Japan's fourth most populated city, a castle town and the heart of the country's automobile industry.
Nagoya is a major urban center between Tokyo and Kyoto and a gateway for accessing Kanazawa, Takayama and other destinations in the Hokuriku region. It makes for a great side trip with much to see and do—delve into the city's industrial history with a visit to the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology, explore Nagoya Castle and the surrounding park, and taste some Nagoya specialties.
The city's most iconic symbol, Nagoya Castle , is one site you can't miss. One of the largest castles in the country, its construction was the catalyst for the city's expansion in the early Edo period. Inside the castle keep is a museum with exhibits covering the castle's history. In spring the surrounding area is a popular cherry blossom spot.
Surrounding the castle is Meijo Park. Filled with seasonal flowers, the park transforms throughout the year. Flower exhibits are regularly held on the grounds. Early May is a particularly good time to visit when the wisterias are in full bloom.
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