Area: Aichi (Page3)
Autumn is the season of colours all around us. The red, orange and yellow colours of various trees and plants provide a feast everyone’s eye. Every mountain, valley and the pathways of Japan will be adorned with beautiful colours by the nature.
September 30, 2015
The Higashiyama Park of Nagoya is the place where Nagoya’s Zoo and the Botanical Gardens are situated. Apart from the zoo and botanical gardens, there is an amusement area for the kids, monorails to travel inside the park area, a huge sky tower etc.
September 11, 2015
Meiji Mura is an open air architectural museum situated at Inuyama of Aichi Prefecture. It is a museum with historically important buildings of Meiji period of Japan. Most of the structures found in this museum are bought from various parts of Japan and they are rebuilt here.
August 29, 2015
It was in the early spring season that we went to Minamichita, a beach town of the Aichi prefecture. When we entered the Minamichita area, we could see the blue sea on one side of the road all over our way.
August 27, 2015
Atsuta Shrine, commonly referred to as Atsuta-Jingu or Atsuta-Sama is a Shinto shrine hidden within Nagoya, Aichi and is often known as one of the three main shrines of Honshu island, the others being Meiji Shrine in Tokyo and Ise Shrine in Mie.
August 2, 2015
On your list of ‘must eats’ add yakiimo (baked sweet potato). Marujun Yakiiimo in Hekinan is open from 10am to 7pm Tuesday through Sunday. They have a variety of about 30 potatoes sourced from all over Japan. The variety changes seasonally and you can choose from an assortment of 5 or 6 that can be sampled daily.
July 5, 2015
Aichi, Japan. Home to approximately 7 million people, Aichi isn't exactly the first place people think of when Japan is mentioned, but that doesn't detract from the sheer amount of things to see and do. Geographically, Aichi is surrounded by the mountains which border Nagano, Gifu and Mie prefecture, so naturally it's a hikers dream. For those that are looking to get out and about in Aichi, here's a guide off the beaten path.
June 27, 2015
Okazaki is an old castle town located close to Nagoya in Aichi Prefecture, Central Japan. It is famous for its delicious eggs and for being the birthplace of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the first Tokugawa Shogun of Japan.
June 20, 2015
Japan. Home of the super city and top living standards. It’s easy to believe that the cost of living in one of the many metropolises is high. In terms of food, while you can go out and pay a lot of money for a special dish, it is fairly easy to eat out for under ¥1000, although in some cases it does require adjustment to a Japanese diet. Here is a breakdown of some of the more interesting yet affordable dishes you can enjoy in Nagoya.
June 20, 2015
Inuyama is a gorgeous large town by western standards. It is located in Aichi Prefecture. There is plenty to eat, see and soak up in one day. It is a simple place to reach for visitors from Kyoto and Nagoya and is a thirty minute train journey from both Nagoya and Gifu City.
June 19, 2015
Walking through the park is a pleasant experience. It’s a spacious grassy park neatly kept and perfect for picnicking, so feel free to pack a lunch. There are also a few soft drink vending machines for your convenience and bathrooms located near the entrance.
June 18, 2015