Nagoya Japan Highlights; Nagoya Travel Information And Tips
Nagoya, the 4th largest city of Japan, is often overlooked by travelers in favor of other cities such as Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka. Kinda understand. But I put all my effort into how I can tell you Nagoya's charm points with my 14-year experience of living in Nagoya. As the secret weapon to catch your attention, Toyota is getting old! Now, Nagoya Meshi is the most appealing of Nagoya! A unique & creative local cuisine that you can eat only in Nagoya. Also, Nagoya is the perfect compact city for 1-day sightseeing. Read this site, and just hopping off Shinkansen at Nagoya station.
Nagoya Japan Travel Guide; Chubu Centrair International Airport
The 5-star regional airport, the gateway to the central region of Japan, Nagoya, Gifu, Mie, Nagano...Here is the informative guide about Nagoya Int'l Airport. Airport shuttle, how to get to Nagoya, activities in the airport & Tokoname city, and hotels.
Is Nagoya Worth Visiting? It Is Not Too Late To Decide After Reading This Site
It's very true that Nagoya can be overlooked by tourists. Unfortunately, Nagoya itself can't attract international visitors who visit Japan for the first time. But Nagoya can be worth to stay if you are arriving at Nagoya Centrair Int'l Airport or holding Japan Rail Pass. Nagoya is the center of transportation networks in the central region and also is located between Tokyo and Osaka on the Golden route. Moreover, the central region of Japan has lots of attractive things to see. So Nagoya can be the base for your Japan trip.
Public transportations around Nagoya, Japan
Traveling around Nagoya, Japan? Nagoya has great public transportation networks to make your trip easy and satisfying. It is very possible to make a day-trip to the surroundings to see the countryside of Japan. Even inside of Nagoya, subways & city buses covers the whole city. To learn about public transportations in the Nagoya area, the site will help you to give hints for the itinerary.
What To Do In Nagoya Port Area; The Hidden Spots From The Local Guide
From Nagoya Aquarium to Local hidden spots, to Kinjo Wharf area, and Nagoya Meshi. Best things to do in Nagoya Port area for your itinerary. Nagoya Aquarium is the top 3 of the aquarium in Japan. Read this guide, squeeze sightseeing Nagoya port area in the Nagoya trip plan.
1 Day In Nagoya Itinerary; The Perfect Trip Plan For The First Visit Nagoya, Japan
Check out my 1 day in Nagoya itinerary with the best things to do in Nagoya from the native guide who lived in Nagoya for 14 years. Click through what and where to eat.
The Ultimate Guide; The prepaid transportation card in Japan
One of the things you need in Japan is the prepaid transportation card, called "IC card". Although you are a Japan Rail Pass holder, you can't travel without the IC card, because public transportations such as subways and city buses are very handy to see around IN THE CITY, and most of the cases, JR line covers lines as the connection of suburbs. Using the IC card is very common in Japan, it's rechargeable and refundable. Easy to get, easy to charge. In this site, I will explain what is the IC card, how it works and how to refund it before leaving Japan.
What is the Sightseeing Route Bus in Nagoya city?
Spending time in Nagoya? No clue what to do in Nagoya? There is the sightseeing route bus that stops at 11 attractive sightseeing spots in Nagoya, you just hop on and off without checking the map. On this site, I am going to tell you what the sightseeing bus in Nagoya, how to get a ticket, where you can visit, and it worth to pay or not.
Japan Rail Pass and Narita Express Guide [JAN, 2020 updated]
Going to Japan? Considering to buy Japan Rail Pass? Are you arriving at Narita airport? Japan Rail Pass can save lots of money and your hassle if you are an active traveler. If you still wonder whether to purchase the Japan rail pass or not, I can help you make up your mind on this site with showing costs.
2 Days Deep Osaka Itinerary “DAY 2”; The Takoyaki Vendor Hopping, Shopping, And More Osaka Food
Discover Osaka with my 2 days itinerary. Things To Do, Getting around, where to eat, what to eat. Packing all popular & deep Osaka spots. Lots of trivia from the Japanese native guide.
Yokoso Osaka Ticket; One Of Travel Pass To Think About For Osaka Japan Trip [updated]
Arriving in Kansai Int'l airport? Nankai Rapi:t is the fastest & comfortable way to get to downtown Osaka. when buying "Yokoso Osaka Ticket", you will get to Downtown and start sightseeing easily & quickly. Plus get discount prices for attractions.
The Ultimate Osaka Aquarium And Tempozan Harbor Village Guide; Kaiyukan, The Ferris Wheel, Santa Maria Cruise
Planning a trip to Osaka? Do you love aquariums? Osaka Aquarium is surely the best spot to go because you never get tired of the spectacular aquarium and also Osaka bay area. There is a large leisure complex that has many restaurants, and attractions. In this site, telling you the access, general information and tips to enjoy the aquarium, so check out this ultimate Osaka Aquarium travel guide!
The Ultimate Osaka Kaiyu Pass Guide; The day pass For Osaka Aquarium & Transportation [Updated 2020]
Add Osaka Aquarium in the Japan trip bucket list! Here's the ultimate guide about Osaka "Kaiyukan" aquarium & transportation combo tickets.
1 DAY Pass For Unlimited Osaka Metro And City Bus Rides; Enjoy ECO Card
Visiting Osaka, Japan? There is a 1-day pass that gives you all-you-can-ride Osaka Metro(subway) and city buses with discount prices for popular sightseeing attractions. If you want to know more details, better read this.
Osaka Amazing Pass Guide; [April 2020 – April 2021] Edition
The Osaka Amazing Pass is a convenient travel pass that includes admission to tourist facilities and unlimited rides. Osaka is so much fun, you should know about "Osaka Amazing Pass" in this site.
11 Facts Other Websites Never Tell You About Japanese Dos and Don’ts
Be scared about Japanese picky manners and etiquettes? You are the tourists and the Japanese want you to enjoy traveling in Japan more than anything! I am going to tell you today that things GENERALLY the Japanese don't do in public, but these things don't mean that you should do. Grab a cup of coffee, and read relax!