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  • Lian Lian

    Make and Cook Homemade Udon near Nagoya

    Make and Cook Homemade Udon near Nagoya The timing control of the class is perfect! We all enjoyed the class and the udon is very tasty just with simple ingredients!😋

  • Alicia Alicia

    See a traditional tea-serving robot & latest robots, Nagoya

    See a traditional tea-serving robot & latest robots, Nagoya Playing with the tradional tea serving doll was a lot of fun, and it was very cool to then fast forward to meet a social robot with the latest technology. Hiroshi is a fantastic host - very knowledgable and passionate!

  • Emmeline Emmeline

  • Beng Huan Beng Huan

    Take a day trip from Nagoya to Inuyama and see unique sites!

    Take a day trip from Nagoya to Inuyama and see unique sites! Yoshi-san is a retired gentleman who takes this tour-guide business seriously - he does his homework and comes prepared with his folder of flyers and information. We went the day walking through various sites in Inuyama, and I'd recommend the side trip to the Tagata shrine for an eye-opener to a uniquely Japanese cultural perspective. Save Meiji-mura for a separate day on its own.

  • Beng Huan Beng Huan

    Explore the samurai legacy of Nagoya with a private guide

    Explore the samurai legacy of Nagoya with a private 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.