3rd graders at elementary schools in Nagoya City learn about how Nagoya, and the way its residents live, has changed. This exhibition ties in to this curriculum, presenting the transformation of the city and the lifestyle of its residents from the Meiji period through to the present.
Explore the everchanging landscape and lifestyle of Nagoya through themes including Nagoya Station, the construction of the TV Tower, street cars and the subway, the emergence of appliances, and more.
When: Sat. 9 Jan. to Sun. 7 Mar. (9:30 - 17:00; Last entry 30 minutes before closing.) Closed Mondays (or the following business day when Monday is a national holiday) and the 4th Tuesday of the month (except national holidays).
Where: Nagoya City Museum (名古屋市博物館), Mizuho Ward (瑞穂区)
Access: A 5-minute walk from Sakurayama Sta. (桜山駅, S11) Exit 4 on the Subway Sakura-dori Line (地下鉄桜通線)
Admission: General admission 300 (400) Yen; University & Senior HS students 200 (300) Yen; Residents of Nagoya City aged 65 and over 100 (200) Yen; Junior HS students & younger free; Bearers of a Certificate of Disability or Intractable Disease Patient Medical Subsidy Recipient Certificate and up to 2 accompanying persons free upon presentation of certificate. ID required for University, Senior & Junior HS students and residents of Nagoya City aged 65 and over. Prices in ( ) include admission to the permanent exhibit.