Cars, Looms, and Robots at the Toyota Museum

When we think of Japan and industry, one of the first images that comes to mind is that of a clean and efficient robot assembly line. We love to think of Japan as a heavily modernized country that has been producing things like this for many years, but this was not always the case. Visitors…

Visit Historic Nagoya Castle!

When traveling through Japan, it’s a common method to take the Shinkansen train west of Tokyo and visit major cities like Kyoto and Hiroshima. One of the largest Japanese cities, Nagoya, lies between Kyoto and Tokyo. This historical city was once one of the most important cities in Japan, as it served as a waypoint…

Explore the Temples and Shrines of the Ueno Fusion District

Japan is full of rich, historic culture as well as it is a vision of the future. If you are someone who can’t wait to see both sides of Japanese culture you can see both sides in a full day just by walking around a particular area. Ueno, rightly known as the fusion district harmoniously…
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A Toufa Specialty Cafe in Japan: THE CUPS SAKAE in Nagoya

THE CUPS is an extremely popular cafe chain in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. THE CUPS currently has four locations: Fushimi, Sakae, Meieki, and Harbor Cafe. With the success of the first Fushimi location, which opened in June 2015, due to its Insta-worthy appearance and delicious hand-dripped coffee, THE CUPS was able to spread to the three…

30 Affordable and Stylish Hotels in Nagoya For a Fabulous Stay in 2019!

Nagoya is located in Aichi Prefecture and is Japan’s fourth-largest metropolitan area. A friendly city brimming with things to do, Nagoya is a vibrant and beautiful town well worth a visit. The famous Nagoya Festival takes place every October, and the gorgeous Nagoya Castle is fun to visit to soak up Japanese history. The city…

Top 7 Spots you can visit in Nagoya

Nagoya is located in Aichi Prefecture, close to Gifu and easily accessible from Chubu Centrair International Airport. Although in many ways it is a great city with lots of sights and things to do, some might argue that unlike large cities such as Tokyo or Osaka, Nagoya is not very popular for shopping as the…

3 Unique Japanese Cafes That You Should Check Out When in Nagoya

Japan’s coffee culture is quite widespread, particularly in Nagoya where the popular chain cafe, Komeda, originated. It is also a fact that Nagoyans are known to love their ogura toast (butter, margarine or cream, and sweet red bean paste on toast) in the mornings or for an afternoon snack with coffee, and that they like…

Looking for an Affordable Stay at One of the Eight 5-Star Airports in the World?

Among Japan’s most popular cities frequented by tourists are Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto. But aside from these areas, did you know that there is another city at the center of the main island of Japan that boasts wonderful people, delicious local food such as hitsumabushi and miso-katsu, and great sightseeing spots such as Nagoya Castle…

Top 5 Places to Check Out In and Around Nagoya University

Nagoya University is one of the seven national universities in Japan and is very famous for its rich legacy, various Nobel Laureates, and research-intensive courses. The campus is huge and is spread in different parts of Nagoya City. It houses various restaurants, cafes, and museums that can be any tourist’s delight. Here are the top…