Daydreaming in Japan

Nagoya, Gifu-shi

I really wanted to visit Japan, especially in Nagoya. This list are tourist spots within and nearby the city of Nagoya, Japan. (Photo belongs to their rightful owners, I’m just a mere daydreamer wanting to visit Japan~!)

  • Historical
  • Religiously Significant
  • Budget
  • Architectural Admirations
  • Religious
  • Museum
  • Young Family
  • Solo Trip

Updated 5 months ago

Nagoya Castle


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I’ve always loved historical places, this is why the Nagoya Castle is first on the list.

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The Tokugawa Art Museum

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The Tokugawa Art Museum & Tokugawa Garden is said to possess over an exhibit of 12,000 items composing of ceramics, paintings, masks, and also furnitures. This is second on the list because I’ve always been an artistic person— so seeing historical items preserved is an opportunity for me to explore the events, lore, and art in the past.

  • +81 52 935 6262
  • 1017 Tokugawachō, Higashi Ward, Nagoya, Aichi 461-0023, Japan

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Legoland Japan Resort

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I never knew that there’s a Legoland in Japan! This really fulfilled my childhood dreams because it was mentioned that there are large-scale lego models all over the parks, which keeps me intrigued! It’s like indulging yourself with the modern lego universe.

  • +81 50 5840 0505
  • LEGOLAND Japan Limited, 2-2-1 Kinjoufutou, 2丁目 金城ふ頭 港区 名古屋市 愛知県 455-8605, Japan

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Gujo Hachiman Castle

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The Gujo Hachiman is a castle town located near Nagoya, Japan. It is said that there are small waterways located near the area which offers picturesque and photographic scenes. Hopefully I get to witness this!

  • +81 575 67 1819
  • Japan, 〒501-4214 Gifu, Gujo, Hachimanchō Yanagimachi, 一の平 659

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Inuyama Castle

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This castle is so beautiful. There are so many tourist destinations in Japan, but I really wanted to visit castles so I can immerse myself with the culture.

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