Toyoko Inn Nagoya-eki Sakura-doriguchi Honkan

3-16-1 Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya, Aichi, Chubu, 450-0002 , Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nagoya

Day 16: Nara. Rain, and so many damn deers

A travel blog entry by apat


Dear Nara Park Curators,

In addition to selling deer biscuits at the entry to the deer park, can you please also provide tasers for those who don't appreciate being headbutted by numerous deer as they attempt to elicit food.



As you can probably notice, I'm not the worlds biggest deer fan. …

Day 15: Superheated trains & Steve Tyler in Nagoya

A travel blog entry by apat


Woke up very early this morning. I guess we're all getting a little bit over novelty of sleeping on the floor. As nice as the ryokan was, it is still a thin mattress on a hard floor, with a pillow which is soft on one side, and ******* the other (one side of the pillows are soft, and one side are traditional "bean" pillows which are like laying on …

From Driven to Distraction

A travel blog entry by howieb


Although it is one of Japan's international gateways, with few major cultural relics and heavily bombed during WWII Nagoya is something of a touristic also-ran. But fine arts, crafts and classic architecture are not everything. Technology counts too, and Nagoya is home to some important technological history, most notably that of Toyota. Toyota …

The Trip Home

A travel blog entry by davemyers


... that come to occupy these gates are the big ones and need lots of space. So between each gate is a "people mover" type of motorized walkway so that passengers can move more quickly from gate to gate. (It's basically an escalator without steps."). The warning sign tells you to be careful and has a pictorial warning that says "Do not allow child to play on walkway." The humorous thing to us was that the children pictured were blond and blue-eyed. Our guess is that ...

Maid in Japan

A travel blog entry by davemyers


As the 13+ hour flight from Detroit closed in on Japan, I watched our progress on the flight tracking program on the screen in front of me. We followed the arc of the Kuril Islands - site of the launch of the Japanese fleet that attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941. We flew near Sapporo on the northern island - site of the Winter Olympic Games back in the 1970's. Then over Fukushima Prefecture which gave its name to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear ...


This hotel, located in the Nagoya Station area of Nagoya, is near Nagoya Castle, Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology, Nagoya City Science Museum, and Nagoya Tower.
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