Standing at 247 meters in height, Nagoya's Midland Square is the tallest building in the Tokai region. The venue's Sky Promenade on the 44th to 46th floors offers some fantastic views out over the city and surrounding areas, and a special event this winter adds some stunning projection mapping to the scenery.
The Midland Square Sky Promenade Digital Art Museum is set to include Christmas-themed projection mapping displays spanning a height of three meters, and they will run from 17: 00 until 22: 00 during the event dates (last entry is at 21:30).
Admission to the event is priced at ¥ 800 for adults, ¥500 for those over 65 and for junior high/high school students, and ¥300 for elementary aged students.
Midland Square Sky Promenade is located right in front of the JR Nagoya Station, which is served by various lines including the Tōkaidō Shinkansen, the Tōkaidō Main Line, and the Chūō Main Line.