Ten Nagoya Suggestions for the Ten Days of Golden Week (Part Two)

You may have noticed, that people are starting to get excited about Golden Week. Of course, people always get excited around Golden Week, when public holidays combine to make an extended block of time off, but this year it’s even better! With Emperor Akihito abdicating this year, another holiday has been added, meaning that 2019’s Golden Week is a whopping ten days, and in a country where taking more than three consecutive days off work is generally frowned upon, that’s a pretty big deal. So, with all this free time on your hands, the only question is what to do with yourself! Here are a few of our suggestions, just to get you going. [This is Part Two of our recommendations. For Part One, click here] Thursday, May 2 Weather permitting, and if you are up for another day trip, why not check out Mikawa Bay? Sakushima is a delightful little island, and when we say little – with just an area of 173 hectares (around three times the size of Tokyo Disneyland), and a total coastline of approximately 11 km – we mean little. But it packs quite a lot of beauty in that small and compact area. This old fishing island features quaint little temples and shrines, and the remains of ancient villages with traditional houses;  some refurbished into restaurants where you can enjoy the local delicacy of ‘fugu’, or blowfish (in season). While the island itself is beautiful enough, perhaps the biggest draw to Sakushima is its artwork. All…
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Ten Nagoya Suggestions for the Ten Days of Golden Week (Part Two)
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Ten Nagoya Suggestions for the Ten Days of Golden Week (Part Two)

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