Nagoya is the 4th largest urban area in Japan (called the Chukyo Metropolitan Area) and even the 3rd largest if counting the city proper only. The latter has about 2.3 million inhabitants, the total urban area is more than 4 times as big with nearly 10 million inhabitants.
From the Nagoya Travel Guide
Average cheapest prices by month for budget accommodation in Nagoya
Stayed in a eight bed mixed room. It seemed more to be a meeting room for business conferences. But with eight matresses, on the traditional carpet. It was very clean, and comfortable as well. Service was outstanding, extremely helpful people nehind the reception. ... more
This business hotel is located 2 minutes' walk from Nagoya station west exit so it's in a top location, although the sign is very small so it's easy to walk past. If you look for a Takoyaki (octopus ball) restaurant you'll find it, you go in there and up the stairs. It'll make more sense when you see it. ... more
Hi, Could anyone tell me about Nagoya? Specifically Nakagawa-ku area? Will be going there shortly (early Nov) to live...interests are aikido, walking, camping Many thanks Jane! ...
Japan Trip Report: Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Nagoya and Hiroshima
Just got back from 2 weeks touring Japan. I spent 1 week in Tokyo, and spent 1 weeks burning up the rails using my Japan rail pass to see the temples in Kyoto, baseball in Osaka, sumo in Nagoya and a short trip to see Hiroshima. I was a little scared in heading to Japan because a lot of what I read ...
Japan 13D/12N - better take JR pss or others?
Kyoto tour D5 Kyoto : Eastern Kyoto tour D6 Kyoto : Northen Kyoto tour D7 Kyoto - Nagoya : city tour D8 Nagoya: excursion Takayama D9 Nagoya - Tokyo (want to try Nozomi) - Fuji Kawaguchiko D10 Fuji Kawaguchiko ...
Nagoya began with a struggle. Combine heat and heavy bags and a rubbish map and you get a mess! Thankfully people in Japan always seem happy to help lost foreigners and we were saved by lovely people who ...
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