Nagoya in GoPro

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Once upon a time, I want to try take photos only by GoPro.

Nagoya to me is first time to visit.

Everyone says it is the center of Central Japan. There are many restaurants and shops inside the station.

inside nagoya station
inside nagoya station

Here is called Boston Museum.

nagoya boston museum
nagoya boston museum

Noritake is the most famous porcelain brand in Japan and even around the World.

Noritake garden is rebuilt based on the origin factory of Noritake.

noritake garden
noritake garden
noritake old factory
noritake old factory

Nagoya station area is full of office buildings.

nagoya station area
nagoya station area

Noh is the traditional Japanese drama. As a foreigner I can’t understand what actors saying and acting.

nagoya noh theatre
nagoya noh theatre
symbol of nagoya castle
symbol of nagoya castle
nagoya castle
nagoya castle
city view from nagoya castle
city view from nagoya castle

Kato Kiyomasa is the designer of Nagoya castle and was in charge of building this castle.

Kato Kiyomasa statue
Kato Kiyomasa statue

There is a mystery about Imperial Regalia of Japan. We also know Three Sacred Treasures of Japan: the sword Kusanagi, the mirror Yata no Kagami and the jewel Yasakani no Magatama.

Although every Japanese knows this mystery and they believe in it, nobody has seen these things.

The mystery says the sword is kept in Atsuta Shrine.

atsuta shrine
atsuta shrine

It was a dark night, and I saw many people standing around fire.

They were casting sword. I thought it as a ceremony but I didn’t confirm that.

casting sword
casting sword

I will find out why next time.

casting sword 2
casting sword 2

At Nagoya station, I tried Eki-Ben (station bento).

bento bought in nagoya station
bento bought in nagoya station
bento bought in nagoya station 2
bento bought in nagoya station 2

Nagoya is a business city but there are also interesting spots if you have patience and determination.

 

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