Expo 2005 was the World's Fair held for 185 days between Friday, March 25 and Sunday, September 25, 2005, in Aichi Prefecture, Japan, east of the city of Nagoya. It was a Specialized International Exhibition under the scheme of the 1972 protocol of the Convention relating to International Exhibitions.
Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Museum Address: 234 Minamiyamaguchicho, Seto City (Seto-shi) [35 minutes from Nagoya by way of the Meitetsu Seto Line], Aichi Prefecture 489-0965, Japan [Geo Coordinate: 35.185798999999996,137.097454] Access by public transport is from Fujigaoka Station on the Higashiyama Line by Meitetsu Bus to Toji Shiryokan (Ceramic Museum) stop.
The Aigi Tunnel (愛岐トンネル, Aigi Tonneru) is a 73.28 metres (240.4 ft) long railway tunnel located between Zenjino Station and Nishi Kani Station on the Hiromi Line in Japan. It is called Aigi Tunnel as a portmanteau of "Aichi" and "Gifu" because the tunnel is on the border between Aichi (Ai-) Prefecture and Gifu (-gi) Prefecture.
EXPO 2005 will be held in Seto City, Nagakute Town and Toyota City in Aichi Prefecture in an area covering approximately 173 hectares. Transcending national boundaries, they will unite to give collective expression to the themes of EXPO 2005 and combine to present a grand intercultural symphony among the world's peoples and cultures.
Small shrine of a big rock “Iwayado,” Gyomyo-ga-taki Waterfall and Seto Otaki Waterfall scenes of powerful nature are also recommended. On a clear day one can expect an excellent view of Nagoya Station area from Iwasuyama Observatory deck.
At Kozoji change to the Aichi Loop Line and get off at Shin-Seto. Please note that most of the sites and ceramics shops are located near Owari-Seto station and not Shin-Seto. Get Around . Seto is small enough that you can walk to most of the attractions from either Owari-Seto station or from Shin-Seto station.
Miyamae Bridge, Seto city, Aichi. Seto Attractions. Seto has much to see on a day trip from nearby Nagoya during the day and is especially lively if you come durng one of the numerous ceramics festivals held throughout the year to promote the local industry.
Located on the outskirts of Toyota city in Aichi Prefecture, Mt. Sanage is the local outdoor playground for Nagoya hikers, walkers, and trail runners. The peak features ancient temple buildings and fantastic views of the Minami Alps, The Chuo Alps, Mt. Ena, and Hakusan on clear days.
This tool allows you to look up elevation data by searching address or clicking on a live google map. This page shows the elevation information of Seto, Aichi Prefecture, Japan, including elevation map, narometric pressure, longitude, latitude and live map.