- Cultural Path Shumokukan
- Cultural Path Shumokukan was built from the end of the Taisho Era to the early Showa Era as a residence for Tamesaburo Imoto, a successful pottery merchant.
- Nagoya Castle official website
- The official site for Nagoya Castle.
- Nagoya Noh Theater website
- The official site for Nagoya Noh Theater.
- Nagoya City Archives
- This fantastic facility library of knowledge not only collects, stores and displays Nagoya City public documents and administrative materials, and maintains the a history of the city, it also preserves and opens buildings to the public, and offers places for citizens to hold exhibits and gatherings as part of their cultural activities.
- Tokugawa Art Museum
- Japan's nationaly famous museum for its collection and display of the National Treasures that include the Illustrated Tale of Genji as well as the daimyo holdings of the Owari Tokugawa family.
- A trove of important national treasures handed down by the once-mighty Tokugawa clan of Owari are housed in this virtual Aladdin's cave. This art museum boasts exhibits and displays that cannot be seen anywhere else.
- Hosa Library
- With a collection of 110,000 excellent Japanese and Chinese classics and other superlative works, the Hosa Library is one of Japan's foremost libraries.
- Nagoya Ceramics Hall
- Find out all you wanted to know about the considerable prosperity and history
of Nagoya's ceramics industry, as well as the ceramics and other materials
on display at the Nagoya Ceramics Hall.
- Yokiso is a villa built by Ito Jirozaemon Suketami the 15th,
the first president of Matsuzakaya Company,
over a period form the 1910s to the 1930s.