Red Rock Bar & Grill
Oasis 21 is a bus terminal and transit hub featuring a Tourist Information Center and some decent shops and eateries. Its iconic 'galaxy...
Nagoya TV Tower
Nagoya's much-loved TV tower, completed in 1954, was the first of its kind in Japan. The tower's central location makes its 100m-high...
International Design Centre Nagoya
Housed in the swooping Nadya Park complex is this secular shrine to the deities of conceptualisation, form and function. From art deco...
Beats, hip hop, house and techno all feature at different times at this popular club with a central location and killer soundsystem.
Opposite the Nagoya TV tower, these cheap, chunky hand made rāmen bowls will fill you up. The walls are enshrined with photos of the...
Lonely Planet review
On a Sakae side street, Aussie-owned Red Rock attracts locals and expats alike. A fun menu includes such imports from Terra Australis as crocodile nuggets (that's right), lamb wrap, and (we're told) the best meat pies north of Down Under.