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Type: Arts & Museums
Neighborhood: Higashi-ku
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The Nagoya Aichi Arts Center in Nagoya is a a cultural center built by Aishi Prefecture. It focuses on promoting and...
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Neighborhood: Higashi-ku
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The core of the collection was the 1,460 pieces which were donated by Tatsukichi Fujii in 1955 to the Aichi Prefectural...
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A stop on the old Tokaido highway, Arimatsu over the years became famous for its production of shibori (tie-dyed...
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Type: Arts & Museums
Neighborhood: Showa-ku
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In a country with seemingly as many bikes as there are people, it is only natural, perhaps, that there would be a...
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5 of 24 Nagoya Arts & Museums
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Students of the school of symbolism will be interested to know that Odilon Redon [1840-1916] is a featured artist at...
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Type: Attractions & Landmarks, Arts & Museums
6 of 24 Nagoya Arts & Museums
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This specialty museum has more than 300 inro and netsuke, making it a major collection. Inro are tiny boxes that were...
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Type: Attractions & Landmarks, Arts & Museums
Neighborhood: Naka-ku
7 of 24 Nagoya Arts & Museums
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Design City is one of the nicknames Nagoya has assumed for itself; a moniker not too implausible considering all the...
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8 of 24 Nagoya Arts & Museums
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Formerly an army depot and then the Kanazawa College of Art, the prefecture has named the red brick building a cultural...
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9 of 24 Nagoya Arts & Museums
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Set in the beautiful, wooded environs of the Ise Shrine, this two-story concrete building houses the shrine's extensive...
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Type: Attractions & Landmarks, Science & Technology, Arts & Museums
10 of 24 Nagoya Arts & Museums
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This is a new museum that highlights the region's extensive history in the manufacture of aircraft and rockets. A large...
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11 of 24 Nagoya Arts & Museums
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The artisan of gold leaf, Koumei Yasu established this tiny museum. Note that during the Edo period gold leaf was a...
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12 of 24 Nagoya Arts & Museums
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The temple itself is well known for its scenic location. Among the treasures are the very rare mirrors from the Heian...
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13 of 24 Nagoya Arts & Museums
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The theme of this large, open-air museum is anthropology, and it allows the visitor to literally walk into the lives of...
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Type: Other, Arts & Museums
Neighborhood: Naka-ku
14 of 24 Nagoya Arts & Museums
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With the support of the department store it is located in, this small museum regularly holds exhibitions that rival the...
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The purpose behind this museum, which converted nearly 60 buildings into an attractive park, is to preserve the...
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Neighborhood: Naka-ku
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When it opened in 1988, just before the city's centennial anniversary, this museum added another dimension to Nagoya's...
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Type: Attractions & Landmarks, Arts & Museums
Neighborhood: Higashi-ku
17 of 24 Nagoya Arts & Museums
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This landmark would probably not interest everyone. Certainly history buffs and those interested in fine architecture...
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Type: Arts & Museums
Neighborhood: Naka-ku
18 of 24 Nagoya Arts & Museums
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The 4,700 square meter Nagoya/Boston Museum of Fine Arts is a sister concern of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA),...
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Type: Photo Spots / Photography, Other, Arts & Museums
Neighborhood: Naka-ku
19 of 24 Nagoya Arts & Museums
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This small gallery located within a large department store, as often found in Japan, is unique as its exhibitions...
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Type: Arts & Museums
Neighborhood: Showa-ku
20 of 24 Nagoya Arts & Museums
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It is believed that seeds for green tea were brought into Japan by the priest Saicho in 805. The cult of tea aesthetics...
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