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
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
A really nice place. Not easy to find the first time. The staff was very friendly and helpful. If I come again in Nagoya, I will certainly go here. ... more
Be sure to read directions carefully on how to get there! It's very close to the subway and easy to get to, but the buildings all look the same. It's two short subway stops away from the Shinkansen station and a couple of subway stops away from the castle. You can conveniently get to wherever you want to go in Nagoya. ... more
My first time in Japan!
It’s a while that I have started to study Japanese. The main reason is because I’d like to learn more about the intriguing aspects of East Asian cultures. I have trip coming up in the JAPAN in August of this year and would like some advice, please. My plan is to fly into NAGOYA and visiting ...
Travel companion to Japan - Mid Oct 2011
! Itinerary : from Tokyo through Nagoya and on to Kyoto, Nara and Osaka .. or lesser...dunno if it fits 7 ...
Vietnam Airlines slashes fares to Korea, Japan, Singapore
National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines has launched a promotion under which it has cut fares on the Japan, Republic of Korea, and Singapore sectors. A return ticket from Hanoi to the Japanese cities of Tokyo, Osaka, Fukuoka, and Nagoya has been reduced from US$930 to $800 for a 14-day stay, and to US$850 ...
Dragon's Baseball Game
Wednesday night I experienced my first Japanese baseball game. The Nagoya Dragons were playing at the Nagoya Dome, which is a short walk from my apartment. I can always tell when I am headed home in the afternoon from work if there is going to be a game, because there are more people on the road. The close ...
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