Region 6: 東海 Tokai

Tokai is also a part of Chubu.

三重 Mie



This Prefecture's Symbol

三重 - Mie

  • Prefecture's Bird: Snowy Plover
  • Prefecture's Tree: Japanese Cedar
  • Prefecture's Flower: Iris

CAPITAL : Tsu

 

Links:
三重 - Yahoo! Japan's Mie Page
Prefecture official homepage


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岐阜 Gifu

岐阜


This Prefecture's Symbol

岐阜 - Gifu

  • Prefecture's Bird: Rock Ptarmigan
  • Prefecture's Tree: Japanese Yew
  • Prefecture's Flower: Chinese Milk Vetch

CAPITAL : Gifu

 

Links:
岐阜 - Yahoo! Japan's Gifu Page
Gifu Prefecture homepage


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愛知 - Aichi



This Prefecture's Symbol

愛知 - Aichi

  • Prefecture's Bird: Screech Owl
  • Prefecture's Tree: Red Maple
  • Prefecture's Flower: Iris

CAPITAL : Nagoya

Nagoya is the fourth largest city in Japan with over two million residents.

The 2005 World Expo was held in Aichi. It had many exhibits including an impressive robot show by Toyota. Click here for our Aichi Expo Photo Gallery.

Links:
愛知 - Yahoo! Japan's Aichi Page
Nagoya ben - Very interesting. Learn how to speak the dialect of Nagoya before you go!
Nagoya City Homepage - The official Nagoya homepage
Nagoya Boston Fine Arts Museum - Their homepage


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静岡 Shizuoka



This Prefecture's Symbol

静岡 - Shizuoka

  • Prefecture's Bird: Japanese Paradise Flycatcher
  • Prefecture's Tree: Sweet Osmanthus
  • Prefecture's Flower: Azalea