Tokugawa Art Museum
This delightful Japanese garden adjacent to the Tokugawa Art Museum was donated by the Tokugawa family to Nagoya city in 1931, but...
Nagoya City Archives
Built in 1922 this grand Taisho-era Court of Appeal now houses the city archives. Whilst the archives themselves are difficult to...
Oasis 21 is a bus terminal and transit hub with a difference. Its iconic 'galaxy platform' – an elliptical glass-and-steel structure...
The 59's Sports Bar & Diner
Cowboys and cowgirls greet you in this cruisy, colourful, fun and friendly basement bar. Staff will make you feel welcome and may try to...
Opposite the Nagoya TV Tower, these cheap, chunky handmade rāmen bowls will fill you up. The walls are enshrined with photos of famous...
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Tokugawa Art Museum information
A must for anyone interested in Japanese culture and history, this museum has a collection of over 10,000 pieces that includes National Treasures and Important Cultural Properties once belonging to the shogun family. A priceless 12th-century scroll depicting The Tale of Genji is usually locked away, except during a short stint in late November; the rest of the year, visitors must remain content with a video.