In 1610, Ieyasu Tokugawa initiated the construction of Nagoya Castle for his son Yoshinao. The sliding door murals are important cultural and historical properties reflecting the history of the generation; Topped with golden shachihoko, votive tiger-fish roof devices, Nagoya Castle and its magnificent Hommaru Palace were operated as a military facility. Nagoya Castle was Japan’s first castle to be designated a National Treasure and a National Historic Site.


  • Capacity

    up to 80 seated OR up to 100 standing

  • Venue Size

    Track 5000 sq feet / Restaurant 3000 sq feet

  • Opening Hours

    11:00 - 21:00 (Everyday)

  • Location

    1-1 Honmaru, Naka Ward, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

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