International Design Centre Nagoya
Nagoya City Science Museum
This spanking new hands-on museum claims the world's largest dome-screen planetarium with some seriously out of this world projection...
Nagoya Blue Note
If you're into jazz, big band or blues, you're likely to find your fancy at this longstanding Nagoyan institution.
This is the place to go for soupy miso-nikomi udon – the chain has been doing it since 1925. The basic dish costs ¥976 and goes up from...
Lonely Planet review
Housed in the swooping Nadya Park complex is this secular shrine to the deities of conceptualisation, form and function. From art deco to post modernism, Electrolux to Isamu Noguchi and Arne Jacobsen to the Mini Cooper, all are represented in this significant collection. Once sated, design-heads should gravitate to the Loft department store , also in Nadya Park, to burn some cash.