—What You Can Expect—
A must-visit in Nagoya, this sprawling outlet mall boasts almost 300 brand-name stores, from world luxury goods to popular Japanese boutiques, as well as sports, leisure, and food shops. There are also amusement parks, swimming pools, and hot spring facilities nearby. It’s the perfect place for family and friends to enjoy an afternoon together. There is a service center for foreign tourists, and each store has a tax refund service.
Nagashima Onsen is a large-scale hot spring facility resort near Mitsui OUTLET PARK. It is the largest man-made natural hot spring in Japan, with a total of 17 hot springs, including both open-air and enclosed hot springs. Shoppers traveling from Mitsui OUTLET PARK can take a free bus to the hot springs. If you’re looking to pamper yourself even more, there are saunas and bedrock baths to help you unplug after a day of traveling and shopping.
Part of Nagashima Resort, Nabana no Sato opened in 1998 as the largest theme park in the East China Sea area of Japan. It is famous for its square, which covers an area of 43,000 square meters. It also boasts scenic views of the sea and picturesque Japanese-style bridges over brooks. It is the largest garden in Japan. Here, thousands of beautiful flowers are arrayed according to a seasonally chosen theme.
Nabana no Sato offers world-class floral views all year round, but the winter flower show is by far the most spectacular. From its beginning in autumn to its spring conclusion, many travelers head to Nabana no Sato during Japan’s Lantern Festival season to enjoy the magical, romantic nighttime views of illuminated maple leaves and cherry blossoms. There are 8 restaurants in the park, serving Japanese, Chinese, and Western cuisine.
In winter, the Tunnel of Lights is brilliantly lit by an astounding 1.2 million light bulbs, while a huge LED screen passing through the tunnel shows animations of cherry blossoms in each of the four seasons accompanied by traditional Japanese sound effects. In addition, you can catch a glimpse of a rare thousand-year-old olive tree that was imported from Spain in 2019. The theme changes every year, making this a must-see attraction.
Late November–Late December: Maple Leaves
Late February–Late March: Plum Blossoms and Kawazu Cherry Blossoms
Late March–Late April: Tulips
June: French Hydrangeas
Late May–Early July: Firefly Festival (best firefly viewing time is around 7:30 pm)
November 1–May 31:
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