Private Chartered Half Day Sightseeing Taxi Tour in Nagoya

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Discover the history and majesty of Nagoya with a private taxi tour to the most famous spots. We have multiple courses for all the highlights of Nagoya. Relax and let us be your guide.

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Price
2.5 Hour Course
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1 Charter
USD 100.46
USD 100.46
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1 Charter
USD 100.46
USD 100.46
You can choose a course from the following.
Meijo – Nittai Course (Nagoya Castle to Nittaiji Temple)
Nittai – Atsuta Course (Nittaiji Temple to Atsuta Shrine)
Noritake – Meijo Course (Noritake no Mori to Nagoya Castle)
Tokugawa – Nittai Course (Tokugawa Art Museum to Nittaiji Temple)
Quick tour (Nagoya Castle to Nittaiji Temple to Atsuta Shrine, with a short stop at each.)
  • Available: Daily
  • Pick-up: Available
  • Inclusion: Charter fee
  • Schedule
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Starting time: 09:00 - 14:00 (Show details)
Starting time: 09:00 09:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 13:00 13:30 14:00 (Hide details)
  • Pick-up at Nagoya Station or your hotel in Nagoya City
  • Choose a course from the following 1 to 5
  • Course 1: Nagoya Castle and Nittaiji Temple
    二葉タクシー1 Visit the historic castle of Nagoya, famous for the shining gold shachihoko statues atop the building. Then, head for Nittaiji Temple, built in 1904, enshrining ashes of Buddha given to Japan by the then emperor of Siam.
  • Course 2: Nittaiji Temple and Atsuta Shrine
    Visit Nittaiji Temple and Atsusa Shrine, home to the Kusanagi Sword, a legendary symbol of the Japanese Imperial throne.
  • Course 3: Noritake no Mori and Nagoya Castle
    Noritake no Mori is a cultural facility established on the theme of lush greenery and pottery.. There is an outlet shop of Noritake pottery.
  • Course 4: Tokugawa Art Museum and Nittaiji Temple
    The Tokugawa Art Museum is a unique museum which exhibits treasures handed down by the Owari Tokugawa Clan, and donated by Tokugawa Yoshichika, a marquis.
  • Course 5: Nagoya Castle, Nittaiji Temple and Atsuta Shrine
    See Nagoya's best known sights, including the mighty Nagoya Castle, venerable Atsuta Shrine, and the relatively young Nittaiji Temple. just over 100 years old.
  • Drop-off at Nagoya Station or your hotel in Nagoya City
Add-ons:
Jumbo taxi per group + USD 36.48
Jumbo taxi per group + USD 36.48
Package detail / Schedule
1 Select a date
2 Enter number of traveller
You can book a maximum of 1.
1 Charter
USD 118.71
USD 118.71
Instant ConfirmationUSD 0.00USD 0.00
USD 0.00
USD 0.00
Total:
*The price is subject to change depending on the start time or add-on(s) you choose.
1 Charter
USD 118.71
USD 118.71
Choose your course from the following.
Meijo -Tokugawa Course (Nagoya Castle to Tokugawa Art Museum)
Tokugawa – Atsuta Course (Tokugawa Art Museum to Atsuta Shrine)
Meijo – Atsuta Course (Nagoya Castle to Atsuta Shrine)
Meijo - Shippo Course (Nagoya Castle to Shippo Art Village)
Fast tour (Nagoya Castle, Tokugawa Art Museum, and Atsuta Shrine, with a short stop at each facility)
  • Available: Daily
  • Pick-up: Available
  • Inclusion: Charter fee
  • Schedule
  •  
  • Pick-up
    Time & Location
  •  
  • Drop-off
    Time & Location
  •  

Starting time: 09:00 - 14:00 (Show details)
Starting time: 09:00 09:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 13:00 13:30 14:00 (Hide details)
  • Pick-up at Nagoya Station or your hotel in Nagoya City
  • Choose a course from the following 1 to 5.
  • Course 1: Nagoya Castle and Tokugawa Art Museum
    二葉タクシー1 Nagoya Castle
    This castle was built by Tokugawa Ieyasu after the battle of Sekigahara, which was to decide the ruler of the country, in the important area on Tokaido to defend the Edo shogunate against Osaka.
  • Course 1: Nagoya Castle and Tokugawa Art Museum
    The Tokugawa Art Museum is a unique museum which exhibits treasures handed down by Owari Tokugawa Clan, and donated by Tokugawa Yoshichika, a marquis.
  • Course 2: Tokugawa Art Museum and Atsuta Shrine
    The Tokugawa Art Museum is a unique museum which exhibits treasures handed down by Owari Tokugawa Clan, and donated by Tokugawa Yoshichika, a marquis.
  • Course 2: Tokugawa Art Museum and Atsuta Shrine
    Atsuta Shrine is a venerable temple, which is eclipsed only by Ise Shrine. The shrine enshrines the Kusanagi sword, one of the three divine symbols of the Japanese Imperial throne. In the precinct, there are many shrines surrounded by camphor trees.
  • Course 3: Nagoya Castle and Atsuta Shrine
    Nagoya Castle
    This castle was built by Tokugawa Ieyasu after the battle of Sekigahara, which was to decide the ruler of the country, in the important area on Tokaido to defend the Edo shogunate against Osaka.
  • Course 3: Nagoya Castle and Atsuta Shrine
    Atsuta Shrine is a venerable temple, which is eclipsed only by Ise Shrine. The shrine enshrines the Kusanagi sword, one of the three divine symbols of the Japanese Imperial throne. In the precinct, there are many shrines surrounded by camphor trees.
  • Course 4: Nagoya Castle and Cloisonne Art Village
    Nagoya Castle
    This castle was built by Tokugawa Ieyasu after the battle of Sekigahara, which was to decide the ruler of the country, in the important area on Tokaido to defend the Edo shogunate against Osaka.
  • Course 4: Nagoya Castle and Cloisonne Art Village
    Cloisonne Art Village is called the Shippo Art Village. The word ‘shippo’ comes from seven treasures; gold, silver, Lapis lazuli, giant clam, agate, pearl, red stone. It is said Cloisonne is called ‘shippoyaki’ because the works look as gorgeous as the seven treasures. Discover the beauty yourself.
  • Course 5: Nagoya Castle, Tokugawa Art Museum and Atsuta Shrine
    Nagoya Castle
    This castle was built by Tokugawa Ieyasu after the battle of Sekigahara, which was to decide the ruler of the country, in the important area on Tokaido to defend the Edo shogunate against Osaka.
  • Course 5: Nagoya Castle, Tokugawa Art Museum and Atsuta Shrine
    The Tokugawa Art Museum is a unique museum which exhibits treasures handed down by Owari Tokugawa Clan, and donated by Tokugawa Yoshichika, a marquis.
  • Course 5: Nagoya Castle, Tokugawa Art Museum and Atsuta Shrine
    Atsuta Shrine is a venerable temple, which is eclipsed only by Ise Shrine. The shrine enshrines the Kusanagi sword, one of the three divine symbols of the Japanese Imperial throne. In the precinct, there are many shrines surrounded by camphor trees.
  • Drop-off at Nagoya Station or your hotel in Nagoya City
Add-ons:
Jumbo taxi per group + USD 45.65
Jumbo taxi per group + USD 45.65
Package detail / Schedule
3.5 Hour Course
1 Select a date
2 Enter number of traveller
You can book a maximum of 1.
1 Charter
USD 146.11
USD 146.11
Instant ConfirmationUSD 0.00USD 0.00
USD 0.00
USD 0.00
Total:
*The price is subject to change depending on the start time or add-on(s) you choose.
1 Charter
USD 146.11
USD 146.11
Choose a course from the following.
Atsuta – Meiko Course (Atsuta Shrine to Nagoya Port Aquarium)
Atsuta – Arimatsu Tie-dyeing Museum (Atsuta Shrine to Tie-dyeing Museum)
Meijo - Toyota Automobile Museum Course (Nagoya Castle to Toyota Automobile Museum)
  • Available: Daily
  • Pick-up: Available
  • Inclusion: Charter fee
  • Schedule
  •  
  • Pick-up
    Time & Location
  •  
  • Drop-off
    Time & Location
  •  

Starting time: 09:00 - 14:00 (Show details)
Starting time: 09:00 09:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 13:00 13:30 14:00 (Hide details)
  • Pick-up at Nagoya Station or your hotel in Nagoya City
  • Please choose a course from the following 1 to 3
  • Course 1: Nagoya Aquarium and Atsuta Shrine
    Nagoya Aquarium features 5 different aquariums showing 5 oceans of the world in the south building. Walk through the tunnel aquariums, with tropical fish swimming around. In the north building, you can watch performance by dolphins.
  • Course 1: Nagoya Aquarium and Atsuta Shrine
    二葉タクシー1 Atsuta Shrine is a venerable temple, which is eclipsed only by Ise Shrine. The shrine enshrines the Kusanagi sword, one of the three divine symbols of the Japanese Imperial throne. In the precinct, there are many shrines surrounded by camphor trees.
  • Course 2: Atsuta Shrine and Arimatsunarumi Tie-dyeing Museum
    Atsuta Shrine is a venerable temple, which is eclipsed only by Ise Shrine. The shrine enshrines the Kusanagi sword, one of the three divine symbols of the Japanese Imperial throne. In the precinct, there are many shrines surrounded by camphor trees.
  • Course 2: Atsuta Shrine and Arimatsunarumi Tie-dyeing Museum
    Arimatsunarumi Tie-dyeing Museum shows the art with a history of more than 400 years. This dyeing method makes three-dimensional geometric patterns or corrugated patterns by tying fabric with thread. This museum exhibits the actual works of tie-dyeing to help you understand about the art.
  • Course 3: Nagoya Castle and Toyota Museum
    Nagoya Castle
    This castle was built by Tokugawa Ieyasu after the battle of Sekigahara, which was to decide the ruler of the country, in the important area on Tokaido to defend the Edo shogunate against Osaka.
  • Course 3: Nagoya Castle and Toyota Museum
    Toyota Automobile Museum showcases the history of automobiles by exhibiting mainly vehicles for practical use. In the new building, the history of motorization in Japan and the change of the people's daily life are shown by exhibitions.
  • Drop-off at Nagoya Station or your hotel in Nagoya City
Add-ons:
Jumbo taxi per group + USD 45.65
Jumbo taxi per group + USD 45.65
Package detail / Schedule
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    • The activity schedule is subject to change or cancellation due to weather or traffic conditions.
    • The tour price does not include tolls for expressways, parking fees, and admission fees.
    • This tour is operated only in Japanese.
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  • Any cancellations made between 18:00 local time, 2 business days to 18:00 local time, 1 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 50% of the total amount.
  • Any cancellations made after 18:00 local time, 1 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
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