Nagoya Nō Theatre
The original structure, built between 1610 to 1614 by Tokugawa Ieyasu for his ninth son, was levelled in WWII. Today's castle is a...
Pottery fans will enjoy a stroll around Noritake Garden, the 1904 factory grounds of one of Japan's best-known porcelain makers. The...
Atmosphere seeps from this ambitious izakaya, which transformed a decrepit building into an airy urban oasis. French and seasonally...
Lonely Planet review
Outside the main gate of Nagoya-jō, the theatre has a small museum of costumes and antiquities related to nō, one of the world's oldest continuously performed theatre forms.