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Thai Airways Flights to Nagoya (NGO)

Popular Offers for Tickets to Nagoya*

  1. BKK-NGO

    Bangkok (BKK) to Nagoya (NGO)

    09/01/2019-

    13/01/2019

    THB 16,530

    ​Round trip | Economy

  2. KUL-NGO

    Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Nagoya (NGO)

    31/12/2018-

    06/01/2019

    MYR 1,906

    ​Round trip | Economy

  3. PEN-NGO

    Penang (PEN) to Nagoya (NGO)

    27/12/2018-

    09/01/2019

    MYR 3,181

    ​Round trip | Economy

  4. DXB-NGO

    Dubai (DXB) to Nagoya (NGO)

    06/01/2019-

    21/01/2019

    AED 3,255

    ​Round trip | Economy

  5. CGK-NGO

    Jakarta (CGK) to Nagoya (NGO)

    06/12/2018-

    08/12/2018

    IDR 6,955,800

    ​Round trip | Economy

  6. SIN-NGO

    Singapore (SIN) to Nagoya (NGO)

    14/01/2019-

    18/01/2019

    SGD 889

    ​Round trip | Economy

*Best fares on flights found by others in the last 48 hours.

Compare Airfare Deals to Nagoya*

  1. Bangkok (BKK) to Nagoya (NGO)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK - NGO

    30/03/2019

    NGO - BKK

    08/04/2019

    THB 16,530
  2. Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Nagoya (NGO)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    KUL - NGO

    31/05/2019

    NGO - KUL

    08/06/2019

    MYR 1,356
  3. Penang (PEN) to Nagoya (NGO)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    PEN - NGO

    24/05/2019

    NGO - PEN

    24/06/2019

    MYR 1,391
  4. Dubai (DXB) to Nagoya (NGO)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    DXB - NGO

    13/03/2019

    NGO - DXB

    20/03/2019

    AED 3,255
  5. Singapore (SIN) to Nagoya (NGO)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    SIN - NGO

    31/03/2019

    NGO - SIN

    08/04/2019

    SGD 763
  6. Melbourne (MEL) to Nagoya (NGO)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    MEL - NGO

    24/04/2019

    NGO - MEL

    08/05/2019

    AUD 922
  7. Hong Kong (HKG) to Nagoya (NGO)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    HKG - NGO

    31/03/2019

    NGO - HKG

    06/04/2019

    HKD 5,741
  8. Brussels (BRU) to Nagoya (NGO)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BRU - NGO

    30/06/2019

    NGO - BRU

    20/07/2019

    EUR 1,053
  9. Yangon (RGN) to Nagoya (NGO)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    RGN - NGO

    11/07/2019

    NGO - RGN

    21/07/2019

    USD 722

*Best fares on flights found by others in the last 48 hours.

Thai Airways Flights to Nagoya (NGO)

Traveling to Nagoya

Overview

Outshone by the bright lights of Tokyo to the east and Kyoto and Osaka to the west, Nagoya is a city which has much to be proud of. Home of Toyota, not to mention that Japanese city staple, the Pachinko Parlour, this is a town that visitors will quickly fall in love with.

Getting around

On the main shinkansen line between Tokyo and Kansai, Nagoya is easy to reach from the rest of Japan and easy to navigate too. Its six–line subway system has English language signs, while its Me–guru bus follows a loop around the city centre’s key sights. Taxis are also readily available.

See & do

Nagoya–jo, the city’s castle, is the most recognisable sight in the city. Like many castles, the original did not survive WWII and the current building is a painstaking reconstruction completed in the 1950s. While the traditional design is impressive, Japanese history buffs will love the armour and artefacts on show inside.

Around the castle, the beautiful Ninomaru castle looks at its best during the cherry blossom season in the spring and when the leaves are turning red during October. Its array of old–style teahouses offers the perfect chance for a mid–sightseeing breather.

For a look at what really makes modern Japan tick, head to the superb JR SCMAGLEAV and Railway Park. Train nerds will be in heaven at this impressive hangar, where futuristic trains and original carriages offer a fascinating insight into the development of one of Japan’s most recognisable sights, the bullet train.

Nagoya is hugely proud of its association with Toyota. Car buffs should book onto the two-hour guided tour at the Toyota Exhibition Hall, where you can see the latest rides roll off the production line. Prototypes and future plans are also on show. Just remember to book in advance.

Hidden gems

Hit Nagoya in July and you can catch one of the only sumo tournaments held outside of Tokyo, at the city’s vast sumo stadium. The annual event draws huge crowds, with seats selling out months in advance.

If you’re not in town during the summer, then there’s still the chance to check out the very pleasant Noritake Garden, where some of Japan’s finest pottery and porcelain used to be made. There’s a lovely gallery and craft centre, with the chance to fire your own creations, as well as shop for trinkets and souvenirs in the discount shop.

Food & drink

Nagoya’s coastal location means it’s blessed with some excellent seafood restaurants. Aikyou, close to the main fish market, serves pricy but superb dishes, including a hotpot of beef, crab and shrimp, known as Aigo Nabe.

Sekai no Yamachan is a well known izakaya (Japanese pub) chain which started in Nagoya. Hit one of its branches for a few beers and some of its highly rated chicken wings. The best way to kick back after a day taking in the sights. For a true Nagoya experience, head to Yabaton, which specialises in misokatsu, breaded pork with miso and shredded cabbage.

Weather in Nagoya

Saturday sky is clear
19°C 17/11/2018
Sunday sky is clear
14°C 18/11/2018
Monday light rain
14°C 19/11/2018
Tuesday sky is clear
11°C 20/11/2018
Wednesday moderate rain
11°C 21/11/2018
Thursday light rain
10°C 22/11/2018
Friday light rain
11°C 23/11/2018
Generated by: OpenWeatherMap.org