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Hommarugoten

1-1 Hommaru, Naka-ku, Nagoya 460-0031, Aichi Prefecture
+81 52-231-1700
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Very nice architecture and lovely decoration inside

I did a review of Nagoya Castle and included this palace because it is within the Nagoya Castle... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Christoph L
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Gerrards Cross, United Kingdom
Rebuild of original

If you visit the castle please ensure you enter the Hommarugoten. The building is stunning and... read more

Reviewed 4 August 2017
Angie_travel888
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Beijing, China
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1-1 Hommaru, Naka-ku, Nagoya 460-0031, Aichi Prefecture
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I did a review of Nagoya Castle and included this palace because it is within the Nagoya Castle grounds. In fact, this is the best part of the Castle grounds. The building has been very nicely restored and it is lovely to see the rooms...More

Thank Christoph L
Reviewed 4 August 2017 via mobile

If you visit the castle please ensure you enter the Hommarugoten. The building is stunning and considered a replica of the original. No photos allowed. During mid 2018 the remaining rooms are expected to be completed. You are transformed back in time upon entry. If...More

Thank Angie_travel888
Reviewed 30 July 2017

Loved how the people of Nagoya went through the painstaking effort to reconstruct this palace. The painted screens are just incredible and amazing. I believe some are original? Part of the experience of Nagoya Castle.

Thank Pangelinan
Reviewed 17 June 2017

Magnificent wooden structure, exquisite details, paintings on walls and sliding doors, quite enjoyable. Heavily tended by the palace officer since a lot of the display are fragile. Very old painting still beautiful to see, and we especially liked the golden tone of the paintings, I...More

Thank bidwisely
Reviewed 30 April 2017

Perfectly designed and stunning to the eyes if you take time to check the details about painting and woodwork. You feel always comfortable and wish you could spend some time as guest for a night. Very special place as it is large and empty, at...More

1  Thank Prinjon
Reviewed 9 April 2017 via mobile

When you enter they ask you to take off you're shoes, and take you for a walk about 15 minutes, showing you only arts of animals that people used to draw in rooms during the Edo period in Nagoya castle.

2  Thank HydraKid
Reviewed 3 April 2017

While the original palace was destroyed during WWII, the reconstruction of this lovely palace next to Nagoya castle is absolutely stunning with vivid colors and great looking animals. You must take off your shoes for the 15-30 minutes tour through the palace. Don't miss it!

2  Thank TheShis
Reviewed 3 February 2017 via mobile

The original was burned during ww2 I believe. They make you take off your shoes when entering and picture taking is allowed but only without flash lights. You walk through it in an orderly line like progression and there are people everywhere letting you know...More

1  Thank j864
Reviewed 21 January 2017

Hommarugoten has outstanding art coating the walls of its interior and is absolutely worth viewing. The self-guided tour takes as long as you want and the workers are very kinda and helpful. They are sprinkled throughout the facility and can provide explanations if needed (although...More

1  Thank Warren M
Reviewed 23 September 2016 via mobile

Honmaru Palace was severely damaged during wartime and only the divisional wall paintings left intact. Renovation has been undergoing, using ancient technique to rebuild the past glory. Visitors must take their shoes off when entering the premises. Slippers and lockers provided for free. The palace...More

1  Thank D8490IValicec
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