The Coexistence

Nagoya  Aichi  Japan

Nagoya is the third largest city after Tokyo and Osaka. Roads in the center are wider than in other cities. In the post-World War II reconstruction, it was completed by preventing the spread of fire and designing for a car society. In particular, Hisaya Odori and Wakamiya Odori, which are called “100m roads”, have a park in the center of the road and have a beautiful appearance. At the end of 2020, Hisaya-odori Park opened on Hisaya Odori and the symbol “TV Tower” was remodeled, increasing its presence as a cultural center. The charm of Nagoya is the large-scale facilities and divisions of the city, and the food culture that is unique to this area. “Coexistence” A trip not only to visit modern spots, but also to meet the food spots loved in this place.


<Hisaya-odori Park, Nagoya TV Tower, Oasis21>
Sakae Nagoya  Sightseeing

Twenty years ago, the center of Nagoya was prosperous. With the development of Nagoya Station, people moved to the Nagoya Station area. Hisaya Odori Park opened in the fall of 2020 on Hisaya Odori, a 100m wide road with a TV tower, right next to Sakae. We invited a brand shop for the first time in the area to this large park site. “Coexistence” This will be the center of culture along with Oasis 21, which is a popular shooting spot.
Nagoya Tv Tower
Oasis 21

<Nagoya City Art Museum, Nagoya City Science Museum>
Sakae Nagoya  Museum

A place where you can experience the arts and sciences run by Nagoya City. The Nagoya City Museum of Art was designed by architect Kisho Kurokawa with asymmetrical designs, and he was born in Aichi Prefecture. The work of Alexander Calder at the entrance is also eye-catching. A rocket is also on display in front of the Nagoya City Science Museum.
Nagoya City Museum of Art
Nagoya City Science Museum

<The Cultural Path>
Kurumamichi Nagoya  Sightseeing

The most beautiful cityscape in Nagoya. The samurai residence section around Nagoya Castle became a residence town from the end of the 19th century. Here’s how to walk in a wonderful city. The start is from the Nagoya City Archives and Museum to the east. To the cityscape conservation area beyond Route 41. Ryotei Koraku, Former Haruta House, Former Toyoda House, and The Cultural Path Futaba Museum. Let’s walk the architectural heritage of Nagoya for half a day. Hanayashiki is Japan’s first and oldest amusement park.
Nagoya City Archives and Museum instagram

Cultural Path Futaba Museum

<Noritake Garden>
Kamejima Nagoya  Musum

The cultural facility that reuses the former factory site of Noritake Company, a global manufacturer of ceramics. Ceramics were produced in the most prominent red brick building. There are shops and museums in the next building, and you can also tour the factory. 
Noritake Garden

Fushimi  Nagoya Sightseeing

In the 17th century, the town where the old Nagoya named Kiyosu was relocated when Nagoya Castle was built. After the big fire, the road width was 7m for the purpose of fire prevention, and the name was given because it was made “shike” in Japanese. This is a townscape preservation area with a great atmosphere.

<Cafe Begin>
Sakae Nagoya Cafe

Nagoya cafe culture. Good coffee and something. There are many variations. However, this is only coffee. It’s a cafe where you can only enjoy great coffee.

Fushimi Nagoya  Japanese  Eel restaurant

Nagoya eel is baked with a sweet sauce without steaming.The texture of the fragrant and thick eel is a little crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. The way to eat “Hitsumabushi” is unique, so let the staff of the restaurant teach you. It’s a very popular restaurant, but it accepts reservations at night. Be sure to make a reservation.

<Lamp Light Books Hotel nagoya>
Fushimi Nagoya  Hotel

Easy-to-use hotel. Hotels, cafes, libraries, and work places on your computer. You can use it in various ways throughout the day. The price and convenience are very good.
Lamp Light Books Hotel Nagoya

<The Tower Hotel Nagoya>
Sakae Nagoya  Hotel

The Nagoya TV Tower is no longer used as a broadcasting station, but it is still a symbol of the town. The symbol was given a new mission in October 2020. It is a stylish hotel that has been renovated on the 4th and 5th floors of this building. There are many businesses that turn historic buildings into hotels, but it is rare to convert characteristic buildings such as TV towers into hotels. The steel frame of the TV tower itself looks like a part of the interior and is beautiful. This is the center of area revitalization.
The Towe Hotel Nagoya