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Nagoya: Private and Personalized Eat Like a Local Tour

1. Nagoya: Private and Personalized Eat Like a Local Tour

Food, glorious food! Find out why the food culture in Nagoya has gone from small-town sensation to a source of pride in the city with a local expert foodie. Visit a neighborhood of your choice and try 6-8 dishes chosen especially for you by your private host. Benefit from a flexible itinerary you can change on the go as this is your adventure. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. In Nagoya, ancient history collides with modern innovation, and this can be tasted in its cuisine, with modern twists being spun on dishes dating back to ancient times. With your host, eat your way through Nagoya and sample Nagoya meshi, the locals' name for the city's food. The options are endless. Let your host show you how to eat hitsumabushi (grilled eel on rice) like the locals or munch on a bowl of miso nikomi (udon-style noodles served in a rich miso broth) at an underground mall. Nibble on snacks at one of the many izakaya (informal Japanese pubs) around Nagoya station and don't leave without trying the city’s famous chicken wings! Just save space for ramen because Nagoya has developed its own spicier version called Taiwan ramen. Slurp down the ramen noodles — it's good manners, promise. Take in the sights along the way, and stroll through Hisaya-Odori Park as you work up an appetite for round 2. Perhaps you want to drink sake in historic yokocho (alleyways) near Nagoya Castle? Or indulge your sweet tooth with some of the best cheesecake in town right outside Osu’s entrance? The choice is yours. At the end of your tour, get recommendations from your host about other dishes to eat and the best places to find them.

Japan: SIM Card with Unlimited Data for 8, 16, or 31 Days

2. Japan: SIM Card with Unlimited Data for 8, 16, or 31 Days

Being connected to the internet is of great importance in Japan, especially for foreigners. You can use it to navigate the sometimes confusing public transport system, to translate unknown words, and to simply stay connected with your friends and family. With these convenient SIM cards, you can immediately get an internet connection.  This SIM card has high-speed internet access (4G LTE) and no data limitation. It is available for a duration of either 8, 16, or 31 days. It works on the Docomo network, Japan’s biggest network provider. The SIM card connection covers 99% of Japan. It can be adjusted to fit as a nano, micro, or normal SIM card. 

Nagoya: Full-Day Tour of Nagoya Castle and Toyota Museum

3. Nagoya: Full-Day Tour of Nagoya Castle and Toyota Museum

Visit Nagoya Castle and Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology with a professional guide on this full-day tour. Take the subway to Nagoya Castle. Spend approximately 90-minutes exploring Nagoya Castle and see the famous Kinashachi, which are golden roof ornaments, and the Hommaru Palace. After your tour of Nagoya Castle, spend approximately 1-hour exploring or enjoying lunch at Nagoya Castle. Take a taxi from Nagoya Castle to the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology. Here you’ll have the chance to see live demonstrations, the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology exhibition, and listen to informative commentary. After spending approximately 90-minutes at the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology, you’ll take a taxi back to Nagoya JR station where the tour will finish.

Nagoya: Private Full-Day City Tour

4. Nagoya: Private Full-Day City Tour

See the golden ornamented roofs of Nagoya Castle and the modern bustle of Sakae's downtown area in one day on this walking tour. Learn about the history of this fascinating city. Meet your tour guide at Nagoya Station's Tourism Information Center for your subway ride to Nagoya Castle. Explore its masterful Japanese Medieval architecture and see the unique scroll paintings in the main palace. Take the subway to the heart of Nagoya in the downtown area of Sakae. Visit the futuristic-looking Oasis 21 and discover plenty of restaurants and shops to browse. Check out the Nagoya TV tower. Hop on a train and go to the OSU shopping district. Stroll among green tea shops, pachinko parlors, and maid cafes. Pay a visit to Osu Kannon Temple at the end of this covered arcade.

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4.3 / 5

based on 6 reviews

Really useful for traveling round Japan and looking up information on the go. I was traveling by myself so I felt safer knowing I was connected in case I needed help or got lost. Also easy to set up and good customer service - they can send it straight to your hotel.

Definitely worth it and also absolutely necessary because some don't speak English or often look through maps themselves for where and how they're going