Nagoya is one of wealthiest cities in Japan and its commercial power display everywhere, from amazing modern architecture to glitzy department stores. Nagoya has excellent transport links and is the perfect base for exploring central Japan and situated halfway between the massive metropolises of Tokyo and Osaka. Nagoya is an important centre for manufacturing and industry. The city hosts the annual World Cosplay Summit which attracts fans of manga and anime from all over the world.
The most distant from the station building is Oasis 21 another name for his Spaceship Aqua (Spacecraft water). The building was built in 2002 includes a bus terminal, small shops, catering establishments and the Pokemon Center.
The building is easily distinguished three levels on the floor, roof and at the center. The lowest of them is named “Milky Way”, which is a large free area. In one of its sides have several sculptures like clocks, dinosaurs, and fish. On the occasion of various events, a platform can be a concert hall.
A little side tables are suitable for which you can read or eat.
Walking up the stairs connecting levels and escalators can be reached by bus or landing pads on the roof.
The roof is transparent, and on it is an oval pool with running water, decorated with “islands” of rounded stones.
Next to the adjacent Oasis 21 Nagoya TV Tower, although not related to modern architecture, but which is the dominant architecture. The tower was built in 1954, the height of 180 meters.
The next building a science museum, designed in the form of a giant ball placed between the sides of rectangular holders. Inside the ball is a planetarium equipped with a 35-meter projection dome.
Near the entrance to the museum installed a different technology, including building a space rocket Mitsubishi H-2B, launched in the year 2010, secretly made their way into the Japanese launch site.
The ferris wheel, it was too fond of the Japanese build them into the building shopping centers, with planting directly from one of the floors. It would be like would have looked in Novosibirsk which the thread “Tape” or “Mega”, topped by a metal in such a flower.
The third observation about the homeless. Homeless people in Japan, and many homeless people in Japan love, or at least do not hurt. While living in houses made of garbage along the banks of rivers, city parks, or just in a cardboard box, they are not subject to attack police officers. Sleeping on cardboard bum in an underground shopping passage phenomenon is quite common. By the same bums make useful functions, such as collecting and sorting garbage in the streets.
The Helix building, the most amazing thing is that this is not an office building and shopping center. Here are the universities, in particular the design and fashion. A similar building in the form of a glass cocoon is located in Tokyo and it is well-located schools. And just in Nagoya branch, but as a 170-meter spiral.
The other side of town government buildings located quarter of which the most unusual appearance differed seat of government of the prefecture. It’s like TV tower, not modern architecture, but a mixture of Japanese and European styles rather remarkable.
Nagoya Castle, or rather a copy of the concrete, so as the original burned down in the crucible of the Pacific War.
The closer to the train station, the higher become the building, reaching a climax with a pair of 245-meter round tower, owned by the largest railway company in the country.
In the urban undergrowth sheltered cozy small temples, sculptures and eatery.