About Nagoya

About Nagoya

Nagoya Skyline Nagoya Castle Nagoya city center (Sakae) Nagoya city center (Sakae) Kosho-ji Temple Osu Kannon temple Osu shopping arcade Osu shopping arcade Higashi Betsuin temple garden Tsurumai Park Nagoya Skyline

Nagoya (pop. 2 million) is the center of Japan’s third biggest metropolitan area. It is famous for its industry (home to companies such as Toyota, Brother, Mitsubishi Aircraft, and Makita among many others), wide avenues, and unique cuisine. Read more about sightseeing, eating, and other useful information regarding visiting Nagoya.

Nagoya is about 1.5 hours from Tokyo and less than an hour away from Kyoto and Osaka by bullet train. The city is served by Chubu Centrair International Airport with daily international flights to multiple destinations in Europe, North America, and Asia. Read more on the access & transportation page.