Nagoya Flights GuideNagoya is located between Osaka and Tokyo and home to Japan's busiest port. Visit Nagoya Castle and gardens to learn about the city's history. Atsuta-Jingu Shrine is Nagoya's oldest landmark with trees over 1000 years old. Toyota has two museums in Nagoya dedicated to automobiles while Tokugawaen Garden and Shirotori Garden are great for relaxing. Shoppers can enjoy browsing the stores at Osu Shopping District.
Flights from the Nagoya Airport are available to get to local destinations including Akita, Kochi, Yamagata, and Nagasaki. Tokyo is connected to Nagoya by train arriving in about 2 to 3 hours while Osaka is under an hour away by train from Nagoya. Busses also run between Tokyo and Nagoya while ferries connect Nagoya to Sendai and Tomakomai.
Nagoya's humid subtropical climate brings cool winters and hot summers with the wet season falling in the summer. Note that the summer wet season commonly brings monsoons. Visiting Nagoya in the fall and spring season will allow travelers to avoid the the hot, humid weather summer brings. The wet season also falls during the summer with a lot of rainfall during the months of June and July. The low season brings fewer tourists and lower travel costs during the autumn and spring making this an ideal time to travel and see the sights of Nagoya.
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