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accessible info  :  Nagoya Metro  /  Shinkansen  /  JR  /  Hotel

  Nagoya castle     
Wheelchair accessible. Most part of the castle was burned during World War Second. But it was reconstructed in 1959. Wheelchair users use two lifts: the one outside the castle and the other inside the castle. But both of the lifts do not reach the top floor of the castle.
http://www.nagoyajo.city.nagoya.jp
   

  JR Nagoya station     
One of the largest terminal stations in Japan. It is served by the following railway lines: Tokaido Shinkansen, JR local lines, Nagoya Metro, Kintetsu and Meitetsu. The station complex is wheelchair accessible. Many shops, restaurants and offices are located within the station building. And department stores and hotels are located next to the station. Wheelchair users can enter and move around those buildings.

  Sakae     
Nagoya's downtown district. Many bars, restaurants, shops, department stores, offices, and hotels. Nagoya TV tower is the landmark of the district and the 100 meter wide roads are very famous. Tourists enjoy Nagoya local food: chicken wings, Hitsumabushi (grilled eel on rice), and miso pork cutlets. Sakae is busy day and night. 
  

  Osu     
The district of young fashion, underground culture, modern art, and street food. A multicultural atmosphere pervades in the big shopping arcade. Enjoy local street shopping. Osu Kannon Temple is located near Osu Kannon Station. The main temple has only stairs. But other parts of Osu area are totally wheelchair accessible. So wheelchair users move around the district without difficulty.
http://osu.co.jp/

  Toyota industry museum 
Toyota company is based in Nagoya. Officially this museum is called " Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology ". Located just 1 km north of JR Nagoya station 25 min walk. Originally Toyota company start to make textile machine and innovate automobile. We can study Toyota group company great success history and how to make automobile here.
http://www.tcmit.org/english/ 

  Toyota automobile museum     
The museum exhibits about 120 vehicles from around the world. You can learn the history of cars at the exhibition. Fully wheelchair accessible. It is located 1 hour from Nagoya Station by railroad and on foot. The train and Metro stations are wheelchair accessible. Almost all Metro stations in Nagoya are wheelchair accessible.
http://www.toyota.co.jp/Museum/

  Nabana no Sato    
One of Nagashima resort facilities located 30 min by car from Nagoya central. Amusement park, Spa resort, Outlet mall and hotels open nearby. Nabana no Sato is famous for flowers, specially in winter illumination. The park is quite wheelchair friendly.
http://www.nagashima-onsen.co.jp/nabana/
 

  Gozaisho ropeway    
80 min drive from Nagoya central. Wheelchair accessible ropeway goes to the top of Gozaisho mountain. Many walking trails in top but many are not wheelchair accessible of course. Fowers in spring, cool weather in summer, red leaves in autumn, snow in winter. Enjoy nice view. 
http://www.gozaisho.co.jp/