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Parks and Gardens

Atsuta Shrine
One of the three major shrines in Japan along with Ise and Meiji. Atsuta Shrine houses the Kusanagi (grass-mowing) Sword, one of the three Sacred Treasures of the Imperial Family. Numerous annual traditional festivals and special religious ceremonies are held here. The Nohgakuden (Noh drama theater) on the grounds of the shrine stages Japanese Noh dramas and other traditional performing arts nearly every weekend.
Opening Hours: 9:00~16:30 closed last wednesday of month.
Tel: 052-671-4151


Nagoya -jo
The symbol of Nagoya. Surrounded by acres of beautiful parkland, including a small teahouse in a traditional Japanese garden, it is the first stop for most visitors to the city. The castle was first built in 1612 by Tokugawa Ieyasu, characterized by two golden 'shachi' (dolphins) adorning the roof. After burning down in World War II, the castle was rebuilt by the city in 1959 and now serves as a museum of artifacts from the Edo period. Spring is particularly beautiful when the 2000 cherry blossom trees on the grounds are in bloom.

Opening Hours: 9:00 ~16:30 , closed Dec 29 - Jan 1
Tel: 052-231-1700


Inuyama -jo
This castle is the original structure of 450 years ago and is certainly worth visiting for a glimpse of the life of the samurai lord in medieval Japan. The sight of the white castle building rising above the Kiso river is strikingly beautiful, particularly at sunset.

Opening Hours: 9:00~17:00
Tel: 0568-61-1711


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