Visit the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology, built in celebration of Toyota founder Kiichiro Toyota’s 100th birthday, detailing the history of the company. Proceed to Nagoya Castle, the symbol of Nagoya and originally built in 1612 by Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu. From its observation deck on the top floor, you can get both a sweeping view of the city and go through the many exhibits about life in feudal Japan.
1:00 p.m.
Gather at the second floor lobby of Nagoya Marriot Associa Hotel. Visit the following by bus and on foot
Nagoya Castle (80 min)
Visit a castle completely rebuilt after burning down during WWII. The interior has been reformed into a seven story detailed exhibition space presenting history through displays of art, armor, weapons, dioramas, and more.
Toyota Commemorative Museum (60 min)
Step into the world of Toyota with two distinct sides - textile and automotive, both filled with captivating yet educational displays and various forms of interactive content.
5:00 - 5:40 p.m.
Arrive at hotel. Tour concludes upon arrival.

Tour Information

1:00pm - 5:40pm.
Departure Dates
Jan 7th - Feb 25th & Dec 2nd - Dec 16th: Tuesdays & Saturdays
Mar 4th - Nov 29th: Tuesdays, Thurdays and Saturdays
Jan14th, Apr29th, May 2nd, 6th, Jul 22nd, Sep 16th, Oct 14th, Nov 4th, 25th.)
No meals included.
Pick-up service
Not available.
Drop-off service
Not available.
English-speaking guide service is included.
Required when reserving
Please mention the place of stay before and after the tour, including the name of the owner if staying at an individual's gouse.
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1. The tour will use public transportation. In some cases, taxis may be used.
2. If the Toyota Museum is closed, you will visit Noritake no Mori, Koushoji Temple, Atsuta Jingu Shrine, or the Tokugawa Art Museum instead.
3. Please note that the order of the sites to be visited is subject to change due to operational reasons.
4. This is a walking tour, so please wear suitable shoes and clothing.
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