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A guide of sightseeing in Chubu, Japan.

Chita is located between Tokyo and Osaka, close to Nagoya in Japan. It’s also easy to get to Mt.Fuji and Kyoto.
There are many famous head offices of TOYOTA , YAMAHA, SUZUKI near here. You can see the detail if you click the icon.

トヨタテクノミュージアム 名古屋テレビ塔 名古屋城 トヨタ博物館 トヨタ本社 伊勢 伊勢神宮

1.Nagoya Castle 2.Kinkakuji(temple)
3.Toyota Technology Museum

NAGOYA DISTRICT Model course (sightseeing and shopping).

We can provide you hotel's car and driver on cheep charge according your schedule. Please contact vice manager for sightseeing

Nagoya Map

9:00 am from Kaifuu to Nagoya by hotels car with driver

10:00 am Nagoya castle

I construct a castle as (Keicho era 17 years), a castle of child Yoshinao of Ieyasu Tokugawa in 1612. I was destroyed by fire by war damage, but five levels of large castle towers (about 48m) and small castle towers (about 24m) to have (1959), a killer whale of the money on in 1959 were rebuilt.

11:00 am Osu shopping center Shopping (personal computer and camera,watch etc)

Osu Shopping Arcade is known as one of the the bustling
shopping mall in Japan. All kinds of shops, including electrical appliance shops, secondhand clothing stores, restaurants and cafes are open. The mall is always crowded with people and filled with energy.

12:00 pm Lunch time at Sakae district Shopping (personal computer and camera,watch etc)

Nagoya's specialty foods are introduced, including hitsumabushi eel dish, misonikomi udon noodle, kishimen noodle, miso-katsu cutlet, tebasaki fried chicken wingtips, and tenmusu rice balls.

1:00 pm Sakae street & Department Shopping (dress, accessories, dolls and book) Shopping (personal computer and camera,watch etc)

You can enjoy various kinds of shopping here in Nagoya. There are many department stores, massive underground shopping malls at downtown area.

4:00 pm Tokugawa museum

Tokugawa Art Museum was established based on a donation by the Marquis Tokugawa Yoshichika. This is a very rare museum where priceless treasures preserved by the Owari Tokugawa family so-called "daimyo dogu (tools of feudal lord)" are preserved and exhibited.

6:00 pm from Nagoya to Kaifuu by hotels car with driver

Sightseeing - Chubu Area

  • Nagoya television tower

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    A symbol of Nagoya city The first television tower in Japanese history Hight:180m

  • Nagoya Castle

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    Built in 1610. Took 5 years to finish. Burnt down in 1945 because of WWⅡ, rebuilt in 1959 Kinshachi on the top of the roof is the symbol of Nagoya.

  • Toyota Technology Museum

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    It is located around the birth place of TOYOTA group. It uses the same factory built in Taisho period with red brick. It tells us the importance of “the spirit of Creation and Researches.”

  • TOYOTA Automobile Museum

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    It was established to commemorate the history of the automobile and is dedicated to building a prosperous future for man and motorcar. There are about120 automobiles, mainly involving the history of practical cars from the end of the 19th century


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    There is the head office of the largest automobile company in the world, TOYOTA.

  • Ise Shrine

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    A shrine in Mie prefecture. Ise Shrine, arguably the holiest and most important Shinto site and the reputed home of the Emperor's Sacred Mirror. It was originally constructed in the year 4 BC.

Sightseeing - in Japan

  • Tokyo Disneyland

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    It consists of Tokyo DisneySea and Tokyo DisneyResort.

  • Mt. Fuji

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    Hight:3776m The highest mountain in Japan. It had been a sacred mountain, appeared the present form about 10,000 years ago.

  • Tsutenkaku tower constructed in 1955 is a symbol of Osaka. There is an observation deck on the 5th floor. About 700000 people in a year come to see the fortune statue of BILIKEN.

  • Universal Studios Japan(USJ)

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    Exciting theme park, which brings the magic of Hollywood movies to life, consist of 9 areas.

  • Kyoto

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    Kyoto was the capital of Japan and the residence of the Emperor from 794 until the Meiji Restoration of 1868, when the capital was moved to Tokyo. During its millennium at the center of Japanese power, culture, tradition, and religion, it accumulated an unparalleled collection of palaces, temples and shrines, built for emperors, shoguns, and monks.