353-5 Sunayama-cho Naka-ku, Hamamatsu, JP, 430-0926
- Phone: (81) 53 450 6111
- Fax: (81) 53 450 6112
Design City is one of the nicknames Nagoya has assumed for itself; a moniker not too implausible considering all the industry concentrated in the area. That does not mean, however, that this multifaceted facility focuses on the more mundane aspects of design. With a multiple-purpose hall, gallery, library, and a museum with a permanent exhibit, all with state-of-the-art multimedia facilities, this center covers every conceivable aspect of the creativity of the human mind. Regular exhibitions, international seminars and events are also held here.
Aitakyo taxi service offers short and long distance transportation to its passengers. Their service includes pick ups and drops, and they also offer discounts to the elderly and the physically challenged individuals. The charges are according to distance, freight weight. The drivers employed are courteous, but only a few of them can communicate in English.
One of three dedicated professional photo labs in Nagoya, Horiuchi is a branch of a Tokyo-based company. Offering quality processing and custom printing, they are slightly more expensive than neighborhood developers. They also take a little more time, except for processing professional transparency films, which they do within two hours. Located near the Hilton and Kanko Hotels, Horiuchi is convenient for international visitors.
The little known city of Nagoya is well nestled in the Aichi Prefecture of Japan and is one of the major ports in the country. Besides the scenic locations, there is the famed Nagoya Castle which was restored in 1959 and now accommodates elevators too. This castle has been immortalized in two Godzilla movies, namely King Kong v/s Godzilla and Godzilla v/s Mothra. Art enthusiasts will enjoy touring the Tokugawa Art Museum or even Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art. If tired of sightseeing, head to one of the numerous restaurants for some time out!
Whether you are going to be in town for a couple of days or a couple of years, make this your first outing in Nagoya. The Nagoya International Center provides information in a host of languages and gives advice on everything from shopping and dining to visas, employment, and even hiking. The NIC subscribes to newspapers and magazines from around the world, so take advantage of its library, which is open to the public.
Fuji Taxi offers a range of services including coupons, discount for senior citizens, lifetime offers etc. They also offer vans for moving disabled and bed ridden people. Customer safety and punctuality is their priority. The vehicles are clean and comfortable, and your every need will be catered to.
Port Messe Nagoya enjoys a prime location, easily accessible by land, sea and air. With a wide area of 34,000 meter square of area, this exhibition hall is suitable for any event. It has always played to be a hub to various events including business conferences, international trade fairs and many more. Its flexibility offering varied services is noteworthy. Visit the website for schedule and booking details.
Located east of Nagoya, the city of Toyota is the birthplace of the world-famous Toyota Motor Corporation. This city attracts the maximum tourists during the annual Naked Festival where men dressed in loins drink sake and parade through muddy fields, and try to climb up long poles.