An exciting 2.5-hour excursion

Historic Townscape Street Food Walking Tour

Many things to see in the historical town nearby the hotel

***Renewed and restarted in March 2024***

Let’s explore some of the oldest parts of Nagoya! We will visit Shinto shrines and walk the historic Shikemichi street, learn about the art of brewing tea, and discover the secrets of Endoji, Nagoya’s oldest shopping arcade while snacking on delicious street food.

▶Time: 11:00 – 13:30
Advance reservation is required (48 hours before the tour)

▶Meeting point: Subway “Kokusai Center“(International Center)Station, Exit No.2
6 minutes’s walk from the hotel

▶Price(incl. tax): 9,900 yen/person

▶Tour capacity: 2 to 6 people

▶Languages: English, German, Spanish

Tour Operator & Inquiry

Nagoya is not boring (Nanobo, Inc.)
TEL: (+81)-080-7856-4840
Contact: Elly (Photo Center left) / Lena (Center right)


Tour Highlights

Sengen Shrine

After meeting point, the tour heads to a shinto shrine with 300+ years of history. It means a entry of Shikemichi, an old township.
You can learn the history of the shrine and the town, and also a proper way of praying as all Japanese do.


This is a commercial district built in the 18th century (Edo Period, 300 years ago).
The guide explains the origin, features of buildings and the street, and other hidden stories.
*Designted historic townscape in preservation district of Nagoya City.

Japanese Tea Experience

"Cha-novative" Café & Store

Mirume Shin-ryoku Sabou is located on the corner of Shikemichi and Endoji Street.
The cafe introduces you on how to make a best taste of Japanese tea, offering with a hand-made wagashi (Japanese sweet)

Endoji Street

Endoji Street is the one of the oldest shopping arcade in Nagoya.
You can see local cafe, snacks (you can enjoy them while walking), bars, shops, galleries, …and more things!

Nikko Style Nagoya

5-20-13 Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya City
Aichi Prefecture 450-0002

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