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Chubu Electric Power MIRAI TOWER
From the Sky Deck, you can look down the whole city. Lodging in the symbol of Nagoya will be a special experience.
The tower is Nagoya’s symbol, built as Nagoya TV Tower for tourism and TV broadcast and completed in 1954. In 2011, TV signals were switched from analog to digital and its function as a consolidated radio tower was ended.
In 2020, the interior was completely renovated with hotels added on the 4th and 5th floors. In May of 2021, it was reopened as Chubu Electric Power MIRAI TOWER.
90m (295 ft) above the ground, the indoor observation Sky Deck offers a panoramic view over Nagoya’s valley and mountains. The night scene is designated as Japan Night View Heritage. It’s worth viewing how the night scene is reflected on the mirrors on the ceiling and floor. 100m (328 ft) above the ground, the outdoor Sky Balcony has no window. Enjoy the fresh air and the beauty of the City.
THE TOWER HOTEL NAGOYA incorporates the historic tower’s original design with mortar, bricks, and steel frame. Take a look at the interior and lighting with arts and crafts by Tokai Region’s artists.
Within the tower, there are restaurants, cafes, and shops with their original goods for you. The first floor is spacious and lively as if it is an extension of Hisaya Odori Park.
Panoramic view over Nagoya from Sky Deck. The night scene is a treat.
Lodge in a hotel in the historic tower for a special experience.
Have fun at the tower’s restaurant, cafe or shops.
- Name in Japanese
- 中部電力 MIRAI TOWER
- Postal Code
- 3-6-15 Nishiki, Naka-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi
- Open every day (closed for maintenance a few times a year)
10:00am-9:00pm (Admission allowed until 8:40pm)
Saturdays 10:00am-9:40pm (Admission allowed until 9:20pm)
Adults (high school and older) 1,300 yen,
Children (elementary and middle school) 800 yen
1) from Nagoya City Subway’s Sakae Station, walk a few min.
2) from Nagoya City Subway’s Hisaya-odori Station, walk a few min.
3) from Meitetsu Railway’s Sakae Station, walk a few min.
- Credit Cards
- Not accepted
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)