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Aichi : TownNet

TownNet directory of Aichi. General information, travel, regions, events, shopping, business, and more.


A full featured site with a lot of information about Aichi and Nagoya. Includes a bilingual search engine. Also offers entertainment news and classifieds.

Gamagori City

"Marine City of the 21st Century." Surrounded by scenic Mikawa Bay, with mild climate and natural beauty, Gamagori is developing toward the 21st century.

Iwakura City, Aichi Prefecture

Iwakura is located roughly in the centre of Japan.It takes about 20 minutes by car from Nagoya Airport and 15 minutes by train from Nagoya Station.

Kariya City, Aichi Prefecture

Kariya City located roughly in the center of Aichi Prefecture, has Nagoya to the west, and the abundant nature of the Mikawa Bay National Park to the east. Kariya enjoys a mild, pleasant climate and has three rivers flowing through the city.

Kasugai City, Aichi Prefecture

The City of Kasugai, a satellite city of Nagoya City, has been making efforts to create a pleasant living environment whilst retaining the city's natural beauty.

Katch Net

Cable internet service provider located in Aichi Prefecture (in Japanese).

Nagoya, Aichi, Central Japan News

Online magazine for Central Japan/Chubu. News and information on Nagoya, Aichi, Mie, Gifu, Nagano, Fukui and more.

Okazaki City Homepage

Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture; city news, leisure, events. (Japanese)

Seto City, Aichi Prefecture

Scenically located in the rolling hills of central Japan, Seto is renowned as one of the country's foremost ceramics producing centers. (Japanese)

Toyohashi City, Aichi Prefecture

Toyohashi City is situated on the southeastern edge of Aichi Prefecture. The city borders with Shizuoka Prefecture and the Yumihari Mountains. To the south of the city is the Pacific Ocean, and the city opens to Mikawa Bay in the west

Yamasa Institute, Aichi Prefecture

Aichi Center for Japanese Studies is a non-profit, specialist center for Japanese studies based at the Yamasa Institute in the city of Okazaki, Aichi Prefecture.

Yuya Kanko Hotel Senzankaku, Horai City, Aichi Prefecture

Ryokan, or traditional Japanese inn, featuring onsen bathing, seasonal dining, hiking through wooded mountains, and rest and relaxation in tatami-furnished rooms.