Nagoya's #1 Tourist Destination

On the roof of Nagoya Castle rests a symbol of Nagoya—a pair of golden grampuses. Built by the shogun, Tokugawa Ieyasu, Nagoya Castle is the first destination for most visitors to Nagoya. Next to the castle, a shopping district called "Kinshachi Yokocho" has several restaurants that serve Nagoya's most famous dishes and original desserts. A wide-ranging cast of characters that includes The Nagoya Hospitality Warriors, Tokugawa Ieyasu and Hattori Hanzo's Ninja Squad give visitors a chance to see samurai and ninjas in action.


1-1 Honmaru, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi 460-0031

〒460-0031 愛知県名古屋市中区本丸1−1

Directions Subway
Route 1
Take Nagoya city subway, HIgashiyama-sen, at Nagoya station to Sakae. It takes about five minutes. 
Take Nagoya city subway, Meijo-sen, at platform 4 to Shiyakusho (city hall).  It is about a six-minute ride.  
Take the exit seven and walk about five minutes to Nagoya Castle.

Route 2 Take Nagoya city subway, Higashiyama-sen, at Nagoya station to Fushimi. It takes about three minutes to Fushimi. Take Nagoya city subway, Tsurumai-sen, at platform 4 to Sengen-cho. It is a four-minute ride. Take the exit 1 and walk about 12 minites to Nagoya Castle.

Route 2
Take the Nagoya sightseeing route bus, Me-guru, at the bus terminal 11 at Nagoya station.  
It takes about 22 minutes to Nagoya Castle.

Business hours 9:30~17:00
Holidays 12/29–1/1
Contact Tel: 052-231-1700
Wi-Fi Yes
Credit card payment Credit cards not accepted
Supported languages English
Price Adults ¥500, Junior High and younger Free
Average visit length 1–2 hours
Websites Aichi Now Official Site Nagoya Info

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