・Nagoya Museum of Administration: A neo-baroque brick building that looks like a castle, featuring beautiful stained glass and a central staircase. This building was used as a court until 1979. Today it is an exhibition of Nagoya City's history.
・Cultural Path Shumokukan: Tour around the residence built around 1926. At first glance, it looks like a beautiful Western building with stained glass, etc, There is also a Japanese style house, a storehouse, a tea room, and a Japanese garden.
・Toyoda Sasuke House: This building was built by Toyota Sasuke, the younger brother of the Toyota Car Group. The main building is a western-building with a Japanese-building connected to the back. See the latest trends of a businessman that can be seen here and there.
・Cultural Path Futaba Museum: A luxurious Japanese-Western building on a large site was where celebrities at the time gathered. Yuya Kawakami, the world's first Japanese actress. lived here. There is also an artwork drawn by Picasso displayed.
・Shirakabe Cafe Hanagoyami: A coffee shop where you can try Nagoya's specialty morning set (comes with a rice set when a drink is ordered), a Japanese lunch menu, and a sweet Japanese parfait. Let's take a break here!
・A museum that exhibits great treasured tools possessed by Nagoya Castle and Owari Tokugawa family. Over 10,000 national treasures and important cultural properties are stored. Items include swords used by warriors in the war, tea ceremony and Noh goods. This is a valuable place where you admire as many Japanese cultures as you want!
・Tokugawa-en: It is a garden capturing the best attractions of a Japanese garden, plenty to see! Feel the beauty of Japan portrayed through the mountains and seas. There is also the opportunity to feed the beautiful colored salmon.