Nagoya Rolen Hotel

1-8-40 Nishiki, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, 460-0003, Japan
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by ciao_from_rome2005

I read on internet that in Nagoya there's a sort of italian village
(kind of theme park).
Does anyone know if is it worth a visit or not?!!
And is it close to 2005 Expo?!!
And sorry what does it mean MURA in japanese?!!
That's all.


by AyurinHiro

Hello! Welcome to Japan!

I'm living in Osaka, so I'm sorry I don't know much about Nagoya....

"Mura" means "village" in English.

Hope this helps and hope you will enjoy your stay here in Japan :-)



by ciao_from_rome2005

Thanks a lot for the quick translation!!
At the moment I am studying hard japanese language but...mmmmm...I get lost often.
I decided that my next aim will be to learn japanese language,I really wanna
learn a third language.I hope I won't take 10 years or something.We'll see.

Hey "AyurinHiro" I checked your very nice page and I am quite astonished about how many countries you two have visited....maybe you two have more lives!!!

I would have liked to go to Guam for few days but I gave up because of typhoons
and bad weather so I decided to stay in Japan and to go to visit Kyushu(exactly Fukuoka).
What about Fukuoka?!!Is it nice and interesting?!!Its forum is very poor.

That's all for today folks!!
See ya next week,this weekend I'll go to seaside(italian one this time)!!!


by Yujiro

Nagoya has a sort of Italian village which is called "Italia mura(Villaggio Italia)".
The theme park has just opened in April this year.
It is located at Minato-ku and takes about 20minutes from Nagoya station by subway.
(*You will need to change the trains at Kanayama station.)
There are some Italian restaurants,cafes and many clothes shops.
On weekdays,the admission fee is free.
On weekends(Saturday,Sunday) until the 31th of August,you have to buy a shopping ticket(1000yen) as admission fee.
I have never been to the village,but I'm going to visit there soon and I'll introduce the village on my page. :)

Travel Tips for Nagoya

See Dolphins in Aquarium

by wathy

The most interesting thing for me in this Aquarium is the dolphins performance. They really brilliant. Cool !!

Beside that you can see the big whales and you can find nemo and dory also in here :p

Entree fee : 2000yen


by cheesecake17

Official name
The Netherlands

This was another very small pavillion..

Water defines what the Netherlands looks like today. The theme for this pavillion was "Land of Water"...

Holland with a long history of intervening in nature and fighting against floods to guarantee a safe and high-quality living environment, alsoit is notable for its extensive use of geographical circumstances to develop economic potential.

Outside the pavilion there is an impressive - a "Delft Blue" tile structure (with blue images on white tiles) ....

land and water..

The pavillion is compose of ONE small room in which you sit or stand around the atrium which is a huge pond at the center, and function as a complete side-to-side media surface in which the aoudiovisual presentation about Holland is viewed for 7 minutes...

The presentation l depict the importance of a balance between man and nature from the unique viewpoint of the Netherlands...

Delft" tiles, typical of the Netherlands' traditional crafts, are also found inside the pavilion. The surrounding walls are covered with "Delft Blue" ceramic tiles presenting a typical view of the Netherlands - a panorama of Amsterdam-style facades, which is the largest hand-painted tile tableau in the world.

NO PICTURE where allowed......hahahah but I sneak one.....naughty naughty...


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