Originally built by Tokugawa Ieyasu in 1610, Nagoya Castle is a proud icon of Nagoya City.
The Honmaru Palace, a former residence and administrative office of the feudal government, is now open to the public and where decorative decor meets the eye.
The great tower keep is a famous photo spot that features golden shachihoko (Japanese mythological tiger-fish ornaments) on the rooftop.
Those who are looking for a resting space can head to the Tonarino commercial facility in Meijo Park where you can grab a cup of coffee and chill out on the terrace.
Standing tall, a proud icon of Nagoya City, Nagoya Castle and the history that comes with it has influenced the city unlike any other structure that came before. …