Flights to Nagoya
Experience the Wonders of Nagoya
The fourth most populated area in Japan with over 2.24 million residents, Nagoya remains one of the country's most prominent cities and has continued to grow in reputation since being rebuilt after World War II. Home to a series of neck-craning skyscrapers and marvellous modern architecture, this busy Japanese city is modern in appearance but rich in cultural history. As one of the biggest and most advanced centres for manufacturing in the entire world, Nagoya has a reputation for having two eyes set firmly on the future, but there is plenty of evidence to suggest it remains equally keen to hold on to Japanese traditions despite an insatiable hunger for progression.
Things to do in Nagoya
Nagoya is a city that personifies Japan's overall ideology as a nation: progressive, but always harbouring strong respect for tradition. With museums aplenty, restaurants galore and a series of reconstructed buildings to feast your eyes upon, this is an area of Asia that has a little bit of everything.
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Events in Nagoya
Nagoya plays host to a dazzling array of cultural events every single year - some lavish, some loud, and others just plain intriguing. Listed below are four of the very best events that you really should consider attending when you visit this Japanese city.
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From the United Kingdom you have the options to fly from London, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Manchester to Nagoya.
Flights to Nagoya
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