The best view at Oasis 21

February 22, 2017 Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan


I found a blog post about Oasis 21 in Nagoya and I was excited to finally go there. My friend Keiko from Nagoya could not understand why I wanted to go to Oasis 21. She told me it's just a building with restaurants and shopping.  

I told her that there was an observation deck at the top of the building. She didn't know it existed. 

After we had dinner, we went to Oasis 21. We walked around the main floor first before taking the elevator to the observation deck. She finally saw why I wanted to go there. 

Oasis 21 has a large glass oval roof that has a pool of water in the middle. I love the lighting at night too!

I love the views from above and we got to see the Nagoya TV Tower too!

13 comments

  1. Wow, I love vibrant lightings at night! They always have such a cool vibe! I feel like observation decks are one of those things you don't really know about unless you actively look into what kind of sightseeing options are in your city. I bet your friend was surprised to see a new aspect of Oasis 21!

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    1. Yes she was. But I am equally the same in Toronto.

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  2. Soooooo pretty!!! My hubs loved his time in Japan, I desperately want to visit!!!

    xo Lo

    Blissful Happenings

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  3. Great view! Thanks for your tip on this rooftop view ma'am. I hope I get to visit Japan soon...

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  5. The photos are just gorgeous!!! I wish I could also visit Japan!!!!

    xx jhanzey.net

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  6. Japan has been in my travel list since forever. I haven't heard of this place tho, and now I'm glad I do. I'm bookmarking this for future references.

    xo, Richel V.

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  7. Oasis 21 sounds very interesting! Hope you guys had fun!

    Rae | Love from Berlin

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