Aichi Overview

Aichi is the fourth most populous province in Japan. Aichi (Japanese: 愛 知 県 Aichi-ken, Ai Tri) is a Japanese province in the Tokai subregion, Chubu. Aichi is known as a province that attracts many tourists and workers here.

Notable tourist attractions of Aichi Prefecture include: Meiji Mura outdoor architecture museum in Inuyama; Ancient preserved buildings from the Meiji and Taishō period have also been preserved, in addition to the reconstruction of the corridor of Frank Lloyd Wright's Imperial Hotel (the name of a hotel with carried out in Tokyo from 1923 to 1967).