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Nagoya is Japan’s third largest metropolitan area after Tokyo and Osaka. For a long time, Nagoya has flourished as an economic and cultural hub, connecting the eastern and western sides of the country, and has grown into a key center of industry. Today, popular attractions include Nagoya Castle and the new LEGOLAND theme park.

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For hundreds of years, Nagoya has thrived as an economic and cultural hub situated between eastern and western Japan. Nagoya is now a major industrial center and Japan’s third biggest metropolitan area after Tokyo and Osaka.

A huge shopping complex, Sasashima Live 24, opened in Nagoya in 2017, and another, Minato AQULS, is currently under construction as part of a new urban development project in the city’s Minato Ward. Nagoya’s cityscape is undergoing major changes. JR Gate Tower, a new hotel and commercial complex, was constructed in the Nagoya Station-front area, and LEGOLAND, a large theme park, recently opened in Minato Ward’s Kinjo pier district.

Looking ahead, the Chuo Shinkansen maglev train line is scheduled to open in 2027. Connecting Nagoya to Tokyo’s Shinagawa district in about 40 minutes, the new line is expected to promote further development in Nagoya.

Recommended Experiences

  • Nagoya Castle

    About a 15-minute drive from the Prince Hotel Nagoya

  • LEGOLAND

    About a 20-minute drive from the Prince Hotel Nagoya

  • Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology

    About a 15-minute drive from the Prince Hotel Nagoya

  • Nagoya City Science Museum

    About a 15-minute drive from the Prince Hotel Nagoya

  • Port of Nagoya Garden Pier

    About a 25-minute drive from the Prince Hotel Nagoya