The Site of Reversible Destiny is a large architectural/art park located in Yoro, Gifu. The site was the project of internationally acclaimed artists/architects Shusaku Arakawa and Madeline Gins.Read more "Site of Reversible Destiny"
Nagoya castle is a fantastic destination to visit. But what some don’t know is there are some great areas surrounding the castle too. Meijo Koen (Park) is located directly north of Nagoya castle and is a great place to unwind in the busy city.Read more "Meijo Park"
The Furukawa Art Museum is private art collection by the late Saburo Furukawa, which opened in 1991. The museum holds a number of original works by various renowned Japanese artists and holds special exhibitions throughout the year.Read more "Furukawa Art and Saburo Memorial Museum"
The Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology is one of the largest and most spectacular museums in Nagoya. An absolute labyrinth of rooms and subjects are on display here, in this large area that is actually the original grounds that the founder Sakichi Toyoda built originally as a loom and textile production factory.Read more "Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology"
Suemori Castle is located in the east of Nagoya and is more of a historical site than a ‘castle’. It does however have an interesting history and there are some other things to see in this unique little corner of the city.Read more "Suemori Castle"
Nitaiji temple is a rather unique Buddhist site that does not belong to one sect of Buddhism. Instead it represents all sects. The temple was built in 1904 in agreement with all nineteen sects of buddhism.Read more "Nittaiji Temple"
The Yamazaki Mazak Museum of Art holds a rare collection of works from some very famous artists dating over a period of two hundred years. These works include the French Rococo period, Romanticism, Neo-Classicism , Realism, Impressionism and more.Read more "Yamazaki Mazak Museum of Art"
Aichi prefectural ceramic museum is a large area located on the edge of Seto city, to the east of Nagoya. Aichi is particularly famous for areas that have a rich history in ceramics such as Sanage, Seto, Atsumi and Tokoname.Read more "Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Museum"
The cultural path, Hyakka Hyakuso is located near Shumokukan and is part of a collection of historical sites in the area. The name means 100 flowers of culture and is a garden from the Taisho period roughly around 1920.Read more "Hyakka Hyakuso"
The cultural path, Shumokukan is a unique collection of buildings located East of Nagoya Castle. It was built between the Taisho and the Showa Era for Tamesaburo Imoto, a man who was a successful pottery merchant of the time.Read more "Shumokukan"