There is no direct flight from London to Nagoya, but many flights with stopovers are available. Companies which operate these include: Air China (through Beijing), Singapore Airlines (Singapore), Asiana Airlines (Seoul), British Airways (Tokyo) and Finnair (Helsinki). These flights can take between 15 and 30 hours to reach their destination.A flight with a transfer will depart from either London Gatwick or Heathrow. Reaching these airports for departure is easy: taxis, bus and rails all connect these to the city centre - Heathrow has Underground access too. Once you arrive in Japan, Nagoya city centre is 30 minutes away by train and about an hour by bus or taxi.
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Mostly destroyed during the world war, this 17th century castle was reconstructed in the 1950s. The famous warlord Oda Nobunaga lived in this monumental complex. It has two main keeps, many turrets, a beautiful observation deck and surrounding gardens, where you can relive the atmosphere of Shogun-era Japan.2 Atsuta Shrine
This Shinto shrine was established almost two millennia ago, and many relics are held here, including the sacred sword Kusanagi. Over 4,000 artefacts are held in the shrine - with the Treasure Hall housing documents and manuscripts - and over 70 traditional festivals are held here every year.3 Tokugawa Art Museum and Garden
This museum houses a massive collection of items of historical importance, once owned by the Tokugawa clan. Interesting items include swords, armours, ceramics, scrolls (such as the 12th-century Tales of Genji), Noh costumes, masks and paintings. Next to it is the traditionally Japanese, beautiful Tokugawa Garden.4 Osu Kannon
You should definitely try and see the Osu Kannon, an impressive Buddhist temple in the centre of Nagoya. It's large book collection includes the oldest copy of Kojiki, which describes Japan's original mythological descent. It also has a flea market every 18th and 28th of every month.5 Noh Theatre
Noh drama theatre represents back to Japan's feudal times. You can see this mysterious and enigmatic art form in the city's modern Noh Theatre. Nagoya is well-known in Japan for being the cultural centre of this art form.