Nagoya Kanko Hotel
Situated in the heart of Nagoya in "Fushimi", Nagoya Kanko Hotel was founded in 1936 as Nagoya State Guest House offering their services to distinguished guests from within Japan and abroad.
A hotel boasting the longest history in Nagoya has since then become a leading luxury class hotel.
The hotel is easily accessible by Shinkansen ("bullet train") with its lines from Tokyo, Shizuoka, Nagoya, Kyoto, Kobe, Hiroshima and Fukuoka as well as the conventional transit lines from "Centrair" or Central Japan International Airport, the prefectures of Mie, Gifu and Shizuoka all converging into Nagoya Station.
From there, the hotel is located within a 2-minute walking distance from Fushimi Station in the Higashiyama Subway Line which is appropriately located midway between Nagoya Station and Sakae Station where business and shopping is prevalent.
By making use of its ideal location, the hotel is suited for both business and leisure.
Nagoya, the fourth largest city in Japan, holds a population of over 2 million as the capital of Aichi Prefecture.
The names of three notable heroes during the Sengoku era, Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, and Tokugawa Ieyasu, are often proudly identified with the region of Nagoya.
The famous Nagoya Castle as it stands now was ordered to be constructed in 1610 by Tokugawa Ieyasu. Since then, Nagoya has followed in the long line of tradition to become an international cultural city.
The area is now an industrial hub of Japan with not only companies such as Toyota Motor Corporation and its group, but companies in the aircraft and the machine tool industry as well.
The well-integrated transit system includes the Shinkansen ("bullet train"), the subway lines and conventional transit lines that all converge into Nagoya Station. Hence sightseeing in Kyoto, Mie, Gifu and Shizuoka prefectures are easily accessible along with the convenience of traveling within the city of Nagoya with access to the castle, art museum and aquarium.
Furthermore, for your shopping enjoyment, there are underground arcades in both Nagoya and Sakae subway stations.