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Nagoya City Science Museum

Flag iconNagoya City Science Museum

Nagoya City Science Museum, or Nagoya-shi Kagakukan in Japanese, is a seven-story museum which boasts five floors of hands-on, interactive permanent exhibits. This museum is one of Nagoya's landmarks flaunting a gigantic silver globe in its centre which houses the biggest planetarium in the world is 35 metres wide in diameter. Some of its other highlights include a -30°C experience simulating the polar regions, and the museum structure itself which is powered by a photovoltaic system with a demonstration of its earthquake-resistant construction.


Atsuta Houraiken Matsuzakaya Nagoya Japan

Flag iconAtsuta Houraiken Matsuzakaya (Lunch)

An unagi, or eel, restaurant with a long history of over 140 years of being true to Nagoya's signature flavour. The eel's glaze has been the same recipe passed down several generations to ensure that the customers get the same high quality and flavourful taste since its founding.


Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens Japan

Flag iconHigashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens

Higashiyama Zoo is a very good example of hitting two birds with one stone as it also features a botanical garden with over 7,000 varieties of flora, including one of Japan's oldest greenhouses considered as a Tangible Cultural Property. It prides itself on continually improving its facilities for the benefit of its residents while also making it more enjoyable and educational for visitors. What makes it stand out from other zoos is its Medaka (Japanese Rice Fish) Hall which features the same species of Medaka that went to space with a Japanese astronaut and it is also home to the gorilla that has been said to be the most handsome in the world – Shabani.


Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium Japan

Flag iconPort of Nagoya Public Aquarium

The Nagoya Public Aquarium is home to the largest outdoor pool in Japan, featuring impressive performances by dolphins, orcas, and beluga whales. It is divided into two pavilions that house a variety of Japan's marine life and some of Antarctica's. There is also an array of educational feeding shows that is a big hit to families.


West route

West Route
Welcome to the historic region of Japan – the Kansai region. Get transported back in time as you travel along and experience ancient castles, cryptic ninjas, and time-tested gourmet food. Feel the warmth of friendly locals and immerse in the culture to grasp what Japan is all about.

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