Street Spots in Aichi Area

  • Uni Mall
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Nakamura-ku Meieki 4-5-26
    An underground mall which connects JR Nagoya Station and International Center Station on the Sakura-dori Line subway. Arranged as a single avenue, the mall is lined with a variety of interesting and convenient fashionable clothing stores, cosmetic shops, and restaurants.
  • Junjo Kirari Tegata no Michi
    Travel / Tourism
    This sightseeing route lets you visit locations used in Junjo Kirari, the NHK drama series that takes place at a hatcho miso manufacturer in Okazaki City. The local tourist information center recommends using the route for touring Okazaki City. The handprints of Aoi Miyazaki and nine of the show's other main actors can be found at key spots along the route. It's a convenient way to tour the city, taking in a hatcho miso brewery, the old townscape, Okazaki Castle's Otemon Gate, a Japanese garden, a cherry blossom spot, and Rokusho-jinja Shrine.
  • Meichika
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi Nagoya-shi Nakamura-ku
    This underground shopping street in 3 Chome, Meieki, Nakamura Ward, Naogoya City is directly accessible from Nagoya station. It has restaurants, fashion shops, variety stores, food shops, etc. It's connected to the UNIMALL underground shopping street and Midland Square commercial facility.
  • Morozaki Fishing Port Morning Market
    Aichi Pref. Chitagunminamichitachou Morozaki Hayashizaki A landmark
    It depends on the weather, but in general the market opens around 8:00 am. The products sold here are offered at very reasonable prices. Each shop sells fresh seafood brought in that very day. You’ll also find an abundant variety of other ocean treats such as dried fish and nori. The jumbo deep fried shrimp, only offered on weekends, is also popular. Children can also have fun here; special events are held where the market’s mascot, Fugu-kichi, makes an appearance.
  • Handa Waterway & Warehouses
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi Pref. Handashi Nakamurachou Around
    There remain numerous historical buildings in an area of warehouses enclosed in black wooden walls along the Handa Waterway in Handa City, Aichi Prefecture. The area prospered in the Edo period with shipping and brewing industries such as sake and vinegar, and even today some of the warehouses along the canal are still in use. There is a strong smell of vinegar in the air which is why the place has been named as one of the 100 most fragrant landscapes in the country. Nearby is the Mizkan Museum, where you can learn about Mizkan’s way of producing vinegar, and the Handa Red Brick Building, where Kabuto beer was produced and now one of the nation's Registered Tangible Cultural Properties.
  • Yakimono no Sanpomichi
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi Pref. Tokonameshi Sakaemachi
    This walking path, which runs from the east side of Tokoname Station on the Meitetsu Airport Line and is brimming with history, has been chosen as one of “beautiful Japan’s top quasi 100 historical experiences.” There are two courses: the 1.6-kilometer A Course and 4-kilometer B Course. The A Course contains rows of workshops with brick chimneys and ovens, and the hilly section of the road utilizes discarded pottery materials. The B Course features an archive, a pottery research facility, and other such sites. Both are full of interesting sights and shopping opportunities.
  • Manrin Alley
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi Pref. Toyotashi Asukechou Shinmachi
    This street is located in Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture. For the purpose of fire prevention, the walls of the townhouses lining the street are plastered and hardened to the eaves, giving a weighty feel to the two-kilometer line of quaint houses. In 2011, the street was chosen as Aichi Prefecture's first ever Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings. Visitors can enjoy walking down this street while viewing historical traces of Asuke's post town. This street was an important place in the lives of the people who passed through here in the past.
  • Kamagaki no Komichi
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi Pref. Setoshi Nakaborachou
    This Kamagaki street is made up of fence and wall made from products of the kilns, and is approximately 400 meters long. Many tourists come to see this pottery-filled scenery, which is a rare sight in Japan. Also, on the second Sunday in October, at the Horamachi Kamagaki no Komichi Festival, theytreat visitorsZenzaisweet adzuki soup, as well as exhibitions and sales of the original creations of local potters and artists. Many people visit during this season and the street becomes extremely lively.
  • Atsumi Cycling Road
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi prefecture Tahara City Tahara Toyohashi bicycle road line
    A bicycling road extending along the Pacific coast in Mikawa-wan Quasi-National Park. There are multiple routes such as the Kyukamura route and Atsumi route, and cyclers can enjoy renowned views such as Koijigahama Beach and the Wakami coast. The road has also been selected as one of the 100 best in Japan and many cyclists come here especially on weekends and holidays.
  • Konya Kaido
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi Pref. Handashi Horisakichou
    This coastalroad is located in Handa City, Aichi Prefecture. Until the construction of Handa Port, the road was once used as a connection between Ohno Port and Shimohanda. It is now a tourist spot thanks to its historical city views and temples. The Handa City Tourism Association has bicycles available for rental, which many people use for sightseeing in Handa City.
  • Sky Street
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Nakamura-ku Meieki 1-1-4 JR Central Towers 15F
    This aerial street is located in the JR Central Towers complex in Nagoya Station. It is 15 stories above ground level, giving a breathtaking nighttime view of the area in front of Nagoya Station from 70 meters up.
  • Manyo no Komichi
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi Gamagori-shi Nishiuracho Inamura Chinai
    "20 minutes from the Wakayama Interchange on the Hanwa Expressway. This 280-meter-long walking path is located in Kataonami Park. Five monuments inscribed with poems about Wakanoura, Tamatsushima Island, and Mt. Nagusa from the ancient ""Man'yoshu"" anthology stand along the path. A sign at the starting point provides information about the poems along the path. There are also plaques providing translations of the poems into modern Japanese next to each poem. Visitors are also recommended to take in the sunset from the area near the crane monument at the end."
  • Sun Road
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi Nagoya-shi Nakamura-ku
  • Art‧Area‧Road
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi Kitanagoya-shi Hojoji Chinai
  • Hisaya-odori
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi Nagoya-shi Naka-ku Sakae
  • Okazaki Nijunanamagari
    Travel / Tourism
    Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture city
  • Tokoname Maneki-Neko Dori
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi Tokoname-shi Sakaemachi

Aichi Areas


Aichi is a prefecture of great natural beauty with Nagoya city at its heart, a busy hub home to a labyrinth of underground shops and the 17th-century Nagoya Castle. Castles are easy to find in this history-rich prefecture, but the highlight for history buffs has to be the Museum Meiji-mura, where preserved buildings from the turn of the 20th century are displayed in all their grandeur in an outdoor museum.

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