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Nagoya Station 

[Nagoya TV Tower]

Unforgettably beautiful night views seen from Nagoya's hot spot

The symbol of Nagoya, standing tall, looking down over downtown Sakae. This nationally registered Tangible Cultural Property is Japan's first TV broadcasting tower and was completed in 1954 during the post-war recovery period. From the observatory deck, you can see the city spreading out over the plains and on as far as Mt. Ontake and Mt. Hakusan if the weather conditions are good. The tower also has an outdoor sky balcony, where you can feel the wind that blows 100 m above ground. The tower's splendid night view has been certified as a "Night View Inheritance of Japan" by a civil organization. A recommended spot for sightseeing in Nagoya at night.
Address Saki, Nishiki 3-6-15, Naka Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi
Phone +81-52-971-8546 (Japanese only)
Opening hours April to December: 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (Last admission at 9:40 p.m.)
January to March: 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (Last admission at 8:40 p.m.)
* Subject to change when events are held.
* Please check the website for details.
Holidays Closed twice a year for maintenance
Admission fee Adults 700 yen
High school students and university students, seniors (age 65 and over) 600 yen
Children (elementary school students and junior high school students) 300 yen
Infants Free
* Subject to change when events are held.
Access Take the Higashiyama Line of the Nagoya Municipal Subway from "Nagoya Station" of JR Tokaido Shinkansen for approx. 5 minutes, alight at "Sakae Station" and walk for approx. 3 minutes.
URL http://www.nagoya-tv-tower.co.jp/

updated on Sep 29, 2017

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