Guided Private Tour in, around and from Nagoya

We are offering guided private tour service in and from Nagoya. If you are interested in our model courses, please contact us.

Are you looking for particular things to buy and take home? Our guides can help you to find where they are available.


Nagoya is surrounded by major production areas of pottery such as Seto, Tajimi, Tokoname, Yokkaichi (Banko) and Shigaraki. There are many opportunities to shop pottery.

Seto Pottery

Seto is the country's leading production area of ceramic and porcelain with a long history, that in Japan people generally call pottery as "Seto-mono". Even today, there are many studios which keep on creating various art pieces. Have a relaxing moment in this historical town and look for your favorite pottery in several ceramic shops.

Knives and cutlery

Seki Knives and Cutlery, long tradition started from Samurai Swords

Seki, a town known for the manufacture of cutlery, is located in south-central Gifu Prefecture. It inherits the tradition of swordsmith techniques that started in Kamakura period (12-14th centuries). During the Sengoku period (16th century), "Magoroku Kanemoto II" succeeded in forming a robust sword by applying unique swordsmith techniques. The brilliant traditional method was passed down to younger generations, thus today Seki has become a well-known production site of knives and blades.

Japanese traditional and modern souvenirs

There are some ideal places to find souvenirs for your family, friends and yourself.

Sakae Shopping district and Osu Shopping Street

During the Nagoya Castle and highlights in Nagoya City Tour, you can visit Sakae Shopping district and Osu Shopping Street. In Sakae, you can buy modern Japanese products such as gourmets and cosmetics. In Osu, you can find more traditional objects such as second-hand kimono, imitation samurai swords, etc.

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