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Sapporo Nagoya Brewery Koyoen



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AREACentral Honshu - Chubu > Nagoya


2-24-10 Chikusa, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya



Operation Hours (Weekdays)

11:30 - 22:00

Operation Hours (Sat, Sun, Holidays)

11:30 - 22:00

Closed Day

Irregular holidays

Access (Nearest Stations)

[In case of using the subway]
10 minute walk from the 6th exit of Fukiage station of Sakura-dori subway line
13 minute walk from Tsurumai station of Tsurumai subway line
13 minute walk from Chikusa station of Higashiyama subway line
[In case of using JR]
13 minute walk from Tsurumai station of JR Chuo Main line
13 minute walk from Chikusa station of JR Chuo Main line


In Koyoen shuttle bus conveniently rides from Tsurumai station so you can reach us without worries.
It receives good reputation from groups and visitors who arrive first time and do not sure about the route. Regular shuttle bus is free. Do not hesitate to use it.


Sapporo Nagoya Brewery constructed in 1926 and in 1931 reception office started its business and it was the origin of "Koyoen". In 1971 Shinden-zukuri (manner of Heian era palatial architecture) 2-story building with 400 seats was opened after renewal. There is 2640 ㎡ garden with growing thick zelkova and camphor trees, beerhall with waterfall and meandering stream. Koyoen was well known as one of the 3 biggest parks in Nagoya along with Shofukaku and Hasshoukan. The name "Koyoen" originates from so called 17,000 ㎡ famous garden Koyoen at Sumidagawa river side in the time of 11th shogun Ienari in Bunka and Bunsei eras (1781~1837). In 1906 Dainippon Biru Co. was used as as a reception of Azumabashi Factory being the part of it. As a connection to this famous park, it is told that Nagoya Factory Facility obtained the name "Koyoen". In addition, the words "To keep a broadminded spirit" representing the meaning were taken from Mencius book, and it is told that it implies "The origin of power of the Universe".