Midland Square is a 47-story, 247-meter-high building in front of Nagoya Station.
Midland Square's "Midland" means the Chubu region and is the tallest high-rise building in Aichi Prefecture.
There is an outdoor observation deck on the 44th to 46th floors, where you can enjoy the scenery and night view of Nagoya city.
How do I get to the Sky Promenade?
From the 1st floor of the office building (main building), take the see-through double deck shuttle elevator to the 42nd floor where the reception is located.
As the name says, it is an elevator with a two-story ride space, and it is a rare elevator nationwide.
By the way, if you take the "see-through double deck shuttle elevator" from the B1F, you will reach the 41st floor, so please be careful because you will arrive on the lower floor where the reception of the observation deck is located.
What is the sky promenade like?
There is glass on the side of the observation deck, but there is no ceiling and you can see the sky.
The wind is blowing and I feel like I'm on the clouds.
The scenery outside will be through the glass.
When you can take a night view, the frame of the glass is a little disturbing, so the frame does not enter, and it becomes a form of shooting while preventing reflection, and it may be a little difficult.
What is the view from the Sky Promenade?
Lunch view from sky promenade (observation deck)
You can overlook almost 360° nagoya city area, and it can be said that it is the tallest high-rise building in Nagoya, and the cityscape of Sakae and the skyscrapers in front of Nagoya Station can be seen well.
It is a little far away, but you can also see Nagoya Castle and Nagoya Dome.
Night view from sky promenade (observation deck)
The city of Nagoya is the eyes of a board, so if you look at it from this observation deck, you can see the scenery where the road extends like a line of light, and it is a superb view.
It was a little far away, but I could see the light-up of Nagoya Castle.
Midland Square Drive and Parking Information
How to get to Midland Square
There is a Nagoya Expressway in the vicinity, and it is a good place to access.
Estimated time required when using a high-speed road
From Osaka: usually 2 hours 10 minutes to 2 hours 40 minutes (175 km)
from Tokyo: usually 4 hours 10 minutes to 4 hours 50 minutes (350 km)
Midland Square Car Park
Paid parking is available for general vehicles on the 2nd basement floor of Midland Square and the 3rd basement floor.
Capacity: 151 cars (general: B2F, B3F) Parking
fee: 330 yen (tax included) every 30 minutes
The place around here where Midland Square is located is in front of Nagoya Station by saying "Mei-eki".
Because it is in the city, it is also recommended to use coin parking and multi-storey parking lot in the vicinity.
In 2018, when I visited, there were several coin parking lots near Mei Station, but the number of parking lots may be increasing or decreasing compared to that time due to redevelopment.
Sky Promenade | Midland