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After watching a Rugby World Cup game, rather than parting with your friends, toast the teams with a beer in one hand in Fushimi!
During the rugby match period, there will be Night Concierge Desks at Fushimi Station.
English-speaking staff wearing original jackets will be distributing NAGOYA FUSHIMI NIGHT MAP and can provide information on dining options in the Nagoya Fushimi area. Staff will also be handing out original wristbands in connection with the rugby games.
Located in the middle of Japan, Aichi Prefecture was at the center of the Sengoku, or Warring States period. It’s where many important samurai battles took place, and where many samurai heroes, including the nations' Three Unifiers, Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Tokugawa Ieyasu were born.MORE
Manufacturing is an art form in Japan, and Aichi Prefecture is recognized as the nation’s leader of innovative manufacturing. Experience the art of manufacturing across Aichi at the fascinating Toyota Automobile Museum, featuring over 140 cars from across the years and across the world. The popular Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology explains Toyota Motor Corporation’s history from its roots as a weaving loom manufacturer to its world-famous cars. Visit the traditional pottery studios of Seto and Tokoname, long famed as two of the six Japanese pottery styles. Taste Okazaki’s Hatcho Miso, still produced in the traditional way, and see the MIM Mizkan Museum, Edo period vinegar brewing museum. Enjoy the SCMAGLEV and Railway Park, where successive generations of the iconic Bullet Train and Japan’s rail history is on display.MORE