#3 Sakae Sta.8min&Nagoya Dome6min&Nagoya Sta.12min


Intero alloggio: unità in affitto - Host: Seiko

  1. 6 ospiti
  2. 1 camera da letto
  3. 2 letti
  4. 1 bagno
Casa intera
Appartamento: sarà a tua completa disposizione.
Self check-in
Esegui autonomamente il check-in usando la cassetta di sicurezza.
Questo servizio è molto richiesto dagli ospiti
Host con ottime valutazioni
Seiko ha ricevuto valutazioni con 5 stelle dal 92% degli ospiti recenti.
My apt. is 2min walking distance to Kurokawa Sta. where the Meijo Line goes through. It is very easy to go everywhere by the loop subway line.
-6min to Nagoya Dome: the start of NAGOYA MARATHON
-8min to SAKAE: enjoy shopping, visit the NAGOYA TV TOWER and take a ferris wheel
-12min to NAGOYA STA.
-Also you can walk to the NAGOYA CASTLE on foot, approx. 15min
The neighbourhood is vivid with 24/7 convenience stores&supermarkets. I guarantee you will be definitely satisfied with your stay here.

Lo spazio
My apartment is newly renovated, equipped with necessities of life. There are two rooms with 2 semi-double beds & 2 floor mattresses(Futon). After a one-day trip, enjoy the hot & strong shower and then watch TV. You surely feel comfortable as if you are at home.

The nearest station nearby my apartment is KUROKAWA STATION.
It takes 2min to walk there.
From Chubu Centrair International Airport
Access: Take the train Meitetsu- Limited Express from airport to KANAYAMA STATION. Transfer to the subway Meijo Line and take the subway to KUROKAWA STATION.
Time: approx. 37 minutes.
Fare: JPY 1,410.
Last Meitetsu- Limited Express: 23:31
Last Meijo Line: 23:55
From Nagoya Station
Access: Take the subway Sakuradori Line from NAGOYA STATION to HISAYAODORI STATION. Transfer to the subway Meijo Line. Take the subway to KUROKAWA STATION.
Time: approx. 12 minutes.
Fare: JPY 240
Last Bus: 23:51
Last Train: 00:04

Dove dormirai

Camera da letto
2 letti a una piazza e mezza
2 letti bassi

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名古屋市, 愛知県, Giappone

Host: Seiko

  1. Membro da: novembre 2017
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Thank you for visiting my listing. My name is Seiko. I am a housewife taking care of my families: a husband, two kids and one puppy. Because I am curious about different cultures I used to travel a lot. So I know what a journey is excited and entertaining. On the other hand I also know what a journey is nervous and worrying. However don’t worry anything while you are travelling in Japan. Even if you don’t speak Japanese, please feel free to ask any question. My place is equipped with necessities such as an air conditioner, a refrigerator, a microwave oven, an electric kettle, a washing machine, kitchen utensil and tableware. So please make yourself at home. I will try my best to help you while you are travelling in Japan and make you satisfied. I also let you know many nice places, beautiful natures, interesting cultures and etc. I hope you will understand my country more and make a lot of nice memories.
Thank you for visiting my listing. My name is Seiko. I am a housewife taking care of my families: a husband, two kids and one puppy. Because I am curious about different cultures I…

Durante il tuo soggiorno

I will do my best to show you generous hospitality and support your trip in NAGOYA, JAPAN.
Things to Do in NAGOYA
NAGOYA plays an important role in history. Three spots are highly recommended to explore: NAOGYA CASTLE, ATSUTA JINGU & INUYAMA CASTLE.

History: TOKUGAWA IEYASU, who won the battle of SEKIGAHARA, decided to build NAGOYA CASTLE. The construction of the castle began in 1610 and mostly finished by 1612. TOKUGAWA IEYASU’s ninth son, YOSHINAO, became the first lord of Owari Province and lived in the castle. After that, the castle flourished as the home castle of the Owari TOKUGAWA FAMILY which is the most important of the three TOKUGAWA FAMILIES. Even after the Meiji Restoration (1868), NAGOYA CASTLE was beautiful and was used temporarily as a palace for the Emperor. It became the first castle to be designated a national treasure in 1930. However, in 1945 during WWII, the main castle tower and HOMMARU PALACE were destroyed by the air strike. The NAGOYA people asked for the main castle tower, the symbol of NAGOYA, to be rebuilt. At last, it was rebuilt in 1959.
Access: take the subway Meijo Line to Shiyakusho Station. ( time: 3 min)
Things to see:
-HOMMARU PALACE: It was constructed by TOKUGAWA IEYASU in 1615 to be used as the residence and government offices of the first lord of Owari Province. Both the palace and the main castle towel were designated as national treasures in 1930, and it was a well-known example of masterpiece architecture. It burnt down, however, in 1945 during WWII. The palace is restored from 2009 and the first section of the palace (the entrance hall and the main hall) opened to the public on May 29, 2013, Completion of the entire palace is planned for 2018.
-KINSHACHI: Shachi is an imaginary animal. It is said that Shachi is able to summon water to prevent fire. It is on the top of the NAGOYA CASTLE and shows the power and money the TOKUGAWA FAMILY had.
-STONE WALL: TOKUGAWA IEYASU ordered 20 Daimyo lords to build the stone wall. The Daimyo lords distinguished the stones of their property and left the carved seals on the stones. That’s why you can see various carved seals on the STONE WALL.

History: Atsuta Jingu was originally founded about 1900 years ago, when the sacred sword Kusanagi-no-tsurugi, one of the Imperial symbols, was enshrined. Because Atsuta Jingu is highly respected by people, it ranks second next to the Great Shrine of Ise.
Access: take the subway Meijo Line to Jingu-Nishi Station. (time: 17 min)
Things to see:
-NOBUNAGA-BEI WALL: Atsuta Jingu is where Oda Nobunaga prayed for victory during the Battle of Okehazama. After his victory, he donated a high-roofed mud wall, called the Nobunaga-Bei, to the shrine.
The Bunka-den treasure storehouse museum is also known as the Atsuta Jingu Museum. The Bunka-den is a modern ferro-concrete building constructed in 1966. It has over 4,000 pieces in store of which a small number are on revolving display, changed every month.

One of four national treasure castles in Japan, located on the south side of the KISO River.
History: INUYAMA CASTLE was constructed by NOBUYASU ODA, uncle of NOBUNAGA ODA, in 1537. It was at the very border of OWARI (present AICHI pref.) and MINO (present GIFU pref.). It is also a very important base in wartime, so that its owner was changed many times by every war.
In the battle of KOMAKI/NAGAKUTE, TOYOTOMI HIDEYOSHI was based at this castle with 120,000 soldiers, and fought the only battle against TOKUKGAWA IEYASU in his lifetime.
In the EDO ERA (1603-1868), the chief retainer of OWARI NARUSE MASANARI owned this castle.
In the MEIJI revolution in 1868, AICHI prefecture retook the castle from the NARUSE FAMILY.
But in the NOUBI earthquake in 1891, INUYAMA CASTLE was half destroyed and the NARUSE FAMILY regained it with the condition of restoring the castle. After that, the castle has been the only privately owned in Japan until the NARUSES transferred its property right to a judicial foundation in 2004.
Access: take the subway Meijo Line to HEIANDORI STATION and transfer to the subway Kami-Lida Line. Take the subway to INUYAMA STATION. (time: 35 min)
I will do my best to show you generous hospitality and support your trip in NAGOYA, JAPAN.
Things to Do in NAGOYA

Seiko è un Superhost

I Superhost sono host con esperienza e valutazioni molto alte, che si impegnano al massimo per fornire soggiorni straordinari ai loro ospiti.
  • Numero di registrazione: Legge sulle attività commerciali di hotel e locande | 名古屋市保健所 | 第14号の6
  • Lingue: 中文 (简体), English, 日本語
  • Tasso di risposta: 100%
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