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Flight of Dreams & Seattle Terrace

Flight of Dreams & Seattle Terrace at Centrair combines an aviation museum on the Boeing Dreamliner with a mall of Seattle-style shops and restaurants.

Tokugawa Art Museum

While in Nagoya, be sure to visit Tokugawa Art Museum, located in the north-east of the city. You'll discover authentic pieces, from famous katana and kimono to ancient illustrated scrolls...


The Meiji Mura

In Inuyama, near Nagoya , the Meiji-mura open-air museum offers you a complete immersion in a pivotal period for the Japanese archipelago, the Meiji era (1868-1912), thanks to some sixty remarkably

Toyota Automobile Museum

Located in Toyota City, east of Nagoya, the Toyota Automobile Museum was established in 1989, on the 50th anniversary of Toyota Motor Corporation.

Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology

The Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology in Nagoya is an excellent museum located in the original brick buildings of the Toyoda Spinning & Weaving Company.

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Historical Museum of Waterworks & Sewerage

The Historical Museum of Waterworks & Sewerage in Nagoya is an interesting free museum on the history of water management in the city from Edo times until the present day.

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Hideyoshi and Kiyomasa Memorial Museum

The Hideyoshi and Kiyomasa Memorial Museum in Nakamura Park in Nagoya displays weapons, personal effects and documents of Hideyoshi Toyotomi and Kato Kiyomasa.

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Yamazaki Mazak Museum of Art

The Yamazaki Mazak Museum of Art in Nagoya opened in 2010 and has an outstanding collection of French art from the 18th-20th centuries including painting, furniture and decorative glass art.

Nagoya City Science Museum

In Nagoya, the large industrial city, lies the fascinating Nagoya City Science Museum. It's a must-see for anyone with an interest in science.

The Showa Museum of Art Nagoya

The Showa Museum of Art in Irinaka, Nagoya houses the tea ceremony related collection of Kozo Goto (1881-1977) and includes the garden of his former residence.

Menard Art Museum

The Menard Art Museum in Komaki, north of Nagoya, is the private collection of Nonogawa Daisuke and his wife, Mizuko, founders of Nippon Menard Cosmetic company and exhibits both western and Japane

SCMAGLEV and Railway Park

The SCMAGLEV and Railway Park in Nagoya displays the sleek new Maglev Shinkansen and its train simulators are popular with children.

Nagoya City Museum

Nagoya City Museum: read a guide to Nagoya City Museum which presents the history and culture of the Nagoya area as well as puts on special exhibitions from around the world.

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Toyota Kaikan Museum & Toyota Plant Tour

Toyota Kaikan Museum: read a guide to Toyota Kaikan Museum in Toyota city which showcases the company's products and is the starting point for a tour of the car plant.

Futaba Museum Former House of Sadayakko Kawakami

The Futaba Museum, the two-story house of actress Sadayakko Kawakami and industrialist Momosuke Fukuzawa, is the highlight of Nagoya's Cultural Path.

Bunka-Den at Atsuta Jingu Nagoya

Bunka-Den, Atsuta Jingu, Nagoya 文化殿 The Bunka-den treasure storehouse museum is located within the grounds of Atsuta Shrine in Nagoya.

Gero Onsen Onsen Museum

The Onsen Museum is an interesting break from enjoying the hot springs in Gero.

Nagoya Boston Museum of Fine Arts

The Nagoya Boston Museum of Fine Arts is the sister museum of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston (MFA).

Electricity Museum, Fushimi, Nagoya

Electricity Museum Nagoya

Electricity Museum Nagoya in Fushimi is an educational and fun visit for parents with young children. It has dioramas and hands-on equipment on electricity.

IdcN International Design Center Nagoya

IdcN Design Museum Nagoya

IdcN International Design Center Nagoya: Located in the Nadya Park building in Sakae, the International Design Center Nagoya (IdcN) showcases modern design from the early 20th century to the presen