Explore the samurai legacy of Nagoya with a private guide

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In this one-day walking tour you will explore the highlights of Nagoya city and discover the rich historical legacy of the samurai era. You will visit Nagoya Castle, Osu Kannon Temple, as well as the modern Sakae area!

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  • Visit the best highlights of Nagoya city in a private guided tour
  • Discover the legacy of Japan's three famous samurai warlords at Nagoya Castle
  • Stroll the quaint Osu Shopping District and see the splendid Osu Kannon Temple
  • Taste Nagoya's delicacies at Sakae area's Oasis 21
  • Get introduced to traditional and pop-culture places in Nagoya

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Nagoya Station's Tourism Information Office (inside the large corridor connecting the two main exits of the station)

Important Information

Please select a starting time for this tour when you book.
Wearing comfortable walking shoes is strongly recommended.

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Tourism Designers
  • 日本語 (Fluent)
  • English (Fluent)

Hi! We are "Tourism Designers" from Nagoya. Our mission is to create a social bridge between people and culture, enriching the hearts and minds of everyone.

We aim to develop unique experience programs utilizing the charm of Japan, local cultural resources and people to provide the best hospitality and experiences for foreign tourists.

We do our best to develop and introduce new cultural aspects and people, we design once-in-a-lifetime encounters between people and culture.

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Review (1)

  • Beng Huan Beng Huan

    Average tour with an English-speaking guide

    The itinerary was fairly typical at the key sites but some aspects of the tour may not appeal to all. The little detour to the arcade for some photo-booth fun was interesting but may not appeal to the older traveller. Mayuko-san is an energetic guide who speaks English fairly well but on our trip, she was fairly busy typing away on her phone on many an occasion - some may find this unprofessional, but if you consider it as a day trip with a friend, you probably won't mind so much. The day pass on the subway is a great little bonus and is helpful for local travel for the rest of the day on the subway lines (where your JR pass is moot). On the whole it was alright and I'd recommend it to anyone who'd like an English speaking local guide to show you around.