Greater Nagoya offers an excellent quality of life.
Compared to Tokyo, both rent and residential land are less expensive, and living space is much greater. In addition, short commute times add to the overall quality of life
For those who don’t speak Japanese, there are ample services and facilities. There’s an international school in Nagoya that offers K-12 schooling in English.
Medical services in Greater Nagoya meet the highest international standards and many are equipped to provide services in non-Japanese languages, enhancing peace of mind for foreign residents.
Greater Nagoya offers historical tradition as well as the blessings of nature. This region gave birth to three of Japan’s great shoguns, Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, and Tokugawa Ieyasu. Here you can bask in history, culture, and many kinds of traditional arts and crafts.
Greater Nagoya was surrounded by oceans and mountains, and offers many leisure facilities. Leisure and sports could be enjoyed year round, whatever the season.