An enormous underground shopping complex that spreads across Sakae.
With a wide range of stores, guests can enjoy shopping and dining.
Also connected to Oasis 21, Sunshine Sakae, and other well-known establishments.
【Access】An approximately one minute walk from the hotel
A castle famous for its golden dolphins.
The rebuilt castle tower has an observation deck and a historical archive.
The Honmaru Palace is still being restored, although a part of it is now open to the public, including magnificent fusuma paintings that are certainly worth seeing.
【Access】Approximately five minutes by subway and on foot from the hotel
The shrine that enshrines the Kusanagi Sword, which is one of the three Imperial Regalia of Japan.
After the Ise Shrine, the Atsuta Shrine is one of the most revered in Japan.
Its Treasure Hall exhibits over 6,000 valuable treasures.
【Access】Approximately 22 minutes by subway and on foot from the hotel
One of the three biggest Kannon temples in Japan, the temple contains a great number of writings that have been designated national treasures.
Nearby is the Osu Shopping District lined with a wide variety of shops.
The atmosphere created by the hodgepodge of shops adds to its charm.
【Access】Approximately 15 minutes by subway and on foot from the hotel
Located in Hisaya Odori Park in the central Sakae district of Nagoya, the Nagoya TV Tower is the oldest centralized radio signal tower in Japan, built in 1954.
In 2005, it became the first tower in Japan to be designated a Registered Tangible Cultural Property. It was renovated and reopened to the public on April 26, 2012.
Next to the tower is Oasis 21, a complex combining commercial and public facilities, including a bus terminal.
【Access】An approximately four minute walk from the hotel
3-16-8 Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, 450-0002