Naka Attractions

Top Things to Do in Naka, Japan

Things to Do in Naka


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Top Attractions in Naka

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  • pattmort
    Sydney, Australia6 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Spectacular even on a winters day without the greenery, the temple on the grounds just demonstrates the outstanding skill and craftsmanship of Japanese skills at Hommaru Palace.. unfortunately the actual palace building was not open to view, but breathtaking from the outside.
    Written 8 February 2024
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  • Phil D
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates24 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We went there as part of a tour, it was interesting for me as I am an Engineer but not so much for my wife, it would be great for kids.
    Written 7 November 2019
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  • Erico2709
    Singapore, Singapore2,397 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Very similar to other sheltered shopping streets around Japan. What is unique is that quite a few 2nd hand or vintage shops spread around this area. There is also quite a bit of Taiwan eateries located here as well.
    Written 23 February 2024
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  • James B
    Adelaide, Australia25 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    this place is extremely beautiful and an amazing Recreation of the Original Castle Residence it was very hot the day we went but it still is very beautiful
    it was difficult Navigating around being 6ft8 you also have to take you're shoes off so bring Slippers
    Written 19 October 2023
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  • けいともじふ
    Nagoya, Japan5 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    One of the icons of Nagoya city. The tower resembles the Eiffel Tower in Paris. It is no surprise considering the fact that Nagoya is a sister city of Paris. It is not very tall but gives you a pretty good view over Nagoya city. In the nights, it shines in various colors and allows you to take beautiful pictures with the background of Sakae downtown.
    Written 21 February 2024
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  • ChloeTay
    Singapore, Singapore142 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We stayed in Sakae for 3 nights. There are 3 underground shopping streets that are connected by Sakae subway. Two major shopping malls are close by as well. Oasis21 is just 10 mins walk from our hotel. There are many restaurants in Sakae.
    Written 7 November 2019
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  • Zfy Ed
    Singapore, Singapore8,631 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This is a nice and big temple dedicated to Guanyin within the busy and bustling Osu shopping street! If you are in the area, you will not miss this place.

    The temple is nice and is opened to the public and visitors can walk freely around. And what is interesting is that people will just buy the bread/biscuit crumps to feel the birds (pigeons I supposed) that are resting on the roof. They would then fly down in a swarm to eat and then fly up and flock together circling in the air for a while before taking rests at the rooftop.

    Entering the premise can let one to have some peace of mind from the noises outside, especially from the road and shopping street. For us, its consider cultural visit since we are not into the religion but find the temple building nice, filled with ancient feeling!
    Written 1 January 2024
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  • Zfy Ed
    Singapore, Singapore8,631 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Located just next to the Science Museum, this is a rather small museum about arts. But it has a modern hype and trendy design.

    We were visiting the science museum, but it was closed (as it's Monday) and so we decided to come by for a visit but it was closed too! Most of the signages were in Japanese though. Admission fee was 700yen, considering very reasonable.

    We walked around the place and quite like it because it's layout is straightforward and ergonomical!
    Written 12 January 2023
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  • Rob S
    89 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Trough Google and Lonely Plant I got the impression the park contains an orchid collection. Well it doesn't there are a few plants and an orchid shop. Not worth the visit for this reason for the rest it is a nice green space in the middle of too much concrete.
    Written 14 September 2019
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  • LastMinuteLarry
    340 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Without being ungrateful this is just a tree lined avenue, not that common in Japan nor that interesting for a western visitor. If in the area it's worth walking down here, just to make a change from all the concrete skyscrapers etc. Don't make a special visit!
    Written 29 June 2015
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  • Zfy Ed
    Singapore, Singapore8,631 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    We were supposed to visit the science museum and art museum but both were closed (i.e. Monday) and so we decided to take a short walk in the park.

    The park is big and nice and during our walk, we saw many children, probably from the kintergarden nearby, visiting the park, running around with their teachers. There were also housewives and locals chit-chatting and reading their newspapers and books. Would say it's more for local to take a break from the hectic and busy life to enjoy some peace and tranquility.

    And there's public washrooms there, very clean and well-maintained.

    Unless you are visiting the museums and enroute to come here, it's not a popular place for foreign visitors to visit.
    Written 12 January 2023
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