Aichi prefecture is one of the main stoneware industry spots, and some notable old oven destinations, for example, Savage, Seto, Atsumi, and Tokoname are there. Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Museum was established in 1978, the time of prefectural centennial, at a slope of Seto-city.
Aichi Prefecture Forest Park is situated in the immense woodland of around 468 hectares that spread to Owariasahi City and Nagoya City Moriyama-ku in Owari Hills, with general stop, greenhouse, sports offices tennis courts, ball and arrow based weaponry fields, horse riding offices, and games squares, and golf offices.
You can likewise appreciate the occasional articulations of nature, for example, greenery phlox in spring, new green leaves in summer, and shaded leaves in autumn.The ski resort Chausuyama Kogen – Toyone-mura is situated in the Aichi Prefecture. Chausuyamakogen Ski Area is a famous resort of Japan. many people came here with family and friends.
Gifu Park (Gifu Koen) Gifu Park, a short bus journey from Gifu JR or Meitetsu stations, also has the Nawa Insect Museum (Tel: 058 263 0038) with over 12,000 species of insects on display and the Gifu City Museum of History (Tel: 058 265 0010), which has displays on the history of Gifu, particularly the Warring States period and the rise of Oda Nobunaga as well as exhibits of local crafts and industries.
…Japanese firms, led by the Toyota Motor Corporation, developed radically different approaches to the management of inventories. Coined the “just-in-time” approach, the basic element of the new systems was the dramatic reduction of inventories throughout the total production system.
The park includes the free Toyota Kuragaike Commemorative Hall, another museum showcasing the development of the Toyota company from textiles to motor cars. Buses run hourly from Toyota-shi Station to Kuraigaike Park. Matsudaira-go, also in the east of Toyota City, is an area of historic interest and natural beauty.
Iwasaki Castle is situated in Nisshin-shi on a little slope only outside of Nagoya. Nisshin is presently a semi-rustic suburb toward the northeast of Nagoya from Nagoya Station take the Higashiyama Line metro and change at Fushimi Station for the Tsurumai Line to Akaike Station.
One attraction at Korankei that is independent of the autumn colors is the Sanshu Asuke Yashiki Village, which preserves many old houses in a village-like atmosphere. Visitors can participate in one of the many workshops held in the various houses, and try to make some handicrafts such as bamboo baskets, straw sandals, indigo dyed handkerchiefs and washi paper postcards.
Antennas on Mount Mikuni on the border of Gifu and Aichi The Mount Mikuni separating Gifu and Aichi prefectures is located in Gifu's Toki and Aichi's Toyota. It is 701 m (2,300 ft) in height and received its name because it was located on the border of the former provinces of Mino, Owari and Mikawa.
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.
Shiroyama Park (城山公園, Shiroyama Kōen) is a park in downtown Kagoshima that extends over Mount Shiroyama. With an elevation of 107 meters, the mountain formerly served as the site of a castle fortification, which led to its name. Shiroyama literally means "castle mountain" in Japanese.
Sherwood Park Toyota provides excellent sales and service with a premium selection of new Toyota and Scion cars as well as quality used cars at fair prices. Sherwood Park Toyota provides excellent sales and service with a premium selection of new Toyota and Scion cars as well as quality used cars at fair prices.
The Toyota Municipal Museum of Art is known for its high-quality collection and unique exhibitions, and art lovers from Tokyo and Osaka often come here for the exhibitions. The Aichi Triennale to be held in 2016, centered on Nagoya, should bring the Museum greater attention as a satellite location for art.