Nagoya, Japan travel tips

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Japanese love when you try to speak their language, so even learning a few phrases can save the day!

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Need some relaxing time? F?-no-yu is the perfect place to forget the crazy rush that is Japan!

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Mercura Nagoya Cypress is a four star hotel with all the benefits of such an establishment. Call or book online as they get full quite often.

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If you are looking for a mid-range hotel just look up The B Nagoya, they offer great service for a bargain!

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Looking for a place to sleep? You can find cheap rooms at Ryokan Meiryu. Call or book online.

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A Japanese phrasebook can save lives as most locals do not speak English.

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Taxis in Nagoya are relatively cheap, and while some drivers may drive a bit crazy, they are friendly and polite They don't always speak English, so writing your destination on a piece of paper in Japanese helps!

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Flights to Japan may not be cheap, but the closest airport to Nagoya is the Chubu Centrair International Airport.

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The JR SCMAGLEC & Railway Park is a must for every train enthusiast.

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The Noritake Garden was once a factory, but now serves the public as a garden. Must visit if in need of some serenity.

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Look out for falling objects in case of a minor earthquake!

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If you feel like clubbing do not worry, Japanese people do know how to party. Start off in the nearest bar and then head to Radix.

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Be sure to ask around at your hotel for the local pubs and bars. If they come up empty just ask about “Shooters”.

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Feeling hungry? Ask around for Misen as they have an amazing selection.

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Eating out in Japan shouldn't necessarily be expensive as there are countless options to choose from. If you are on a budget, look up Ebisuya.

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Japanese love to sing and karaoke places are everywhere. It is a must!

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Always keep an eye on your belongings! Japan is one of the safest places on Earth, but things do get lost once in a while!

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Spring in any Japanese city is magnificent, but Nagoya is especially beautiful experience, so make sure you bring your best camera.

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"Good morning" is "ohay? gozaimasu", or "ohay?" in informal situations.

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Tipping is no customary in Japan, in fact, do not tip ever!

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