in this video I’m gonna show you guys my top 10 things to do in Nagoya so the funny thing about Nagoya is if you ever ask someone from Nagoya what did it do in Nagoya they’ll always say nothing but in this video I’m gonna prove them wrong for those of you who are coming here for the Rugby World Cup and don’t worry we’re gonna be visiting you at a stadium and I’m going to show you the around that area as well oh and before I start if you want to know what I’m doing the daily then definitely check out my Instagram account and if you wanna help support channel and check out the Tokyo merch alright without further ado pack up your Forks your knives your spoons and your chopsticks cuz we’re gonna go on an eating adventure oh yeah and bring some comfortable shoes since I’ll be taking you to my favorite spots as well so Nagoya is a third most populated urban area in Japan and it’s a capital of icy prefecture located in central Japan it also members Toyota city which is yes where the car manufacturer is located but we’ll get to that but this is the jr nagoya station and if you’re coming from say tokyo or one of the major cities are probably going to come on the Shinkansen and this is the station that you’re gonna arrive in so behind me you can see a clock tower and an escalator area this is kind of like the Time Square area here in Nagoya station and where a lot of people come to meet but also something to note if you’re trying to travel around Nagoya you can’t just travel around on the jr there is a subway system here that’s separate to the jr and that’ll get you to like more of an extended parts of Nagoya most likely you’ll be using them a Tetsu and subway lines mate it’s this gate is just underneath I may attach a department store and if you keep walking down to pase you’ll find another line Kintetsu but you will use it to get around the area to use subways that go down to the underground walkways and simply follow the signs number one miso katsu at Abbott oil so one of the most famous foods in Nagoya is miso katsu and this shop behind me yeah batana has some of the best miso katsu in all of Nagoya only run negotiation but the original shop is in the Apatow which is a few stations away from here in fact that’s where the shop got its name yeah with dawn tone at the end meeting pork and it’s on the ninth floor of the main Tatsuya Catan which is right above the major station in the building what’s also nice about this restaurant area is they have a bunch of Nagoya specialties here and some of the most famous restaurants they have this miso the economy you don’t which is kind of like a Musil hotpot and they also have this hitsumabushi restaurant which is kind of like an eel rice bowl also famous and Nagoya don’t worry we’re gonna cover all of it I want to take you to some different spots but if you don’t have time this is actually kind of like the best place to go because you can hit all three spots in one go anyway that all said let’s go inside miso katsu is a fried pork cutlet encrusted with panko breadcrumbs then dipped into a Nagoya special sweet miso sauce in fact Nagoya is well known for its a love of miso so it’s only natural that they created this miso infused fried sensation the sharp itself dates back to 1947 and has 25 stores throughout Japan I went to my go to the garage I said which means it comes with two pieces of katsu and two different sauces with shredded cabbage rice and miso soup all right I am so freakin excited to try this I’ve been waiting literally all morning to eat this the others whole culture and I love it because you can enjoy two different styles they freshly poured the ridge it can be so right in front of you is awesome and then this one here are like a vs. trier sauce that’s like a cutter sauce but this one is like the half-and-half and it would be complete unless you have there’s a yellow mustard and this is some ground that sesame going on there just to give it a little bit of a crunch and look after that loveliness I could just click on Bob and it’s me so click that bite oh wow that is a succulent piece of pork and also has like a nice and sweetness to it which I really like a really thin layer of bumper so it’s really quite thin it’s nice right yeah I tried this book now with Worcestershire sauce my mouth is literally watering I took a bite I felt like I was about to rule all over my place it’s that good and that was one of Michael’s favorite dishes in the go ahead and she’s from here so you know what’s good oh and don’t worry about Japanese they’ve also got a full English menu number two Oh sue Shelton guy just a 10-minute train ride from nagoya station Oh sue is the most popular show than guy AKA shopping street in nagoya it consists of nine different shortened guys have meshed together so you can spend the entire day here this spot originally started as an otaku electronic store paradise but then vintage clothing shops started to pop up now it’s a mixture of otaku hipster and food spots with a variety of international restaurants like brazilian vietnamese chinese and more all setting up shop in the recent years so this area could literally be my favorite place in all of Nagoya you ever been to Tokyo it’s kind of like a mix between Shimokitazawa I’m a yokel and just like the street area and the vibe it’s been recently like revitalized and keep seem like an influx of more shops been a lot younger a lot more hip and I just really enjoy the vibe and in fact it has a lot of thrift stores if you’re coming here and you want to do is I’m shopping you want to get some like old-school flavor then this is your spot I almost want to move here because it’s just so chill and who knows maybe I’ll become Paulo for Melissa I don’t know maybe not all right let me show you around and this way here is like a mini electronics store Evan we’ve got Mario and even Ultraman and if you’re looking for anime and manga related stuff they have month at okay just behind me and I think we just hit a Pokemon spot everyone here is playing Pokemon and there’s even a shrine at the end of the street number three your Nagi bocce Central Market located in the heart of Nagoya this 100 year old market is about 13,000 square meters and consists of 300 stores source from local harbors such as cheetah Peninsula Macao Bay and Issei Bay so you know the seafood is fresh so this place is like my mini skeezy in Nagoya since we are here doing dune time most of the shops already closed so if you come here in the morning then you’re gonna find a lot more than fish shops open so one thing that kind of separates it from Asia market there’s a lot less street food shops per se and you’ll find a lot of sit-down shops and one of the things I love the most is that you’re able to walk around and you can see what people are eating so you can kind of like see that the portion sizes you can actually see the dishware and some restaurants you can only see a menu which makes it super helpful to decide what you want to eat so one thing you’ll notice with a lot of these shops is that you won’t see a lot of tourists just a lot of locals here which is nice because you know that you’re getting local prices number for Nagoya castle have fun storming the castle who knows where that’s from anyway Nagoya castle was built in 1612 by Tokugawa no es su the castle was burned down during World War two and was later rebuilt in 1959 in fact the IT area itself played a key role in Japanese history three of the most important world owners were based in this area so were the castle of all castles in Japan in fact Nagoya castle was the first castle in Japan to be dedicated and national treasure it’s actually known for having the Sachi HoCo on top it’s kind of like a golden at tigerfish at the top of the roof also in Nagoya castle has a more floor space than any other castle in Japan unfortunately we can’t go inside of it today cuz it’s closed for another like four years apparently due to construction but you can go into the Hamato palace which is pretty dope let me show you inside home aru Goethe and Palace was under construction for 10 years until just last year it served as residents for Shogunate and is Fanta Lee decorated with gold covered walls and elegant japanese-style paintings and right by the castle there’s this place called in sha Chi yokocho and it has a lot of popular Nagoya restaurants so if you’re coming to the castle and you’re looking for a place to eat then this is not actually a bad place and so let me give you a list of all of the top spots in this area that you should definitely check out if you’re into doing gotta try the miso Neko me you don’t at Yamamoto yeah so home game they also have a hitsumabushi eel restaurant and of course the yeah baton shop that I showed you earlier so now I’m taking you to a 100 year old hitsumabushi eel restaurant luckily it’s only a three minute walk from Sakai a station but just a little warning you can’t make a reservation so expect to wait in line during peak hours or visit between lunch and dinner like me so one thing about this restaurant they have a fish pond just right outside this is an annoying specialty called hitsumabushi you can see them nice crisp tender in this not yet part it’s a cut and really really the thin strips it has smells it’s so good it’s taken our first bite that is amazing cannot go wrong with this cannot this one has a nice crunchy texture to issues you can see right there like how will it speed that is and the sauce itself that’s coated on the rice it’s a little bit sweet but not too sweet I just can’t get enough for the thing is there’s actually three ways to eat this so the first way to eat the dish is to simply eat it with rice and the second way is to add herbs green onions and wasabi all right let’s taste this onion wasabi paradise double damn that’s good and wasabi is another like flavor on top of that flavor that is amazing third way is to actually put some green tea in it or the other place before it and they have actually used kind of like a broth but on the bowl when you’re here they specialize in putting green tea that’s just like a completely different flavor that’s great where you know fellow I’m at Toyota’s Museum number six Toyota museum so if you’re into cars and I’ve gotta show you this place let’s go all right now let’s swing by Toyota which is about an hour away from Nagoya you’ve got a ticket to ride fun fact in the city Toyota is named after Toyota Motor Corporation which is also located here in fact I recently made a day in the life video at a trio – car repair shop so check that out if you haven’t seen it yet so this is the first car to implement a front engine and rear-wheel drive it was actually a race car and this one is steam-powered it’s like I just won the race the museum showcases about a hundred and forty cars from all over the world from different time periods including domestic and international manufacturers alike if you love cars this place will get your motor running look it’s a closed car motorsport put that thing in the sport it’s good good one thing to note there is another tomato museum in Nagoya but that one is more about the history of the Toyota company itself if you’re like me and just want to see some dope cars this is a spot in 2009 and they only sold a 512 live number seven Toyota Stadium so you were to say them is about a 15-minute walk away from Toyota station so if you come to watch a game you might want to consider a car unless you’re drinking or don’t mind the walk in which case don’t drive so we’re here in beautiful Toyota Stadium now if you’re looking to catch a soccer match or what the rest of the world says a football match you can watch the Toyota grandpa’s which is the local football club they’re kind of funny the sounds like grandpa’s like my grandma and grandpa why would they named it grandmas anyways you can watch them here or if you’re coming here for the Rugby World Cup this is also what are you gonna be viewing it but there’s actually one little secret spot that I wanted to show you that’s worth taking note so the reason I love this place is that it’s fairly inexpensive it’s I got just like a little over a thousand yeah it’s like ten bucks and for like a full complete set meal but you get this great view look at that you see the bridge you see the river just on the opposite side of this room on the other side it actually faces in so you can see the game from that side and so if you want to get some food and then get to like watch the game you can do it from there as well so one thing you need to be aware of when going to the men’s toilets is that the toilets itself there is a one Western and there’s two japanese-style toilets enjoy using those number eight Nagashima resort so Nagashima resort is comprised of three different areas you have the amusement park you have the spa area and you have a full real-deal outlet mall so although this place is about 50 minutes away from Nagoya you can get here easily via shuttle bus I’ll leave a link in the description and in case you guys want to find this place along with all the other places in this video this place has 60 different attractions which is the largest in all of Japan I was really really excited to show you guys inside today but unfortunately because of the g20 event being hosted in Osaka this year the park is closed right now and unfortunately I can only show you the outside so this one right behind me that you can see is called steel dragon and it’s actually the longest roller coaster in the entire world and this blue green roller coaster it’s called Acrobat and it’s supposed to be the largest flying roller coaster in the entire world there’s even a water park in the summer with all sorts of attractions that’s so definitely fun for the entire family and there’s a spire called ume no shima it’s essentially a baseball with body care services and it even has hot stone services if you’re into that so basically if you want an adrenaline high you go here if you want to get relaxed then you go to the spa and if you want to go shopping they have a full album all here that’s one of the best in Japan let me go show you now so this is the mall area and more specifically it’s where all the local brands are so if you’re coming here you won’t just find a lot of but you’ll find a lot of Japanese brands and check out this rich so there’s all these cool umbrellas of a number 9 parking area so if you’re gonna go ahead there’s a chance that you might actually be driving around to get around to all of these different spots in the video if that’s the case then I definitely recommend going to one of the parking areas where you stop along the highway if you go inside it’s not just like a little convenience store but they have everything inside in fact we can almost do a video just on street food here they even have a lot of souvenirs let me show you what it’s like inside so we’re at the Korea highway Oasis which is one of the biggest parking areas in Aichi and it definitely has that entertainment Park vibe look at that it’s a whole tub of miso so they have all these drinks at the rest area but they don’t sell alcohol I wonder why oh my gosh look at this kuribon cider what the hell does that taste like and look a frozen bag of fried chicken even better just waiting for my bus to arrive and since that’s key and Mae’s house are nearby you can get Ghibli Goods here too right Michael which one do you want to win that beige one okay I’m gonna win this for you Michael I got it let’s try so and this is the newer side you can see that there’s a so much more space Wow but thing is there’s actually not a lot of people here I think what happens is that travel companies and the buses take people to the original place oh my fried chicken is ready sorry we’ll continue this later look at this a fresh fried chicken well it’s not really fresh because it was like in the shelf but she actually refried it it’s literally super hot right now crunchy outer shell and nice and tender in the middle that is what I’m talking about and spicy ass so this is what I wanted to show you guys look there’s a ferris wheel right here I’ll breast up with a real-deal ferris wheel that’s what I’m talking about and check it out there’s more people playing Pokemon another Pokemon sighting and number 10 trained noodles kishi men at Sumiyoshi this is a can’t-miss Nagoya delight served on the train platform it’s called kee Sherman which is a unique style flat noodle noodle I recommend eating it at Sumiyoshi which I shops on most jr platforms both local and Shinkansen I went to platform 3 on a local train line because it’s not as busy as the Shinkansen Side it has a full menu oh and they have fried food on the local platform shops like this one Michael ordered the original key cement noodle with egg and shrimp tempura toppings and I got that dark miso based kishi man cuz you know I like my soup thick with three C’s so check this out I got Mikey Shaymin right so let’s have this you can see how flat the noodles are compared to regular noodles more of the Buddha is kinda like a like a tofu but let’s try some of this fried heart-stopping tempura the new look they’ve actually soaked it in the broth itself and pride any minute in this house Mike picks up on the drop on the egg itself look at that that egg is just perfectly cooked it’s just kind of melted into the soup I love how there’s still a little bit running all right so that concludes my top things to do in Nagoya before we go I wanted to thank our sponsor Japan mobile sim without them I wouldn’t be able to make these videos do you guys know with more than 400,000 fans coming here to Japan for the Rugby World Cup sim cards are expected to sell out what’s nice is mobile will ship at Japan sim directly to your home or you can pick it up when you arrive in Japan for the Mobile Japan sim in your phone you 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Top 10 Things to DO in NAGOYA Japan Toyota Stadium Rugby World Cup Series

55 thoughts on “Top 10 Things to DO in NAGOYA Japan Toyota Stadium Rugby World Cup Series

  • July 17, 2019 at 1:01 am
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    Hopefully you read this, but you videos are great and helpful! I want to visit Japan soon, and you have made it seem so wonderful and enjoying thank you!

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  • July 17, 2019 at 2:20 am
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    We were just there! I would've flipped out if I'd seen you filming in Nagoya station. 🙂 BTW, after our 2nd three week trip to Japan, your videos are still my fave! They were the first I watched when preparing for our trip last year, and I'm still watching them after our 2nd trip. 🙂

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  • July 17, 2019 at 5:20 am
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    Can you please follow my son he's just starting up his YouTube Channel @justDav1d fortnite… please follow…

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  • July 17, 2019 at 5:50 am
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    My husband and I were in Nagoya in April! We LOVED the Toyota museum!! We’re not car people, but we found it absolutely FASCINATING!! We were there for just over 5 hours and loved every minute. Highly recommend it! We also went to the first restaurant you recommended and it was delish 😋

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  • July 17, 2019 at 6:02 am
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    Hey Paolo! Love your videos! Would you ever consider doing a Q&A with Maiko? Like how you met? How she got into longboarding etc?

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  • July 17, 2019 at 3:44 pm
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    I’ve been studying abroad in Nagoya for the past 10 months. There’s actually other things to do here that Paolo didn’t mention.
    If you like animals, check out the Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens or the Port of Nagoya Aquarium.
    If you like science and art, check out the Nagoya Science Museum and the Nagoya Art Museum.
    If you like J-Pop idols, there’s SKE48’s cafe in Sakae (SKE = Sakae). Sakae also has a landmark called Oasis 21. Check that one out!
    If you like classical music, the Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra is an awesome ensemble.
    If you like shrines I believe Atsuta Shrine is a very famous one here in Nagoya.

    Hope this helps!

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  • July 17, 2019 at 5:05 pm
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    Nagashima Resort vs Tokyo Disney Land? Who wins?

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  • July 17, 2019 at 7:36 pm
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    I would love to see you guys visit Aoshima aka cat island!

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  • July 18, 2019 at 4:26 pm
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    Hi Paolo I recently just found your channel and I love your videos! I find them very inspiring and helpful…..also I’m a fan who is 11 . Keep up the good work love you!

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  • July 19, 2019 at 2:38 am
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    talk to people in every state that I've driven my truck too and they all say the exact same thing there's nothing to do there. From New York to California people are just weird that way.

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  • July 19, 2019 at 2:39 am
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    名古屋一番好きだ!!!

    Thanks for featuring Nagoya!!! ❤️❤️❤️

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  • July 19, 2019 at 8:20 am
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    I fucking Love Nagoya. Our first travel to Japan, much simpler and not chaotic unlike Tokyo. Such an Underated channel. Wow 400k though. 70k more for 500k 😀

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  • July 19, 2019 at 8:47 pm
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    Love your positive videos Paolo. How old are you by chance?

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  • July 19, 2019 at 9:48 pm
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    I found your channel 2 days ago watched lots of videos from you. I subscribed because I liked the content and I love Japan <3

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  • July 20, 2019 at 1:23 am
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    People still play pokemon go?

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  • July 20, 2019 at 10:04 am
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    Does people of nagoya can speak English? I’m planning to go there but I’m not good in nihonggo

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  • July 21, 2019 at 12:20 pm
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    I know Maiko is not in the video, but I have binged through Paolos channel and I think we should invent a game. What hair color is Maiko rocking today? Love your content Paolo! Love your lingo to. Reminds me of my youth. It’s BombAssDiggity and DaShiznit! ❤️❤️

    Edit: Think I saw Maiko for a split second

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  • July 22, 2019 at 4:38 pm
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    Nagoya is boring tho. Best konbini food and drink selection, though. Word is bond. I'll fight someone over that.

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  • July 22, 2019 at 4:41 pm
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    Super Potato @4:55 !!!!

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  • July 25, 2019 at 1:50 am
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    THICCC 🍜

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  • July 25, 2019 at 2:12 am
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    I cannot wait for the Rugby 🏉 world cup in Japan 🇯🇵 this year!

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  • July 26, 2019 at 2:00 am
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    You can do this all in a day? 10 thing is a lot, XD

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  • July 27, 2019 at 4:06 am
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    Hitsumabushi is really great

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  • July 27, 2019 at 5:27 am
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    any things to do for gifu? i heard its boring as hell

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  • July 28, 2019 at 2:07 pm
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    Hey hey hey excuse me
    Nagashima is in Mie pref. though!?

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  • July 28, 2019 at 5:49 pm
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    Haruki Murakami wrote a book where he talks about Nagoya

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  • August 2, 2019 at 7:21 am
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    Paolo, I just die laughing whenever you're like "MMMMMMMMM!!!" after trying good food. 😂don't ever change.

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  • August 4, 2019 at 1:16 pm
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    You should try Komeda too for breakfast ^_^

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  • August 5, 2019 at 9:08 pm
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    I wish you made this video sooner before i went there lol cuz its really good

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  • August 7, 2019 at 4:28 am
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    This is annoying as shit

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  • August 7, 2019 at 4:32 pm
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    The one thing I would recommend in Nagoya is the flower/light parc named Nabano no Sato! You can get there by bus. It's a magical place during Spring (flower parc) and Winter (lighg parc). I proposed to my girlfriend here.

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  • August 10, 2019 at 12:29 am
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    Oh that pork makes me drool in #1. I'd like a stack of the pork and a few bowls of rice. Come back in a couple hours to wheel me into a car. 😀

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  • August 10, 2019 at 9:49 pm
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    wow you're literally so happy all the time

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  • August 14, 2019 at 5:17 pm
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    Paolo, my husband and I will be in Nagoya on Sept.19-22. We hope to see you and your wife. 😁😁

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  • August 15, 2019 at 9:30 am
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    Hi Paolo, I recently found your channel and love it.
    Especially, your Japanese subtitle sounds so funny,like Goku.
    BTW, I am also from Nagoya and noticed two points.

    1:Toyota museum locates in Nagakute , near Expo site in 2005, not in Toyota city.
    2:In Kariya highway oasis,Female rest room is just amazing ,like a 5 star hotel lobby.It must be another must go spot .

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  • August 16, 2019 at 7:02 pm
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    Nagoya has Toyota Stadium huh? I live in Houston, and we got the Toyota Center 😎

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  • August 17, 2019 at 11:22 pm
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    I take it you are from Brazil or somewhere. If you do not like being in Japan, no-one is asking you to stay there. Why don't you go back to where you are from? They do not want more of the "bloody toxic gaijins" that bring nothing but 1. crimes 2. diseases, and 3 disorder to Japan.

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  • August 22, 2019 at 6:25 am
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    Sakae is fun as is the Kanayama area. Higashiyama/Hoshigaoka has the zoo and big brand shopping. Kakuozan has the gourmet restaurants. Kasugai is a great town to escape the city and walk around. Fushimi area at night is sketchy as this is where the yakusa run their clubs.

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  • August 22, 2019 at 10:49 am
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    日本語字幕面白い

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  • August 24, 2019 at 12:31 pm
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    Isn't it spelled Nai-goy-a

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  • August 26, 2019 at 10:24 am
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    Thank you for video!

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  • August 26, 2019 at 2:02 pm
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    So hungry now!

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  • September 2, 2019 at 5:54 pm
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    I’m studying abroad in Nagoya next June and I was nervous there wouldn’t be fun stuff to do >.<

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  • September 6, 2019 at 5:53 am
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    I need a sumo wrestling info video! 😀

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  • September 7, 2019 at 10:51 am
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    what i like in nagoya is, their food are delicious yet in cheap prices.. went there last july, ,,should have watched this.. -_-

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  • September 7, 2019 at 5:34 pm
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    I live in Nagoya
    there's "Oasis 21" in nagoya
    please go😊

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  • September 9, 2019 at 2:52 pm
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    Greating from Nagoya〜! Nice work!

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  • September 11, 2019 at 11:33 pm
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    東京は欧米人が多いけど、名古屋はアジア系の人が多い
    何でだ!? 名古屋をもっと魅力的な街にしましょうw
    あとレゴランドいらない😵

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  • September 17, 2019 at 8:51 am
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    great vid..very fun and informative and also friendly to watch your vids …keep up the good work man.also do some more japan vids…

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  • September 18, 2019 at 8:34 pm
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    What's the best way to get from Nagoya to Toyota stadium?

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  • September 19, 2019 at 11:13 am
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    I went nagoya 4 years ago.
    City looked peacful and so beautiful.
    So perfect place to go travel!!

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  • September 20, 2019 at 4:45 pm
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    I think you meant the Grand Central not Times Sq of nagoya station, jussayin 😛

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  • September 20, 2019 at 8:21 pm
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    "Have fun storming the castle!" Is from Princess Bride, best movie ever! Well to a nerd like me it is 😉

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  • September 24, 2019 at 3:13 pm
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    05:54 ❌shrine ⭕temple

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  • September 24, 2019 at 11:54 pm
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    LOVE YOUR VIDEOS! Can't wait to go to Japan.

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