Situated on the Pacific Ocean coast between Tokyo and Osaka, Nagoya is Japan’s third largest metropolitan area.
There is lots to do in and around Nagoya. See 11 ideas here, including handheld fireworks, miso, matcha and off-road adventures.
Getting to Nagoya
If coming from Tokyo, read our guide to traveling from Tokyo to Nagoya. If coming to Nagoya from the Kansai area, the private Kintetsu Railway is a good alternative to the Tokaido Shinkansen with a variety of regular services departing Osaka-Namba Station for Kintetsu-Nagoya Station throughout the day.