Aichi Goodwill Guides Network (AGGN) has approximately 170 volunteers who can serve as sightseeing guides of this area or as interpreters in various meetings.
Nagoya Castle Regular Guided Tour
(No reservations required)
Nagoya Castle is, no doubt, one of the most popular touristic spot in Nagoya.
The castle had been originally built between 1610 and 12 but unfortunatelly destroyed during the last world war.
The main Castle tower was reconstructed in 1959, and the Palace, the very beauty of the castle also lost by the war, was identically restored in 2018 after 10 years-long work.
This palace is a masterpiece of traditinal Japanese construction so called Shoin. Mimics of the authentic paintings and the decorations will breath-takingly attract you.
The castle is surrounded by seasonal flowers such as Sakura that can attract you throughtout a year. We will be at your disposal wherever / whenever needed you taking pictures.
every day, start. 1:00~1:15-3:00 p.m. (No reservations required less than 5 participants)
A-1 Nagoya Castle, the symbol of the cityThe tour is available every day, 1:00-3:00 p.m. Unless there is a particular notice (No reservations required).
The cancellation will be posted at Main and East Gate of Nagoya Castle on the day.
Recommended Private Tours
(Reservations required)
Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology (TCMIT)
Tokugawa Art Museum & Tokugawaen
Shirotori Garden
The AGGN office coordinates the volunteer interpreter-guide activities by our regular members.
Each member has been guiding a lot of guests to main sightseeing spots in this area, such as Nagoya Castle, Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology, Atsuta Shinto Shrine, Osu, and Arimatsu. Activities
Please contact the Aichi Goodwill Guide Network Secretariat at least two weeks before the guide event date to apply for a guide request or make a reservation for participation. How to request
Contact Addresses
Phone+81-561-75-6977(PM on Tuesday and Friday)
chairpersonKumi Sato
OfficeReiko Matsukawa
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