Revalue Nippon

Search by prefecture:

Revalue Nippon No.29


Aichi is hot with high precipitation during the summer, but in the winter, there is little rainfall and cold seasonal winds called ”Ibuki-oroshi” blowing from the mountains in the northwest.
Atsumi Peninsula and Chita Peninsula face the ocean and are warm throughout the year due to the Black Current.

Number 1 producer of flowers - both cut flowers and potted
The area prospered as a great gardening mecca since the Edo era and flowering plants are cultivated all over the region. Aichi became one of the largest producers for chrysanthemums, carnations, roses, and orchids, and has maintained the No.1 position in flower production since 1962.
Challenges to further advance as ”Monozukuri Kingdom”
Aichi boasts No. 1 shipment of manufactured goods.
Companies involved in the production of various automotive and airplane related products are gathered in this area. Some of these companies are certified as ”Aichi brand” and seek further development.
”Seto-yaki” - the origin of the word ”Setomono”
The Seto-shi region is considered to have been active in ceramics production for nearly 1300 years. ”Seto-yaki” has changed with the times and has spread throughout the country. As it did so, ”Setomono”, the generic word for ceramics in Japanese became commonly used.

Other place of visit


The final location the Tokugawa lord escaped to during ”The Battle of Okehazama”. The resting place for the Tokugawa and Matsudaira families
5-1 Aza Hiromoto, Kamoda-cho, Okazaki City, Aichi
Yamamotoya Honten Nagoya Interchange South Shop
Nagoya’s piping hot specialty dish. ”Miso-nikomi-udon noodle” specialty shop
3-6 Gokuraku, Meito-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi Prefecture


Tonkatsu Asakura
Delicious ”tonkatsu” carefully prepared in a restaurant with a comfortable atmosphere. * We do not take reservations or inquiries by phone. * Please note that we close for business as soon as we are sold out.
Erupatio Takinomizu 1F, 1-809 Takinomizu, Midori-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi Prefecture
Farmer Hisao Mitake
Following his goal of growing ”vegetables that taste like fruit,” his motto is to ship only produce ”that are of 100% quality.”
Tahara-shi, Aichi Prefecture
Misokatsu Yabaton Yaba-cho Honten
Specialty dish with an exquisite balance between ”tonkatsu” and ”miso” sauce.
3-6-18 Osu, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi Prefecture
Savor Nagoya’s specialty dish ”hitsumabushi”, using only the very best blue eel.
Presanto Shirogane 1F, 1-1-4 Shirogane, Showa-ku, Nagoya-shi


Chita Peninsula Shogetsu
Situated on the hill of Chita Peninsula, allow yourself to melt into the ocean breeze at this Japanese style inn.
80 Utsumi Maeyama, Minamichita-cho, Chita-gun, Aichi Prefecture
Hilton Nagoya
High class hotel located on the main street of Nagoya, Hirokoji Fushimi.
3-3 Sakae 1-chome, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture
Ten no Maru Bettei Kaze no Tani no Iori
A relaxing, comfortable Japanese style inn with outdoor baths in every guest room.
10 Aza Tobone, Oaza Ogi, Kota-cho, Nukata-gun, Aichi