Are you looking for things to do in Nagoya in April 2020? With the coronavirus going around the world many events and festivals in Nagoya have been canceled and we are being advised to stay away from crowded areas. Still, sometimes we just have to get out. Below you...
Everything you need to know for your visit to Nagoya Castle from someone who has visited multiple times and loves the castle a lot
The best Udon in Tokyo can be found at a small shop in the heart of the city. At Taniya in Nihonbashi you get delicious freshly made Udon.
Tokoname is famous as a pottery town. Walk the narrow streets of Tokoname and explore its history. Shop for ceramics or make your own during a pottery workshop.
Nagoya in spring is beautiful. Plum blossoms and cherry blossoms. Fun festivals, delicious food and amazing side trips are the highlights of spring.
With the spread of the coronavirus in Nagoya travelers are wondering whether it is still safe to visit. Here are some considerations.
Wondering what to eat at Tokyo Station? If you love juicy meat and a real Japanese experience visit Suzuki a delicious Tonkatsu place inside Tokyo Station.
Events and festivals in Nagoya in March 2020. Plum blossom festivals and cherry blossom festivals all over the city.
A list of attractions and events closed or canceled in Nagoya in March 2020 due to COVID-19. This list is updated regularly.
Nishio Matcha is famous in Japan. Experience the delicious Matcha as well as Nishio Miso on a day trip from Nagoya to Nishio city.