Guided Half-day Tour(PM) to Nagoya Castle and Modern Technology at SCMAGLEV

-Explore Ancient Techniques at Nagoya Castle and Modern Technology at SCMAGLEV.

This tour focuses on technique and technology from ancient to modern. At the Honmaru Palace in Nagoya Castle, you’ll be amazed by how present engineers and craftsmen reproduced one of the most beautiful and powerful architectural structures at the time with their authentic technique and material. The fact that the craftsmanship has been passed by generation to generation can be discovered at the SCMAGLEV and Railway Park. You’ll see the passage of how Japanese railways have been developed from steam locomotives to regular trains, and from shinkansen (bullet trains) to MAGLEV (magnetic speed trains).
* Duration: 5 hours
* Starts: Nagoya, Japan
* Trip Category: Cultural & Theme Tours >> Cultural Tours




-Explore Ancient Techniques at Nagoya Castle and Modern Technology at SCMAGLEV.

This tour focuses on technique and technology from ancient to modern. At the Honmaru Palace in Nagoya Castle, you’ll be amazed by how present engineers and craftsmen reproduced one of the most beautiful and powerful architectural structures at the time with their authentic technique and material. The fact that the craftsmanship has been passed by generation to generation can be discovered at the SCMAGLEV and Railway Park. You’ll see the passage of how Japanese railways have been developed from steam locomotives to regular trains, and from shinkansen (bullet trains) to MAGLEV (magnetic speed trains).

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Stop At: Nagoya Castle, 1-1 Honmaru, Naka, Nagoya 460-0031 Aichi Prefecture

Honmaru Palace at the castle was built by one of the famous Shogun, Tokugawa Ieyasu in the beginning of 17th Century, Japan.

Stop At: SCMAGLEV and Railway Park, 3-2-2, Kinjofuto, Minato-ku, Nagoya 455-0848 Aichi Prefecture

You will see not only the amount of current trains but you will also be impressed by the passions of the technical experts that made our country famous for accurate and high speed Shinkansen (bullet trains). Finally, you will learn how the MAGLEV (magnetic train) will be operated that will start running between Tokyo and Nagoya soon in 2027.