How about wandering around central & western Japan after the show?
You can see many different aspects of Japan.
The show will be held in Nagoya, one of major cities in central Japan.
Here are some samples of spots where you can learn / enjoy Japanese culture, etc. after the show.
Built in 1612. The best-known items associated with the Nagoya Castle are the golden dolphins, or Kinshachi. It is said that the first dolphins (shachi) to adorn the main ridge of castle roofs.
Toyota Automobile Museum
The Toyota Automobile Museum was opened in 1989 in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Toyota Motor Corporation. The main exhibits are about 140 vehicles from around the world.
Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium
Located about 1 hour from Portmesse Nagoya. Various events such as performance of dolphins are features of the aquarium.
Atsuta Jingu was originally founded about 1900 years ago, when the sacred sword Kusanagi-no-tsurugi, one of the Imperial symbols, was enshrined.
Gero Hot Spring
Gero Hot Spring is considered one of the three most famous hot springs in Japan. Enjoy a stroll through the center of the hot spring town and soak in the foot baths scattered all around.
Nagashima Spa Land
Major amusement park in Mie Prefecture (next to Aichi prefecture). It features several roller coasters, thrill rides, kid rides, a water park, a flower park, etc.
Osaka is the biggest city in Western Japan and known for many sightseeing/leisure spots such as Osaka Castle, Universal Studios Japan, etc. and for delicious food. 1 hour from Nagoya Sta. (via Shinkansen Nozomi (bullet train)).
Kyoto － widely known as the old capital of Japan, a beautiful historic city with 17 world heritages. 35 min. from Nagoya Sta. (via Shinkansen Nozomi (bullet train)).
Kobe is a capital city of Hyogo Prefecture and is a beautiful city with many must-visit spots such as a waterfront area, a China street, the Rokko Mountain, etc. 1 hour from Nagoya Sta. (via Shinkansen Nozomi (bullet train)).
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