Luggage Storage Nagoya

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Nagoya Luggage Storage Guide 2021

Are you wondering, "Where can I store my luggage in Nagoya?" Perhaps you just arrived in Nagoya and need a place to store your bags before you check into your hotel or AirBnB -- or maybe you just checked out and don't want to drag your bags around with you for the rest of the day.

Don't worry, there are plenty of options for luggage storage in Nagoya!

Luggage storage nearby most Nagoya hotspots

Bounce is one of the largest luggage storage networks in Nagoya and the world.

Featured in The Boston Globe, Techcrunch and Forbes, Bounce is present in more than 100 cities. We partner with local hotels and shops to open up space for you to drop off your bags in essentially any major neighborhood.

Our team vets each location and provides all the security measures including insurance, security seals, and well-trained staff.

Bounce is the #1-rated bag storage network with thousands of 5-star reviews. Many of our shops are open for luggage storage 24/7 but this varies by location… we strategically open new spots so you can find the closest location to temporarily store your bags. Our prices in Nagoya start at just $5.90/day.

Book through our website or mobile app (required) so that we can cover you with insurance, space availability, and our 24/7 customer support. We love to travel as much as you so we make it as easy as possible! There are no size limits for suitcases or backpacks stored with Bounce. For less than a cup of coffee per bag, you can enjoy your entire day without dragging your bags with you!

Why is Bounce the best luggage storage provider in Nagoya?

Various locations throughout Nagoya

$5,000 Bounce Guarantee on each booking to protect your belongings

Vetted store locations to ensure trust and safety

2 minute booking process online or via mobile app, then just walk in and check your bags in

Thousands of 5 star reviews, hundreds of thousands of bags stored

How do I store luggage in Nagoya with Bounce?

You can store your luggage very quickly and easily. Simply select a location here. Find the shop that meets your preferences in terms of location & hours. Once you’ve chosen a location, you can book in under 2 minutes. We’ll ask for payment details upfront, but you can cancel your reservation if you end up not needing it.

Space does fill up so booking before you go there is required, but you can show up right away. With your booking confirmation in hand, we’ll give you the exact details and directions to the shop. Once there, all you have to do is show your booking confirmation and we’ll tag and check in your bags.

You’re now free to enjoy Nagoya without your things!

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More about Nagoya

Store Your Luggage Around Nagoya With Bounce

Nagoya is the largest city within the Chubu region of Japan and is the capital city of the Aichi Prefecture. The city is 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 and subsequently 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 was over, Nagoya was successfully rebuilt and continued serving as a major port. The city has become a center for aviation and automotive, 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 plethora of 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 who’s looking to explore the best of Japan, including Nagoya? Whatever you’re purpose for visiting is, you can make your trip as hassle-free as possible by using Bounce’s temporary storage services.

Luggage Storage in Nagoya 

Bounce has proudly teamed up with a number of local businesses all over Nagoya, including strategically-located establishments such as museums, hotels, and restaurants. Through these partners, Bounce users can easily store their luggage, be it for a few hours or several days. All you have to do is open the Bounce app and find a location that’s convenient for you. Then, proceed to your chosen location and drop off your luggage there.

Nagoya City Guide

Top Things to Do

While it is 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. From its rich history, marvelous architecture, cultural experiences, and diverse food scene, you won’t run out of things to do when 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 and culture vultures, the following museums are definitely worth checking out:

  • Tokugawa Art Museum: One of, if not Nagoya’s most popular museum, the Tokugawa Art Museum is a great place to learn about the history of the city. 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 put on display annually for a limited time. The Tokugawa Family amassed massive wealth during the Edo Period, and the family’s collection includes valuable artifacts such as samurai armors 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. (Bag policy: Guests may not bring large bags or backpacks inside the facility. As an alternative, find a Bounce location near the museum and leave your things there.)

  • 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. (Bag policy: Oversized bags or luggage are prohibited inside the galleries. Instead, drop off your things at a Bounce partner within the area.)

  • 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. (Bag policy: The museum imposes size limits on guests’ bags. To avoid any issues, leave your things with Bounce before your visit.)


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

  • Meieki: The neighborhood of Meieki 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. You can also find other retail options such as bookstores, record shops, and a Takashimaya department store.


Nagoya has one of the most diverse and fantastic dining scenes in the country of 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:  

  • Local food: 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 misokatsu, and the best place to try it is at Misokatsu Yabaton. Other local restaurants that you should try are Kishimen Sumiyoshi (for their kishimen), Nonkiya (for the detoni), Atsuta (for the hitsumaushi), and Sekai no Yama Chan (for the tebasaki). 

  • European cuisine: If you’re craving a more familiar and international flavor, don’t fret because Nagoya is filled with high-quality European restaurants. Some noteworthy dining spots in the city include Mikuni Nagoya (French), Bistrot Coba, (French), Cala Carmen (Spanish-Mediterranean), Diavolo e Bambina (Italian) and Gaburico (Italian).

  • Japanese desserts: They say there’s always room for dessert, and a dining experience in Nagoya will not be complete without having some of Japan’s famous traditional sweets. Some of Nagoya’s best dessert joints include Cafè Vincennes Deux, Chez Shibata Nagoya, Yoshimitsu, Patisserie Gramme, and Fortissimo Ash.

Frequently asked questions

  • How much does luggage storage cost in Nagoya?

    The price for luggage storage in Nagoya is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Nagoya?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $5,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Nagoya.

  • Are there storage lockers in Nagoya?

    Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Nagoya. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Nagoya where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $5,000 Bounce Gurantee.

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