You can go to the top of Central towers which is called "Panorama house" by paying 700yen(adults).
The view from 245m height is magnificent!!
A cafe and a souvenir shop are there.
I believe that it's a must see in Nagoya.
Of course,the night view is so impressive!
JAPAN - what a beautiful place
A bit like Toyko with a dash of Osaka.
Nagoya, Japan's fourth-largest city, isn't a traditional tourist destination, but it has a number of worthwhile sights, some good restaurants and places to shop. In spirit, this major industrial centre, the capital of Aichi-ken, feels like a scaled-down, less breakneck-paced Tokyo.
The English-language signs dotted throughout the city make it easy to get around. Some of the most interesting restaurants, shops and nightspots can be found in the Sakae entertainment district. Nagoya is also a convenient hub for day trips in central Honshû.
From April to October Nagoya is usually fairly warm or hot, but from November all the way to March a definite chill creeps in, with temperatures regularly falling below 10°C (50°F).
Nagoya is an industrial powerhouse - it anchors a region that would rank among the world's top 10 economies if considered independently - and that means that a day here is bound to be busy.
I prefer to start out the day quietly, at Atsuta Jingu. Hidden among 1000-year-old cypress trees, it's one of the most sacred shrines in all of Japan's native Shintô religion. It's said to house a sacred sword, one of the three regalia that were, according to legend, handed down to the imperial family by the sun goddess Amaterasu Ômikami.