Ekimae MontBlanc Hotel

3-14-1 Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, 450-0002, Japan
Ekimae MontBlanc Hotel
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Travel Tips for Nagoya

Nagoya Dome

by Logan575

The dome is a pretty impressive indoor covered stadium. One weekend, on a lark, we took the subway out and found that even though the Dragons were not playing, there was a Jr. Sumo wrestling for childern being held. We were able to walk down on the field and check it out.

World Expo 2005 Seto Area

by ClareyD

The most interesting thing that we found in the Seto area was the Kaisho Plaza where you can get hands on and try some workshops. The idea is to teach you a little something in the process, but it is good fun to be able to try to make something. I made a an eco friendly brick in keeping with the theme of Nature's Wisdom. The charity associated with this activity builds housing for people all across the world.

Also in the area is the Citizen's Pavillion for certain events and pavillions for Aichi Prefecture and a small Japan Pavillion that is for performances.

The Seto area is out on a limb at world expo and to get from here to the Nagakute (main) Area you have to take a Hyrdrogen Fuel Cell bus that takes around 10 minutes, but be prepared for queues (took us approx 35 mins in the queue)!

Nagoya

by davidlop

"A short stop..."

Here we are, in an unexpected stop on our way down from Tokyo to Kyoto... a friend invited us to stay one night at Nagoya, so how could we refuse? This is the Nagoya's Castle, a pretty huge place with many (reconstructed) buildings, so you can get the idea of a living Japanese fortress with sentry towers, gardens, defense walls...
Of course, you also may enjoy of a big commercial area in the city center (a famous 100 meter wide avenue with lots of *very* big department stores, etc.), and also some interesting museums (japanese history...)
Not to mention the suberb cooking abilities of our hosts: never tasted a japenese food like that home made twenty-dish dinner!!!

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