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Naka-ku, Sakae, Naka, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

had a great time exploring Sakae area. Donki is less than 5 minutes walk from our hotel, the bus station to and from the airport is about 10 minutes walk from where we stayed. everything accessible including metro trains and bus stations for Nagoya Tour

2  Thank velvetdsd
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Lots of department stores, shops, restaurants and bars. A large number of hotels in this area. Very nice to explore each of the side streets. Busy area. Closest subway is Sakae

Thank SL Y
Reviewed 1 June 2018

I was there on a Saturday, and there was quite a lot of people shopping around. Surrounding are mostly department stores and shopping malls with mid-high range brands. For budget travellers, better go straight near Sakae station for the underground shopping street and Oasis 21...More

Thank Natalie0303
Reviewed 20 April 2018

Nice place to wander around and check out the shops within a couple of block radius of the train station. Lots of restaurants. Great people watching.

Thank MarkStephenSouder
Reviewed 15 April 2018 via mobile

I walked in the Nagoya city and saw this one. It was big and installed on the building. Awesome!!!!!!

1  Thank Phuri2014
Reviewed 8 April 2018 via mobile

Great shopping, cafes and restaurants. I enjoyed 3days here and would visit this area again. I will say that you know when it’s Saturday because after Friday nights the pavements are covered in vomit from the Friday night out! Lol!

Thank Nat W
Reviewed 5 April 2018

Been here 2 times when travelling to Nagoya. Of course the shopping street no as big as Osaka Dotondori. The price of skin care product also a little bit expensive than buying at Osaka. A lot of restaurant here, pub etc. There are shopping mall...More

Thank hweeying
Reviewed 21 March 2018

Walked and shopped here for one whole day. Onitsuka Tiger fans like me was pleased to find the store located opposite the Mitsukoshi department store & Don Quijote located further down. Brands like LV and Tiffany & Co are also located here and for kids,...More

Thank ElaineY1912
Reviewed 19 March 2018 via mobile

Sakae was nice ☺️ spent all day going into shops, eating in restaurants and shopping at thrift stores. There Book Off is huge :) nice place to walk around and shop! :)

Thank Frances T
Reviewed 19 March 2018 via mobile

Sakae is basically a shopping district. Of course, there are tons of eateries around the area. You are sure to find the things that you need here. A central shopping district in Nagoya!

Thank alanyeo76
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3 April 2018|
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Response from May T | Reviewed this property |
Hi If you are looking for anime toys or arcade, the BIC camera Nagoya Station west store has some. Next to the store, is an underground arcade. The arcade is sandwich between BIC camera and a pharmacy. BIC camera Nagoya... More
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Response from Graeme R | Reviewed this property |
You hotel us on the Nissaki-Dori. Opposite is a park. Exit the hotel, turn right walk away from Narita station, towards the Nagoya tv tower, you’ll see it as you get closer. It’s a 15 minute walk. Watch out for the blue... More
8 August 2016|
Response from Nadege R | Reviewed this property |
From Nagoya port you can simply take the Meiko/Meijo Line subway and it brings you straight to Sakae station. The subway station at the port is Nagoyako station where you catch purple Maiko line train, stay on it and it... More