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While most ports are organized within administrative districts, the Port of Nagoya straddles several municipalities and it is a trading port, with more than half of its exports related to automobiles. The Garden Wharf is home to the Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji, Japan's first polar icebreaker, the Nagoya Port Aquarium, where you can learn about ecology and evolution, and the Nagoya Marine Museum, which tells the story of the port and its role in people's lives. You can learn about the history and marine life of the area, and enjoy strolling and shopping with a view of the harbor here.
Minatomachi, Minato-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture
[From Nagoya Station] ■Transfer at "Sakae Station" on the Subway Higashiyama Line, and board the Meijo Line bound for Kanayama (counterclockwise) for "Nagoya Port" (Nagoyako Station). Get off at the endpoint "Nagoyako Station" (Exit 3) and walk for about 5 minutes ■Get off "Kanayama Station" on the Meitetsu or JR lines, transfer to the subway, and board the Meiko Line bound for "Nagoya Port" (Nagoyako Station). Get off at the endpoint "Nagoyako Station" (Exit 3) and walk for about 5 minutes
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