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From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Museum
“東山動植物園は、愛知県名古屋市千種区東山元町の東山公園内にある市営動植物園。1937年に開園した。 2015年度の年間入場者数は、日本国内で上野動物園に次ぐ約258万人となっている。2005年から2009年までの5年間は、北海道の旭山動物園に次ぐ3位だった。日本の動物園の中で一番種類数が多い。 ”
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Amusement Park
“Higashiyama Sky Tower Walk3.5km, Bicycle 9min Bus line 34min Higashiyama Sky Tower is a landmark in the east part of Nagoya City in Aichi Prefecture. From the observation room of the tower, which stands at a corner in Higashiyama Park, visitors can admire one of the largest parks in Japan. A magnificent view of the Central Alps, Mt. Ontakesan and Mt. Ibukisan are also overlooked from the observation room. The visitors are also fascinated by the night view, which was selected as one of the most beautiful night views in Japan. At the foot of the tower, guests can spend an entire day visiting the zoo where they can see adored Koalas and the botanical gardens that contains an extensive collection of the world's plants.”
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“Okonomiyaki (お好み焼き o-konomi-yaki?) (About this sound listen (help·info)) is a Japanese savoury pancake containing a variety of ingredients. The name is derived from the word okonomi, meaning "what you like" or "what you want", and yaki meaning "grilled" or "cooked" (cf. yakitori and yakisoba). Okonomiyaki is mainly associated with the Kansai or Hiroshima areas of Japan, but is widely available throughout the country. Toppings and batters tend to vary according to region. Tokyo okonomiyaki is usually smaller than a Hiroshima or Kansai okonomiyaki.”
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“Noodle in Miso Broth Some say the origin of Nagoya's miso-nikomi noodle is the hoto noodle dish of Yamanashi Prefecture. During the Warring States Period, warlord Takeda Shingen used as battle food hoto noodles, which were brought from the Takeda Family to the Tokugawa Family after the demise of the Takeda clan by surviving Takeda retainers. The base is clear soup made with stock of dried bonito, shiitake mushroom, kombu kelp, and other ingredients, and the soup is seasoned with thick soy source and sweet sake. What is special about the Nagoya style is the use of haccho-miso, the salty red miso paste made only from beans without using koji rice malt. Another distinctive feature is the serving style: one serving is boiled in a small earthen pot and is served as it is piping-hot. Popular ingredients include chicken, egg, green onion, shiitake mushroom and mochi rice cake.”
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“Okonomiyaki (お好み焼き o-konomi-yaki?) (About this sound listen (help·info)) is a Japanese savoury pancake containing a variety of ingredients. The name is derived from the word okonomi, meaning "what you like" or "what you want", and yaki meaning "grilled" or "cooked" (cf. yakitori and yakisoba). Okonomiyaki is mainly associated with the Kansai or Hiroshima areas of Japan, but is widely available throughout the country. Toppings and batters tend to vary according to region. Tokyo okonomiyaki is usually smaller than a Hiroshima or Kansai okonomiyaki.”
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“Noodle in Miso Broth Some say the origin of Nagoya's miso-nikomi noodle is the hoto noodle dish of Yamanashi Prefecture. During the Warring States Period, warlord Takeda Shingen used as battle food hoto noodles, which were brought from the Takeda Family to the Tokugawa Family after the demise of the Takeda clan by surviving Takeda retainers. The base is clear soup made with stock of dried bonito, shiitake mushroom, kombu kelp, and other ingredients, and the soup is seasoned with thick soy source and sweet sake. What is special about the Nagoya style is the use of haccho-miso, the salty red miso paste made only from beans without using koji rice malt. Another distinctive feature is the serving style: one serving is boiled in a small earthen pot and is served as it is piping-hot. Popular ingredients include chicken, egg, green onion, shiitake mushroom and mochi rice cake.”
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