You will be docked at the Garden Pier, with berthes for passenger ships, is the ocean gateway of the Port of Nagoya. Public attractions located at the Pier include the Port of Nagoya Public aquarium, Nagoya Port Building, Fuji antarctic Museum, Sea Train Land, and JETTY, a complex of shops and restaurants. Shaded by lush greenery, the waterfront park is a place for complete relaxation.
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Nagoya is one of Japan’s five largest cities and the heart of Aichi's economy and culture. The city is also recognized for a wide variety of interesting sites including a formidable castle with two golden orcas on the roof, a shrine containing national treasures representing its 2,000-year history, a peculiar festival that's over 1,000 years old and an environmentally friendly, three-dimensional park located in the city's vibrant downtown area.
Nagoyako Station, Meiko Line (Nagoya City Subway) , a 5 minute walk away.
The Atsuta-jingu Shrine is very popular among the locals. Learn about Kusanagi-no-Mitsurugi, a sacred sword that is part of the imperial regalia - symbols of the legitimacy of the Japanese Emperor.
Automobile buffs will love the Toyota Techno Museum.
It pays to compare your cruise line shore excursions here.
Akamon-dori is your source for finding an incredible variety of stereo and electronics stores and used record shops.
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