Nagoya is an interesting city. It’s not as bright and shiny as Tokyo, nor does feel as comfy and lived-in as Aomori.
Nagoya is definitely urban, but it also has a unique character of its own– a strange mixture of monuments of the past and structures from the future.
Some of Nagoya’s sights are fascinating and mysterious, while others are born of whimsy and playfulness.
Nagoya’s streets run long and straight, stretching out into the distance beyond the horizon.
Every so often, you encounter a structure so shiny and modern that it feels positively out of place in Nagoya. It’s strange to see, but yet you cannot help but stare.
Nagoya’s style is difficult to define. It’s probably best just not to try and let Nagoya be what it is– itself.
- Arrival: Roast Pork & Udon
- Nagoya Station City
- Nagoya Underground
- Epic Mashup: Nagoya’s Miso Katsu
- Hands in the Air: Street Sculpture in Nagoya
- A Moment of Peace in the Park