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A few stops away from the city at Jingu-Nishi station is a beautiful park. Immediately feel the peace as you stroll through the idyllic garden.
We had an extra morning a decided to come here. We are glad we came. Even my teenaged daughter thought...More
Like other parks for which you have to pay a fee, this garden is closed on Mondays. We returned the next day and the garden was as expected: elaborately landscaped, quite varied in themes and relaxing.
A must visit in Nagoya,
Beautiful gardens, with ponds, bridges, flowers, a bamboo grove, koi carp, tea house and restaurant. It’s very scenic and a lovely way to spend an hour/two hours. It is a little walk from the train station, and in the middle...More
We visited during strictly speaking the "off-season", when cherry blossoms were gone. Yet the Garden with its delightful design and moderate size makes it a very worthwhile place to visit for those who do not have too much time to spend but would like to...More
Shirotori is THE best Japanese garden in Nagoya. Listed in "Hidden Gardens of Japan" THE photo essay and reference for finding unspoiled gardens in Japan, available on Amazon US and Amazon Japan for true fans of Japanese gardens without the tour bus mobs.
We were lucky to go there on the night that the autumn illumination event is free!
They have an art exhibition in the garden and we could see that they put a lot of effort in getting the lighting for the art exhibits correctly.
One of the marvels of Japanese gardening in Aichi prefecture Japan. You can enjoy beautiful scenery drinking your green tea, coffee or having lunch in a nice restaurant with big windows and open spaces.
A favourite place for wedding ceremonies in Nagoya. If the weather...More
This place just exudes tranquility! A place to relax, read a book or just ponder.
You can feed the giant koi fishes with just Yen50. Kids below 14 are free while seniors get a discount!
A must visit in Nagoya to have an experience of...More