Full of outdoor picture spots, Nagoya can be found in-between Tokyo and Osaka. The city has the fourth population in Japan and the capital of Aichi Prefecture, Nagoya is almost at the center of Japan.
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Top 5 Popular Photo Spots in Nagoya
1. Nagoya Castle
In front of Nagoya Castle — Photo by Studio 8
Kimono-clad couple in Nagoya — Photo by Nagoya Weddings
Though the castle has been a symbol of Nagoya for around 400 years, the current castle that stands in Nagoya today is actually a reconstruction and was built in 1959. The beautiful architecture of the castle matches perfectly with a kimono look!
2. The Four Seasons Road at Yamazaki River
The sakura will usually blossom around April — Photo by PURE ARTIS
With more than 500 trees of cherry blossoms, the Four Seasons Road at Yamazaki River is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike. The trees stretch about 2.5km and is considered one of the best places in Japan for seeing the cherry blossoms.
3. Shirotori Garden
Couple in Japanese garden in Nagoya — Photo by PURE ARTIS
This Japanese garden is known as one of the biggest in Nagoya measuring at about 3.7 hectares. With a mix of traditional and modern, there are both architectural styles that can be found in the garden. So if you're looking for a traditional tea room or fashionable restaurant, you will find them both here!
4. City Streets
Walking around the Oasis 21 in Nagoya — Photo by Nagoya Weddings
Through the streets of Nagoya — Photo by PURE ARTIS
Somewhere in Nagoya — Photo by namograph
Wandering the streets of Japan can be an adventure in itself. From modern and fashionable streets to alleyways that seem to have been paused in time, we highly recommend exploring them. The different structures make for unique and special photos!
5. Meiji-mura Museum
A photo stopped in time — Photo by SEWAKI OFFICE
The Meiji period (1868-1912) was a time in Japan where the country was just stepping out of isolation and into the modern Japan we see today. The Meiji-Mura museum is filled with historical buildings that have either been reconstructed or moved to the open-air museum. With unique architecture, many couples love taking vintage photos in the museum.
How did you get up there?! — Photo by Studio 8