THINGS TO DO
Aichi Prefecure, bordered to the west by Western Japan, is known for transportation hub with the station of Shinkansen and international airports. The prefecture has played a role as the economic center of Central Japan, which is especially famous for the automotive industry.
Nagoya, the busy capital of Aichi, has no shortage of options of dining and shopping specifically in Sakae area.
It is also worthy eating its various regional food. At the same time, Nagoya offers historical buildings such as Nagoya Castle and Inuyama Castle.