TOYOTA ITINERARY

3 Days in TOYOTA Itinerary.

This is a sample itinerary for 2-3 nights staying at the closest accommodation to the stadium. Why not go sightseeing around the neighboring area while staying a while before and after the match?

Day 1

Hotel in Toyota
Walking
Toyotashi Station
Bus
Korankei Bus Stop
Walking

Asuke Hachimangu

Korankei, the autumn leaves, Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
The site of Asuke Hachimangu Shrine, which is situated at the border of Shizuoka and Aichi, has been used since the Temmu Period and has long been believed to house the God-Protector of feet, journeys, and transportation. After praying for the safety of your trip in Asuke Hachimangu Shrine, please enjoy the wilderness at Korankei. This valley, which is said to have four thousand maples, is known as one of the leading autumn colour spots in Japan. It has such a magnificent view that the beautiful plants reflect on the river, and you can enjoy spending time by the river. After enjoying the nature, please go to Sanshu Asuke Yashiki, a living folk museum. It is here that the traditional Japanese farmhouse life is actually reproduced by craftsmen using folk tools. Please visit here because it is a valuable facility that makes people living in the mountain area of Showa Period feel lively.
Walking
Korankei Bus Stop
Bus
Toyotashi Station
Walking

Toyota Municipal Museum of Art

Designed in 1995 by architect Yoshio Taniguchi, the Toyota Municipal Museum of Art, which was once designed on the high ground where Shichishujo Castle was located, is an art museum that mainly houses ambitious and unique contemporary art work. Due to its appeal, it attracts fans both inside and outside the prefecture, and collaboration between contemporary art and Taniguchi architecture allows visitors to feel as though they are in a different world away from their everyday lives. Moreover, it is also a high-profile museum. The Takahashi Setsuro Art Museum of Azumino seals work of famous authors with lacquer arts. Even those who are unfamiliar with contemporary art in Japan should make a visit to this wonderful building, awesome artistic encounters are awaiting. If you came to Toyota, you should definitely visit this museum!
Walking
Hotel in Toyota

Day 2

Hotel in Toyota
Walking
Toyotashi Station
Nagoya Railroad
CHiryu Station
Nagoya Railroad
Meitetsu-Nagoya Station
Walking
Nagoya Sightseeing Bus ''Me~guru''

Nagoya

To fully enjoy Nagoya, it is best to use the Nagoya Sightseeing Bus ''Me~guru''! Nagoya is the most cosmopolitan city in Japan after Tokyo and Osaka, but the highlight of this particular tour is the historic sightseeing of Nagoya City. The tour introduces the history of Japan as well as the history of the Sengoku Period. Nagoya Castle, which is also designated as a Special Historic Site of the country, is counted among the three best Japanese castles, along with Osaka Castle and Kumamoto Castle. The golden dolphins, or kinshachi on the castle tower are said to be the symbol of Nagoya. On the tour you can also see the Owari Tokugawa Edo mansion, and the Tokugawa Art Museum, which is adjacent to the Tokugawaen Garden, where the famous daimyo garden with a pond in the centre is located. Please enjoy the history feeling of this tour in Nagoya, which became the stepping-stones of the Tokugawa family’s prosperity.
Nagoya Sightseeing Bus ''Me~guru''
Nagoya Station
Nagoya Rinkai Rapid Transit
Kinjo-Futo Station
Walking

SCMAGLEV and Railway Park

After experiencing a bit of the feudal times, how about visiting the SCMAGLEV and Railway Park while dreaming of the Linear Motor Car that forms the future of Nagoya? Among the Gokaido Roads (five highways) that have helped to developed Japan, "Tokaido" is a special one. Still functioning as a base line that connects the core of Japan, the centre of which is now the Shinkansen, and it is said that the Linear Motor Car will take over in the future. In this museum, 39 real vehicles are displayed, from the conventional line to the future SCMaglev, with attention centered on the Tokaido Shinkansen. It is a precious place where you can feel the old days, the present, and the future of the Japanese railway at once. Please feel free to see how the unequaled Japanese railroad culture has been achieved.
Walking
Kinjo-Futo Station
Nagoya Rinkai Rapid Transit
Nagoya Station
Walking
Hotel in Nagoya

Day 3

Hotel in Nagoya
Walking
Meitetsu-Nagoya Station
Nagoya Railroad
Jingu-mae Station
Walking

Atsuta Shrine

Astute shrine, Aichi prefecture, Japan.
Atsuta-no-Ookami, the enshrined deity of Atsuta Shrine in Nagoya City, is a unique part of Japanese culture worth learning about. The sacred sword Kusanagi-no-tsurugi, one of the three sacred treasures that symbolize the Imperial throne, is the enshrined deity and represents Amaterasu-Oomikami who is the father of Japan. It is a venerable Shinto shrine which houses the enshrined "Five Great Gods of Atsuta", all of whom are mythological and connected with the sacred sword. This shrine is considered to be a high-class shrine next to Ise Shrine, and is located in the center of Nagoya but has a vast site of about 290,000 square metres. The area is crowded with worshipers from all over the country during the New Year's visit and at the Atsuta Festival in summer, but offers a power spot in the city that brings silence away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The forest is home to trees that have been growing for over 1,000 years, and offers peace and relaxation just from walking through the shrine grounds.
Walking
Jingu-mae Station
Nagoya Railroad
Meitetsu-Nagoya Station
Nagoya Railroad
Inuyama Station
Walking

Inuyama Castle

Inuyama Castle, built by Mr. Oda who exercised power in the Azuchi-Momoyama Period is famous as the castle with the oldest Japanese wooden tower in existence, and it is also one of 12 existing castle temples built during the Edo Period. Inuyama Castle is also one of only five castles whose main keeps have been designated as National Treasures. The scenery from the top of the main keeps is wonderful and you can see the surrounding castle town and the Kiso River. Visit Inuyama Castle, a spot that witnessed the living style of the famous Sengoku warriors, a group of warriors who survived the war to seek peace, and to learn about the hearts of the samurai who tried to bring about a peaceful Japan.
Walking
Inuyama Station
Taxi

Museum Meijimura

The Museum Meijimura was built as an open-air museum in Inuyama City with the objective of collecting historical materials from the Meiji Period and contributing to the improvement of social culture. It is a themed area with a concept to revitalize the Meiji Period, and it is very valuable as a place where the cityscape is left intact. The Imperial Hotel and the former Mie Prefectural Office have been relocated. It is also possible to ride on the streetcars from Kyoto and the steam locomotives. Please stroll in this city of Japan reminiscent of the Meiji Period, which encountered Western culture and then rapidly grew!
Taxi
Inuyama Station
Nagoya Railroad
Meitetsu-Nagoya Station

MAP/ACCESS

ACCESS

To Sapporo
By Plane
  • Tokyo - 1.5 h ~
  • Osaka - 2 h ~
By Train
HOW TO GET THERE
To Kamaishi,
Iwate
By Plane
  • Osaka - 1 h 20 mins ~
By Train
  • Tokyo - 4 h 30 mins ~
HOW TO GET THERE
To Kumagaya,
Saitama
By Plane
By Train
  • Tokyo - 40 mins ~
  • Osaka - 3 h 10 mins ~
HOW TO GET THERE
To Tokyo
By Plane
  • Osaka - 1 h 10 mins ~
By Train
  • Osaka - 2.5 h ~
HOW TO GET THERE
To Yokohama
By Plane
By Train
  • Tokyo - 18 mins ~
  • Osaka - 2 h ~
HOW TO GET THERE
To Shizuoka
By Plane
By Train
  • Tokyo - 1 h ~
  • Osaka - 2 h ~
HOW TO GET THERE
To Toyota,
Aichi
By Plane
By Train
  • Tokyo - 3 h ~
  • Osaka - 1 h 50 mins ~
HOW TO GET THERE
To Osaka
By Plane
  • Tokyo - 1 h 10 mins ~
By Train
  • Tokyo - 2.5 h ~
HOW TO GET THERE
To Kobe
By Plane
  • Tokyo - 1 h 15 mins ~
By Train
  • Tokyo - 2 h 40 mins ~
  • Osaka - 12 mins ~
HOW TO GET THERE
To Fukuoka
By Plane
  • Tokyo - 1 h 35 mins ~
  • Osaka - 1 h 10 mins ~
By Train
  • Tokyo - 4 h 50 mins ~
  • Osaka - 2.5 h ~
HOW TO GET THERE
To Kumamoto
By Plane
  • Tokyo - 1 h 40 mins ~
  • Osaka - 1 h 10 mins ~
By Train
  • Osaka - 3 h ~
HOW TO GET THERE
To Oita
By Plane
  • Tokyo - 1.5 h ~
  • Osaka - 55 mins ~
By Train
  • Osaka - 3.5 h ~
HOW TO GET THERE

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