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Nagoya City route with sightseeing places that are free of charge

In the Nagoya area, historically various industries have developed and thrived. Nagoya is full of industrial tourist sites including valuable buildings and company museums. Here we introduce tourist sites that you can enjoy free of charge in central Nagoya.

NEX Plaza Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology Noritake Craft Center The Tokugawa Art Museum Tokugawaen Japanese garden the Cultural Path Area Nagoya City Science Museum Former residence of Tetsujiro Haruta, Former residence of Sasuke Toyoda The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Money Museum Nagoya City Archives Nagoya Ceramics Hall Electricity Museum
  • No entry fee The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Money Museum
  • No entry fee Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • No entry fee Former residence of Tetsujiro Haruta, Former residence of Sasuke Toyoda
  • No entry fee Nagoya City Archives
  • No entry fee Electricity Museum
  • No entry fee NEX Plaza
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"The Cultural Path Area" is an area that has many valuable historical buildings representing the modernization of Nagoya. Nagoya Ceramics Hall; the former residence of Sasuke Toyoda, the younger brother of inventor Toyoda Sakichi; and the Nagoya City Archives were all built in the Taisho era (1912-1926). Numerous other historical buildings can be seen in the surrounding area and have become part of the town's landscape. With Nagoya Sightseeing Route Bus ME-GURU, you can efficiently take a tour of major tourist sites such as the Cultural Path Area, the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology, Noritake Garden, Tokugawaen Japanese garden, and the Tokugawa Art Museum.

Extend your tour to surrounding industrial tourist sites
Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology
Presentation of industrial/technological transition in the textile machinery and automotive industries

Admission fees
Adult: 500 yen, Junior/senior high student: 300 yen, Elementary student: 200 yen

Noritake Craft Center
Exhibiting the ceramic manufacturing process and vintage Noritake products

Admission fees
Adult: 500 yen, Senior high student: 300 yen, Free of charge for junior high students, children and Aged 65 and over.

The Tokugawa Art Museum
Exhibition of daimyo’s possessions (warrior collection, tea utensils, Noh items), legacy of the Owari Tokugawa Family

Admission fees
Adult: 1,200 yen, University/senior high student: 700 yen, Elementary/junior high student: 500 yen

Nagoya City Science Museum
Learn all about science by observing, touching, and enjoying!

Admission fees
‹Planetarium and exhibitions› Adult: 800 yen, University/Senior high student: 500 yen, Free of charge for junior high students and children
‹Exhibitions only› Adult: 400 yen, University/Senior high student: 200 yen, Free of charge for junior high students and children

* The information on this website is as of June 2012. Please contact each facility for detailed information.