Nishi-ku is the western ward of central Nagoya, and one of its oldest. The small historical street Shike-michi runs parallel to the Hori Canal. It was used by merchants during the Edo period and is now a historical property. A museum of the ceramic maker Noritake is located in Nishi Ward, and nearby is also the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology. A popular park are the Shōnai Greens. The Nagoya Lucent Tower, one of the tallest buildings in Japan, is located in the ward.
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