Aichi GuideAichi is a prefecture in the Chubu region of Japan and was the host of Expo 2005. The new Chubu Centrair International Airport, just south of Nagoya, is the main international gateway. HotelsFind hotels in Nagoya, Inuyama, Okazaki, Toyohashi and more.
Popular in AichiNagoyaNagoya is the capital and largest city of Aichi prefecture, in the Chubu region of Honshu.
In AichiInuyamaInuyama is a city near Nagoya, Japan. Inuyama is the terminal station on the Meitetsu Inuyama Line. OkazakiOkazaki is located midway between Nagoya and Toyohashi, in the center of Aichi prefecture. SetoSeto in Northern Aichi prefecture is synonymous with ceramics in Japan. This city is home to several ceramic artists and companies. ToyohashiToyohashi is a city located in Aichi prefecture in Honshu, Japan. Toyohashi, centrally located between the main metropolis cities of Tokyo and Osaka, is known for its port, the largest for the import/export of automobiles in Japan. IchinomiyaIchinomiya is a city in Aichi - after expansion in 2005 to include nearby Bisai and Kisogawa, it is the 4th largest city in the prefecture. NagakuteNagakute is an area in the eastern part of Nagoya city in Aichi prefecture, Japan. AsukeAsuke is former town and current district of Toyota. The town of Asuke flourished in the past as a post station located along the trail used to transport salt. FujigaokaFujigaoka is an area in the eastern part of Nagoya city in Aichi prefecture, Japan. TaharaTahara is a city in Aichi. Aichi's southernmost town, Tahara has in recent years absorbed the towns of Akabane and Atsumi to become a single city of about 66,000. ToyotaToyota is a city in Aichi in Japan, close to Nagoya. Toyota is - unsurprisingly - the seat of the headquarter of the namesake car company and several car factories.
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