I only got to Nagoya Port to visit the Aquarium. However, it is a nice place to walk around and view the ocean.
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It was crazy crazy crowded! Definitely not an event for children unless you wait until the crowd leaves. If not be prepared to fight your way to the train!! Definitely won't do that again.
The place is super crowded in summer if there is fireworks event happening, so it is better to go earlier to safe your spot.
We went here on an early Sunday morning. It was quite deserted albeit the occasional jogger and or traveller around. Twas quite windy here seeing as it's a port and I had the misfortune of getting my lens cracked when i was taking a photo...More
Cannot help but feel the port pales in comparison to Kobe Port. Nice attractions there include the aquarium and ice breaker ship. Enjoyed our walk around though before we spent most of our time at the aquarium.
Nagoya Port is a redeveloped waterfront area featuring some great attractions, many which feature outstanding architecture. One can access here via the Meiko line and last stop at Nagoyako sta. There are three main attraction here, the Port Building - museum (light house), the Fuji...More
We managed to pass by during the day. We were delighted with the ground tour operator Shin Toa Travel services, from our arrival till departure. Our group of 3 coaches were well organised, all our guides very professional, helpful, efficient & most of all very...More
the nagoya aquarium is good, a very good dolphin show. At the time there was no killer whale show just training, same as the Beluga whales.
There are three main attraction here, the Port Building and the museum (like a light house) and the Fuji Icebreaker, the ship Japan used to explore the Antarctic Ocean from the 1960s to the 1980s and the museum (there are 3 entrance with only 1...More