Midland Square ミッドランドスクエア
Sitting on top of the city, nothing but clouds above
With unobscured panoramic views of Nagoya, Midland Square has sky-high views and high-class shopping.
How to Get There
Midland Square is accessible by train.
Take the south-east exit of Nagoya Station . On the Sakura-dori exit side, Midland Square will be clearly visible, towering above.
Sky Promenade is one of the highest open-air observation facilities in Japan
Sky Promenade is open from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m., with last entry at 9:30 p.m.
Hitting new heights
At 247 meters (810 feet) Midland Square is the tallest building in Nagoya and the seventh tallest in Japan.
Located on the upper three floors of this 46-story building is Sky Promenade, from where you can see all of Nagoya and beyond.
See Nagoya bustle beneath you
The JR Central Towers rise to your west, Nagoya Castle sits to your north, and away to your south is Nagoya Port. On a clear day, you may even make out Nagoya Dome and Ichinomiya Tower.
If hungry you can enjoy the spectacular view from the Sky Restaurant which offers both Japanese and international cuisine, with tables providing impressive aerial views of the city.
After basking in the views, visit the lower levels house for upscale stores such as Cartier, Louis Vuitton and other chic boutiques, restaurants and cafes. The building also houses a cinema.
* The information on this page may be subject to change due to COVID-19.