Visit Aichi Prefecture

The Aichi Prefecture of Japan is located in the Chubu region of the main island. This prefecture is known for its wide variety of attractions, ranging from urban centers to serene nature spots. Nagoya, the capital city of Aichi, offers a diverse mix of shopping and entertainment that appeal to visitors from all over the world. To experience some traditional Japanese culture, visitors should make sure to visit Inuyama Castle and Tokugawa Art Museum while in town.

For a more relaxed atmosphere, explore Takayama Village and its quaint streets lined with old wooden houses or wander around Okazaki Castle Park with its lush gardens and historical buildings. And don't miss out on the beautiful Lake Hamana for breathtaking scenery and fishing opportunities.

One interesting fact about Aichi Prefecture is that it was home to Japan's first successful silk production center during the Edo period (1603-1867). It was also an important stronghold during World War II as an airplane manufacturing plant was built here as well as multiple naval bases along its coastlines.