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Nagoya Castle, Nagoya

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Castle · Historic Site
Like a dreamy image from a postcard, Nagoya Castle features picturesque gardens and iconic tile-covered slanting roofs. Constructed in the early 17th century, the spacious complex underwent major reconstruction after World War II. Explore the vast castle grounds to admire the structure's distinct architecture, or check out the exhibits at the onsite museum to acquaint yourself with the castle's history. Take a relaxing walk through the surrounding gardens and parks, especially stunning during cherry blossom season. PutNagoya Castle into our Nagoya road trip planning site and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • A must visit place in Nagoya. Doesn't cost much to go in. Informative placards explaining each room, and you can take photos of most rooms.  more »
  • Back in 1989/1990, the uncle of a friend of mine spent 9 months in Nagoya as an au pair boy, he did a lot of sightseeing and saw many landmarks of Japan. The Nagoya Castle made no exception: as I...  more »
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  • The castle is amazing. It is in pristine condition. I visited the market located inside the castle and everyone, including the staff were very nice. You can enjoy yourself and queue up to look at the rooms in the historical site. There are guides and maps everywhere in the area so you won't get lost. There are facilities located in the main entrance. I consider this one of the most beautiful castles in Japan.
  • While lot of this is rebuilt after a fire in WW2 it is a look into Japan's past. Didn't get a chance to go inside the buildings as we were too late in the day. Grounds are interesting to explore. Went back for nights markets and a audio visual show, no English audio so didn't understand but it looked good.

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