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Useful and interesting sites about Aichi Prefecture

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Regional Government

Foreign offices

International Exchange Association

Regional Media

Tourism

Art Museum

World Exposition 2005

Economic Organizations

Universities

Website about the articles written in the Aichi Voice


Regional Government Official Website

Aichi Prefecture
An overview of Aichi and the Prefecture's policies

Nagoya City
Aichi Prefecture's main city

Toyohashi City | Okazaki City | Kasugai City | Toyokawa City | Hekinan City | Kariya City | Toyota City | Anjo City | Nishio City | Gamagori City | Inuyama City | Konan City | Shinshiro City | Chita City | Chiryu City | Iwakura City | Toyoake City | Shinkawa Town | Minamichita Town | Isshiki Town |


Foreign Offices

Nagoya American Center
Official website of the United States Information Service Japan


International Exchange Association

Aichi International Plaza
This website will introduce you to the Aichi International Plaza and it's activities. The latter are both managed by the International Association of Aichi. The website is also provided in Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese.

I-NET
The I-NET is provided by the Aichi International Association. It is an information net about the international exchanges of Aichi. It also provides a broad range of information for foreigners living in Japan. It is available in Japanese, Spanish and Portuguese.

Nagoya International Center
This website introduces the activities taking place at the Nagoya International Center.

Toyota International Association
This website introduces the activities taking place at the Toyota International Association

Ichinomiya International Association
This website introduces the activities taking place at the Ichinomiya International Association


Regional Media

Nagoya Avenues
Webside of the monthly magazine that tells you all about the events taking place in Nagoya

Chubu weekly
Website of the weekly magazine about the Chubu region: "Chubu Weekly"


Tourism

Nagoya Convention and visitors bureau
Website introducing the places to visit in Nagoya city itself


Art Museum

Tokugawa Art Museum
This website introduces the Tokugawa Art Museum. The Museum preserves the extensive holdings of the Owari branch of the Tokugawa Family who held a major position in the politic arena of the Edo Period (1603-1868)

Aichi Prefectural Museum
This website introduces the facilities and the Art collection of the Aichi Prefectural Museum


2005 World Exposition

Japan Association for the 2005World exposition

2005 World Exposition Bureau, Aichi Prefectural Government, Japan


Economic Organizations

Nagoya Chamber of Commerce and Industry
This website introduces the activities of the Nagoya Chamber of Commerce and Industry as well as the economical activity of the Nagoya region.

Chubu Economic Federation
This website introduces the activities of the Chubu Economic Federation as well as the economical activity of the Chubu region.


Universities

Nagoya University

Nagoya Institute of Technology

Toyohashi University of Technology

Aichi Prefectural University

Nagoya City University

Aichi Gakuin University

Aichi Institute of Technology

Aichi Syukutoku University

Sugiyama Jogakuen University

Kinjo Gakuin University

Chukyo University

Nagoya University of Arts

Nanzan University

Daido Institute of Technology

Toyota Technological Institute

Meijo University

Nagoya Gakuin University

Chubu University

Aichi Bunkyo University

Nagoya University of Foreign Studies

Nagoya University of Commerce and Business Administration (NUCBA)

Aichi Medical University

Nihon Fukushi University


Website about the articles written in the Aichi Voice

No. 11, Autumn 1999

Central Japan International Airport
The official Website of Central Japan International Airport Co., Ltd.

NO.10, Spring 1999

NAGOYA UNIVERSITY Fukuda Laboratory

NO.9, Autumn 1998

Warousoku
Under the section Enduring Tradition, this article introduces the enduring tradition of Warousoku


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