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Meitetsu Seto Line Aichi - Japan All Over Travel Guide

Meitetsu Seto Line Aichi - Japan All Over Travel Guide

The Meitetsu Seto Line runs from Sakaemachi Station close to Oasis 21 in central Nagoya to Owari Seto Station in Seto, Aichi.

Rubbish Discarded Garbage Recycled in Japan | JapanFilms

Rubbish Discarded Garbage Recycled in Japan | JapanFilms

Rubbish Discarded Garbage Recycled in Japan | JapanFilms

Coronavirus Covid-19 Life in Nagoya | JapanFilms

Coronavirus Covid-19 Life in Nagoya | JapanFilms

Coronavirus Covid-19 Life in Nagoya | JapanFilms

Nagoya City Art Museum - Japan All Over

Nagoya City Art Museum - Japan All Over Travel Guide

Nagoya City Art Museum in Fushimi, Nagoya, not far from the Hilton Hotel, has a small permanent collection of contemporary western and Japanese art.

Meijo Line Nagoya Subway | JapanVisitor Japan Travel Guide

Meijo Line Nagoya Subway

Meijo Line Nagoya Subway | JapanVisitor Japan Travel Guide

Aviation Museums in Japan | JapanVisitor Japan Travel Guide

Aviation Museums in Japan

Aviation Museums in Japan | JapanVisitor Japan Travel Guide

Aviation Museums in Japan | JapanVisitor Japan Travel Guide

Aviation Museums in Japan

Aviation Museums in Japan | JapanVisitor Japan Travel Guide

Nagoya Noh Theater - Japan All Over Travel Guide

Nagoya Noh Theater: the impressive, modern hall was completed in 1997. It houses a 630-seat theater with a traditional Noh stage.

Maeda Toshiie

Maeda Toshiie was a leading samurai warrior of the Sengoku (Warring States) Period of Japanese history and a vassal of Oda Nobunaga.

Tokoname, Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

Tokoname

Tokoname: read a guide to Tokoname in Aichi Prefecture famous for its ceramic production and historic kilns.

Nagoya Temples & Shrines | JapanVisitor Japan Travel Guide

Nagoya Temples & Shrines

Nagoya temples & shrines: see a listing of Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture including Atsuta Shrine and Osu Kannon Temple.

Higashi Betsuin

Higashi Betsuin Temple

Higashi Betsuin Temple in Nagoya in Aichi Prefecture, central Japan, is a large sub-temple of Higashi Honganji Temple in Kyoto.

Osu Kannon Guide | JapanVisitor Japan Travel Guide

Osu Kannon Guide

Osu Kannon: read a guide to the Osu Kannon area of Nagoya famous for its electronic shops, international restaurants, fashion arcades and the historic Osu Kannon temple.

Toyota Stadium Aichi Prefecture

Toyota Stadium Aichi Prefecture - Japan All Over Travel Guide

Toyota Stadium in Toyota, Aichi Prefecture, not far from Nagoya, is one of Japan's premier sports stadiums with a capacity of 41,000 seats.

Bitte German Cafe & Bakery

Bitte German Cafe & Bakery - Japan All Over Travel Guide

Bitte German Cafe & Bakery ビッテ If you are in search of a German ambiance and authentic German bread, coffee and cakes, Bitte is the place to come.

Futaba Museum Nagoya

Futaba Museum Former House of Sadayakko Kawakami - Japan All Over Travel Guide

The Futaba Museum, the two-story house of actress Sadayakko Kawakami and industrialist Momosuke Fukuzawa, is the highlight of Nagoya's Cultural Path.