Aichi Prefecture has Nagoya, Japan’s third largest city.
It is also known as the base of Oda Nobunaga (Azuchi Momoyama period), one of the most famous warlords in history.
Castles such as Nagoya-jo, Inuyama-jo and Kiyosu-jo are still left.
It is also the home of Toyota, the world’s largest car manufacturer.

Late Summer Songs


“coconut”is Previously called “yashinomi” A poet who found a coconut on the beach, thought to have flowed from the southern island, sang it against her circumstances. It is a beautiful poem by "Japanese for literary arts" which is less used in Japan.