Nagoya Station Hotel

Address: 5-2 Tsubakicho, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya, Aichi, Chubu, 453-0015, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Nagoya Station area of Nagoya, is near Nagoya Castle, Nagoya City Science Museum, Nagoya Tower, and Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology.
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Travel Blogs from Nagoya

Day 7 in Japan (to Kyoto)

A travel blog entry by chrishiggins on Oct 13, 2015

in Nagoya at Tokyu Hotel, breakfast at Starbucks down road ham miyou cheese roll. checkout of hotel at 12pm 2taxis to Nagoya station 15000 yen each $15. Train ride to Kyoto About 35 mins. Taxi to San Crane Hotel 900 yen. 4pm to Gion area Dinner at Tullys coffee shop. 6pm cultural show at Gion corner, saw 3 real ...

Day 5 in Japan

A travel blog entry by chrishiggins on Oct 11, 2015

Leave Tokyu Hotel 8.10 am, Taxi to Nagoya Station. Train arrive 8:45am left exactly 9am. 50min train ride. To Nakataugawa Then 40 minutes bus ride to. Start 8.5km walk with 800m incline through town ... Best scenery ever. Pickup Small suitcase at info centre, then a bus at 4pm and ...

Day 4 in Japan (travel to Nagoya

A travel blog entry by chrishiggins on Oct 10, 2015

Load washing 100yen, $1' dryer 300yen 1.5hrs. Breakfast 8am, leave hotel 11:30, taxi to Shinjuku station, Train from Shinjuku to Tokyo Station, semi express stop at 4 stations out of 10. Leave Tokyo station 1:03 on shinkozan from Platform 17, 16 carriages we were on number 14, carriages 8,9'10 were green car first class. only took a bit over 2 hours, local train 2 stations, walk 2 blocks. Tokyu Hotel Quad ...

Tsumago to Magome

A travel blog entry by mikerosemarie on Oct 08, 2015

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... for 5.5 of the 8km hike. That said, the last 2.5km into Magome was a steep downhill so walking either way would have been challenging. The way we did it the climb was more gradual....still up hill though! The scenery was great and as we got closer we got to Magome we ran into a gentleman providing tea and refreshments to weary travellers. He didn't charge but there was a donation box for those able to do so. It was a great experience and we gladly donated. We were served ...

Nagoya and the Japanese Grand Prix

A travel blog entry by kayna on Sep 25, 2015

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... that, had reserved seats on the express trains to and from the Grand Prix on both Saturday and Sunday. Due to the popularity of the event almost all of the seats were already booked, so we had to settle with a 7am train on the morning of race day and seats on two different carriages on the last train back to Nagoya after the race, but we now knew that we had definite transport. We did not want to end up stuck in Nagoya on race day, as the Grand Prix went ahead without us.