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Rated 4.9 by 568,458+ people

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    Check in by showing your confirmation to a store employee and drop off your bags.

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    Do whatever you’d like, then show your confirmation to pick up your stuff.

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asked questions

  • How much does luggage storage cost in Nagoya?

    We charge from ¥515 per day (24 hours) for luggage storage in Nagoya.

  • Does Nagoya have luggage lockers?

    Yes, but they're not always the best option. Luggage lockers can fill up quickly and may be unavailable when you need them. Some luggage lockers may be too small to fit large or bulky items. Unlike luggage lockers, we don't charge per hour and instead charge a flat rate for 24 hours of storage. We also have partners who watch over your stuff to make sure it's safe, and can answer any questions you may have or give you advice on what to do in Nagoya.

  • How does Bounce luggage storage work?

    We partner with local businesses around the world who have secure spaces to store luggage for travelers. Just tell us how many bags you have and when you need storage, and we'll show you convenient places you can keep your stuff safe while you explore.

    Booking online is super easy and only takes a couple of minutes. To keep our partners and your stuff safe, we'll show you the address of the store once you book online. When you're ready, head to the store and show the Bounce Partner your booking confirmation so they can take your bags and securely store them right away. Then you can enjoy your day without having to worry about your bags!

    To pick up your bags, show the Bounce Partner your booking confirmation and they'll hand over your stuff. That's it!
  • Where is my luggage stored?

    We only partner with trusted businesses who have a dedicated, secure place to keep your luggage safe. Some businesses may store luggage behind a counter that's off-limits to customers, while others may have storage rooms or closets for your luggage. But no matter where you choose to leave your luggage, our partners will keep it safe.

  • What can I store with Bounce?

    Luggage, backpacks, gym bags, and more! Bounce is like having a personal storage facility for your stuff anywhere you go, so you can leave much more than just luggage with us. Whether you want to store your luggage after checking out of your Airbnb or want to drop off your work bag before hitting happy hour, we've got you covered.

    We don't charge extra for oversized items, but some special items might need to be approved before you can store them. For example, surfboards, guitars, car seats, bicycles, or skis take up a lot of space, so let us know if you have them. We can check with the Bounce Partner for you to make sure they have room for your stuff.
  • Is there hourly luggage storage in Nagoya?

    Yes, but many companies charge per hour and costs can add up fast. We charge one price for 24 hours of storage, so storing your stuff is more affordable in Nagoya.

  • How long can I leave my luggage with Bounce?

    Whether you need storage for a couple of hours or a couple of days, we've got you covered! Just put in the dates and times you need luggage storage and we'll show you all of the available locations on our map. For long-term storage lasting more than a week, reach out to us and we'll help you find a convenient location.

    If you're already storing your stuff but you need more time, you can add more time from your booking details page. Just make sure the store will be open and you can get your bags before your new pickup time.
  • How do I change or cancel my booking?

    Plans change, we get it! If you need to change or cancel your booking for any reason, the best way to do it is from your booking details page in the Bounce app. You can edit the dates, drop-off and pick-up times, and number of bags. You can also cancel your booking or rebook at a nearby store. If you can't find your booking details, check the email address you used to make your booking. You can change your booking by following the link there, or reach out to us if you need support.


Store your luggage around Nagoya with Bounce

Nagoya is the largest city in the Chubu region of Japan and the capital of the Aichi Prefecture. It’s also the fourth-biggest incorporated city in the country and ranks third in Japan’s most populous urban areas. Situated on the Pacific Coast, Nagoya plays an important role as a chief port for Japan. 

In 1889, during the Meiji Restoration, Nagoya was declared a city. Subsequently, it was transformed into a key industrial hub for the country, known for manufacturing textiles, ceramics, and the like. However, like most parts of Japan, Nagoya was heavily damaged by US air raids and bombings during the Second World War.

After the war, Nagoya was successfully rebuilt and continued serving as a major port. Since then, the city has become a center for the aviation and automotive industries, with big brands such as Toyota and Lexus establishing their headquarters here. In addition, Nagoya is also one of Japan’s most popular tourist destinations due to its world-class cultural institutions. 

Are you visiting Nagoya for a business trip? Are you a local who wants to see more of your country? Or maybe you’re a visitor looking to explore the best of Japan, including Nagoya. Whatever your purpose, you can make your trip as hassle-free as possible by using Bounce’s temporary luggage storage service.

Luggage storage in Nagoya 

At Bounce, we’ve proudly partnered with several local businesses all over Nagoya, including strategically located establishments such as shops, hotels, and restaurants. Through these partners, we’ve created luggage storage facilities where users can easily store luggage, be it for just a few hours or several days. 

To make the most of your day while you tour attractions like Nagoya Castle and the Nagoya Port area, travel light and luggage free. Use the Bounce app to find nearby locations that are convenient for you. Proceed to your chosen location, drop off backpacks and bags, and see the terrific sights of the city.

Nagoya city guide

Top things to do in Nagoya

While it’s often overshadowed by other Japanese cities like Tokyo and Osaka, Nagoya offers plenty of opportunities for fun and adventure and is a city that you shouldn’t sleep on. With its rich history, marvelous architecture, cultural experiences, and diverse food scene, you won’t run out of things to do in Nagoya. 

Museums in Nagoya

Because of its rich and colorful history, it’s no surprise that Nagoya is home to numerous museums and cultural establishments that tell the story of the city’s heritage. For history buffs, the following museums are worth checking out:

Tokugawa Art Museum

One of the most popular museums in Nagoya is the Tokugawa Art Museum, which is also a great place to learn about the city's history. The museum has a collection of over 100,000 treasures owned by the Owari Tokugawa family, including the national treasure “The Picture Scroll of Tale of Genji,” which is displayed annually for a limited time. 

The Tokugawa Family amassed massive wealth during the Edo Period, and their collection includes valuable artifacts such as samurai armor and swords, noh masks, scrolls, costumes, and more. Next to the museum is the lush Tokugawa Garden, a great place to visit after touring the museum.

Tokugawa Art Museum bag policy

This museum has no clear bag policy, but most places restrict what can be brought into the exhibits. There are storage lockers on site, but any bags that can’t fit into the lockers must be left at the museum shop. A more convenient solution is to leave all of your things together at one of our luggage storage locations. They’ll be safe and secure while you’re out and about.

Nagoya City Art Museum

Established in 1988 and designed by prominent architect Kurokawa Kishu, the Nagoya City Art Museum is one of Nagoya’s most fascinating museums. Situated on the northwest side of Shirakawa Park, the museum is home to a collection of local and international works. These works are divided into four categories—Contemporary Art, Ecole de Paris, Local Artists, and Mexican Renaissance. Some of the artists whose works are featured in the museum are Yamamoto Kansuke, Amedeo Modigliani, Frida Kahlo, Maurice Utrillo, and Marc Chagall.

Nagoya City Art Museum bag policy

The Nagoya City Art Museum doesn’t specify its bag policy. Book baggage storage at a Bounce partner facility in advance of your visit. We can handle all your belongings, from backpacks and suitcases to strollers and skateboards.

Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art

Found in the downtown Sakae District, the Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art is an urban-style facility that mainly exhibits pieces from the 20th century. The museum’s incredible collection features about 7,700 artworks from famous Japanese and foreign artists, including the likes of Picasso, Gustav Klimt, Matisse, and Taikan Yokoyama.

Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art bag policy

It’s unclear what items customers can bring into the museum, but there are sometimes size limits on backpacks and bags. We have plenty of luggage storage options where you can leave large bags or other things that you don’t want to carry around with you.

Some museums ask guests to store bags in their luggage lockers during their visit. If you don’t want to be restricted by their opening hours or want to store your luggage for longer as you do some more sightseeing, simply book luggage storage with us.

Shopping in Nagoya

The shopping scene in Nagoya is exciting and diverse—choices range from major department stores and shopping malls to independent vendors and boutiques. To get the most out of your retail experience in the city, check out the following shopping areas:

Sakae District

Sakae is one of Nagoya’s core entertainment and shopping areas and is popular with the younger crowd, particularly students. One of the area’s key retail spots is the Oasis 21, a spaceship-like building home to several trendy stores and boutiques. Other notable shopping destinations in Sakae include the Lashic and Mitsukoshi department stores, the Sakae underground arcade, and the Sunshine Sakae mall.

Osu Shotengai

Osu Shotengai is located next to the subway station and is a vibrant commercial and shopping district in Nagoya. This shopping street is lined with over 1,200 local shops and businesses and is the best place in the city to get great bargain deals. The district has practically anything one wants—from electronics and appliances to secondhand clothes and handicrafts. Osu Shotengai is a must-visit for shopaholics who want to maximize their budget.


The Meieki neighborhood is home to some of Nagoya’s newest shops and retail areas. The district’s crown jewel is the ultra-modern shopping complex Midland Square. It features many upscale and luxury brands, such as Chloe and Louis Vuitton. Other retail options include bookstores, record shops, and a Takashimaya department store.

It’ll be hard to go shopping while carrying your suitcase, and you’ll need somewhere to stash your shopping bags after your spree. You can’t do much when your hands are full, so stop by any of our convenient locations for left luggage storage when you need to lighten your load.

Restaurants in Nagoya

Nagoya has one of the most diverse and fantastic dining scenes in Japan. Foodies from everywhere would have a field day sampling the best that the city has to offer. Whether you’re thinking of trying the local food or want to go international, these are the spots you have to visit:  

Misokatsu Yabaton

Nagoya is a top foodie destination in Japan, and there’s no way that you should leave the city without sampling the finest Japanese dishes. One of the city’s most famous dishes is the miso katsu, and the best place to try it is at Misokatsu Yabaton. The restaurant is simple and welcoming, offering a casual dining experience to hungry tourists and locals.

Nadai Kishimen Sumiyoshi

Nadai Kishimen Sumiyoshi is another great restaurant for tourists looking to taste the local flavors of Nagoya. As you can tell by its name, this restaurant specializes in kishimen, a flat noodle with crinkled edges most commonly found in this city. The restaurant is located by the train station building, and it’s a good spot to grab a quick meal.

Atsuta Horaiken

Many people claim that Atsuta Horaiken is the best restaurant in the city for trying hitsumaushi, a dish made with grilled eel. In fact, this eatery is said to be the one that created the different ways of eating the food. If you want to try this tasty dish for yourself, be sure to stop by at least once for a meal. The restaurant is simple with large windows and a zen atmosphere.

You can’t bring suitcases and large bags into many restaurants since they take up valuable space. Use our luggage storage service to keep your things out of the way as you eat.

Leave your bags stored and explore Nagoya hands free

With shopping, dining, and sightseeing galore, a trip to Nagoya is a real treat. To see the best of everything, use a Bounce storage facility to stow non-essentials while out and about. Strategically placed locations close to transportation hubs, like train stations such as Nagoya Station, and most of the top sights in the city make it easier to find luggage storage in Nagoya.

If Nagoya is just one stop on your journey around Japan, you should know that we have more locations for baggage storage in other cities, such as Osaka, Narita, and Tokyo. Use our baggage storage services wherever you go next, and check our guides to read our travel tips for your destination.

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