I always pass by this piece of architectural art everytime I go to Sakae. The Nagoya TV Tower may no longer be accepting visitors recently, but it will never stop awing people with its beauty. It looks look Paris's Eiffel Tower in one glance. It is best to see it at night when it is all lit up. Unfortunately, recently, the local government of Nagoya has stopped lighting up the tower. I don't know the reason why, but yes, they did that. The tower is located inside Hisaya Odori Park and is readily accessible via all types of public and private transportation.
Sakae's oldest landmark is the Nagoya TV Tower, which was completed in the 1950s. It was the first TV tower of its kind in Japan at an impressive 180 meters tall. There is an observation deck at the top, which is much cheaper than the one at Midland Square (but also 100 meters shorter).