This proud historical palace is the most recognizable landmark in Nagoya.
A nice Buddhist temple built in the 14th century hides a vast collection of classical Japanese and Chinese books, including very old hand…
The Nagoya City Science Museum is a museum located in Sakae, Nagoya, the center of Nagoya City, in central Japan.
The symbol of Nagoya from which you can get the best views of the city.
Atsuta Shrine is a Shinto shrine traditionally believed to have been established during the reign of Emperor Keikō located in Atsuta-ku,…
A vast Japanese-style garden, full of streams and small ponds with flocks of waterbirds that you can feed with your children.
The Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology, also known as Toyota Tecno Museum, is a technology museum located in Nishi-ku…
Nagoya City Archives is a historic building located in the city of Nagoya, central Japan.
The Tokugawa Garden is a Japanese garden in the city of Nagoya, central Japan. It is located next to the Tokugawa Art Museum.
Toyota Stadium is a 45,000 seat retractable roof stadium in Toyota, Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
Kiyosu Castle is a Japanese castle located in Kiyosu, eastern Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
Okazaki Castle is a Japanese castle located in Okazaki, Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
Tahara Castle is a Japanese castle located in Tahara, southern Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
Nishio Castle is a Japanese castle located in Nishio, eastern Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
Matsuo Bashō, born 松尾 金作, then Matsuo Chūemon Munefusa, was the most famous poet of the Edo period in Japan.
Empress Jitō was the 41st monarch of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession.Jitō's reign spanned the years from 686…
National Route 1 is a major highway on the island of Honshū in Japan. It connects Chūō, Tokyo in the Kantō region with the city of Osaka,…
The Kuroda Dam is a dam in the city of Toyota in the Aichi Prefecture of Japan.
Nishio Station is a railway station in the city of Nishio, Aichi, Japan, operated by Meitetsu.
Mount Hongū is a mountain located on the border of three cities in Aichi Prefecture, Toyokawa, Okazaki, and Shinshiro.