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Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium

Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium

Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium is an aquarium which is open for public in Minato-ku. The aquarium housed a killer whale till 2003 which was named Kū. It was taken from another aquarium as a loan. The whale, however, died on 19th September in 2008. The major exhibitions of the aquarium are the Dolphin show and the Ocra show. The aquarium is quite close to the Meiko Line's, Nagoyako Station.

Higashiyama Zoo & Botanical Garden

Higashiyama Zoo & Botanical Garden

Higashiyama Zoo & Botanical Garden is a culmination of a botanical garden as well as a zoo. It is one of the greatest and biggest attractions of Asia. There are almost 125 mammal species housed in the zoo which include bears, lions, giraffes, tigers, elephants and many more. Some of the features of the garden are Rheum, Papaver, Gentiana, Aconitum etc. There are observation decks also in the garden. There are a number of birds and reptiles in the zoo along with an amusement park.

Travelling to Nagoya, Japan

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Nagoya, the biggest city in the region Chubu of the country Japan is one of the largest incorporated cities and also a highly populated urban area. It is situated in Central Honshu on the Pacific Coast. It is also counted in the top 50 biggest urban areas in the entire world. The city has a number of museums including Nagoya City Museum, Tokugawa Art Museum and others. They have a display of the utmost traditional as well as modern art of the country along with handicrafts and scientific museums. The city celebrates some very unique festivals which are limited to the local regions like the June Atsuta Matsuri Festival, Summer Festival Castle and others. Some of the must-have cuisines of the city are Kishimen, Tebasaki, Red Miso, Tenmusu, Hitsumabushi, and others. Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball, Handball, Hockey, Soccer, Futsal and American Football are some of the major played sports of the city.

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Nagoya Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

'You can book your tickets offline as well as online. It's easier to book your tickets online and it saves time as well. Book your tickets online to Nagoya through this website and make payments securely through the same.

How To Get Around?

You can take the highway bus as it is easily accessible. Local trains are also an option, although, they might get a little crowded. You can also rent a car for the entire trip as it is easy to schedule your visit accordingly then.

What Should I Wear?

Include a few bottoms of various types like a pair of jeans, a cargo, a pair of shorts and maybe a skirt as well. Take a few shirts and shrugs or other layers. Carry a pair of comfortable shoes and also a pair of heels. Boys can go for boots and sneakers.

Nagoya Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

Nagoya is at its best in Spring and Autumn. June and July witness a lot of rain. Summers can get you all sweaty so it is not recommendable. September and October are the best months.



Will I Need a Guide?

The website will guide you about everything. A guide is not needed.

How To Get There?

Osaka and Tokyo might be the right places to start with. They are nearby and Nagoya can be reached within hours from a highway bus or a car. You can also go from Kyoto to Nagoya via train.

Additional Info

Keep all your cash safely with yourself and also your travel documents to avoid any inconvenience.