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Midland Square, Nagoya

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Marvel at impressive views of Nagoya, both in daylight and after dark, at Midland Square, the tallest skyscraper in Nagoya and the fifth tallest in Japan. The building boasts the highest open-air observation deck in the country, "Sky Promenade," on its 47th floor. Officially named the Toyota-Mainichi building, this structure, erected in a busy downtown district, features a shopping center with 60 brand-name stores selling luxury goods. You can also admire the latest models of Toyota vehicles, as well as vintage models, displayed in the spacious interior. Double-floored elevators propel you to the top floor in only 40 seconds, or you can get off at the 41st floor to grab a meal at one of restaurants. Add Midland Square to your Nagoya travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Nagoya tour planner.
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  • Car showroom. So you can try here, car navigation systems, car air conditioning available as is and is not able to ride dealers in trial operation.
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  • Someone here a certain automobile manufacturer. Coming to Aichi, heard so many bad publicity. Mixer elated company employees walk with a swagger in shoulder style in this building every day to remember (lol) but you some especially popular in Aichi Prefecture are staying unmarried women as such. Oops swerve talk and write more than this. Well here is in the vicinity of Nagoya Station relatively early capital of Tokyo restaurants (it is a fashionable area of Tokyo) contains many, that exudes a sense of luxury. Also I think is ensconced the cinema than foreign brands, stub consisting of 5% off well linked to each business is popular lost Oita JR gate. Landlord tenant change so little as not enough effort is made w
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  • High rise luxury restaurants, high-end stores, office buildings, Observatory consisting of Lexus showroom buildings. I think many tenant shops grocery shop at upscale and sophisticated shops. As you shop in Marunouchi area of Tokyo. Overlooks the Nagoya Observatory is recommended, but the fear of heights who was spicy and...
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  • This place is the fanciest place to shop in Nagoya but is crazy expensive. If you can actually afford it, this place is a really cool area to check out. They have several shops that are unique to the area and have staff that are willing to help if you have the money to shop.
  • An awesome neighbourhood which is teeming with tall buildings. A square at the commercial area and the hubbub of Nagoya. Can be busy and overcrowded.
  • Fantastic place. Expensive stores. Restaurants are good. Movie theater was great. All around nice place and near Nagoya station which is convenient.
  • Kinda awesome place for many things. Food, shopping, tickets, etc.
  • Upscale and posh. Slightly more genteel than the surrounding malls, and a good place for some more tranquil moments.

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The central district, just south from the castle and its gardens, houses the bulk of accommodations in Nagoya. You'll find a good range of standard hotels, with onsite restaurants, simple rooms, and perhaps a pool in this area. Look slightly to the west, or closer to the castle,to find more luxurious accommodations. Across the surrounding residential areas, take a look close to the metro stations to find some of the most conveniently located, but budget-friendly hostels and guesthouses.
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