice, condiments, broth and eel) is a must-try. Also try the misokatsu, which is similar to tonkatsu, but with miso sauce. The misonikomi is a hearty hotpot dish cooked with miso-based broth and extra thick noodles.

Day trips from Nagoya

For a getaway, head to Shirakawa-go, Gifu, which is approximately 1 hour by the Express Shuttle Bus, to visit the OgimachiGassho-zukuri Village, a large World Heritage area that has houses with thatched roofs that resemble ancient Japan.

Another great choice is to visit Iga, Mie, roughly 90 minutes by train away. Home to one of Japan’s leading ninja school, Iga is most famous for their ninja. You can visit the ninja museum and watch a ninja show.

This information is correct as of 30 July 2017.

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