- Nagoya Railroad Train, Aichi, URL: http://www.meielec.co.jp/livecamera/live_cam/meitetsu_train.htm, address: (1) Atsuta-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi, (2) Kiyosu City, Aichi, site title: General Engineering Company, Mayelec Co., Ltd., camera title: Let’s look at Meitstus Train, (1) LIVE CAMERA 1, (2) LIVE CAMERA 2
- Japan Monkey Park, Aichi, URL: http://www.japan-monkeypark.jp/index.asp, address: Kanrin, Inuyama, Oaza, Inuyama-shi, Aichi, site title: Japan Monkey Park, camera title: Live Camera, Monkey Valley
- Nagoya-jo Castle, Aichi, URL: http://www.hommaru-palace-jv.com/camera/index.php, address: Honmaru, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi, site title: Restoration Project Nagoya-jo Castle, camera in operation only from 9:00 to 16:00
- Roads, Toyota City, Aichi, URL: http://www.aitai.ne.jp/webcam/index.html, address: Toyota City, Aichi
site title: Himawari (Sunflower) Network, Internet Roadside Live Camera, Click the cameras in the map.
- The Fujimae Tidal Flat, Aichi, address: Minato-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi, site title: Nagoya Environment Information Net, camera title: Wetlands designated under the Ramsar Conservation Fujimae Tidal Flat Live Camera
- Okazaki-jo Castle, Aichi, URL: http://okazaki-kanko.jp/live-camera/, address: Kosei-cho, Okazaki City, Aichi, “Okazaki Park”, site title: Okazaki City Tourism Association Web Site, camera title: Live Camera Okazaki View
- Kita Shitara-gun, Aichi, URL: http://teiten.kitashitara.jp/teitencube/en/latestall.html, address: Kita Shitara-gun, Aichi, site title: Internet Hyakuyobako (Instrument Shelter), camer title: Central Server View Point List, cameras, from the left, (1) Shitara junior high school, (2) Tsugu junior high school, (3) Seirei Elementary School, (4) Roadside Station, “Agri Station Nagura,” (5) Roadside Station, “Tsugu Kogen Greenpark,” (6) Lake Danto and Kirara Forest, (7) Komagahara Okinodaira Meeting Place, (8) Mt. Chausu Kogen Sky Area and (9) Forest Experience Exchange Center
- The Sea of Enshu, Aichi, URL: http://www.tahara.or.jp/akabane/live.html, address: Akabane-cho, Tahara City, Aichi, site title: AKABANE TOPICS,the Pacific Ocean, fishing, surfing, Information Site, view of the Sea of Enshu
- Kyoto University, Aichi, URL: http://webcam-pri.pr.kyoto-u.ac.jp/local/camera.html, address: Kanrin, Inuyama City, Aichi, “Primate Research Institue of Kyoto University” site title: Kyoto University Live Camera
view from the Experimental Research Building Click the blue button in the camera menu at the bottom right.
- Shonai River, Aichi, URL: http://www.cbr.mlit.go.jp/shonai/kasen/web/index.html, address: Aichi, site title: River Information, Shonai Office of River, Chubu Regional Development Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, camera title: Shona River, water level and rainfall, information and survelliance
camera, Click the circled ares in the map, then the cameras in the next map.
Aichi Prefecture Tourism Information
There are tourist attractions such as “Nagoya Castle”, “Atsuta Shrine”, “Inuyama Castle”, “Kiyosu Castle”, “Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium”, “Meiji Village”, “Toyota Automobile Museum”, “Japan Monkey Park”, “Central Japan
International Airport Centrair “and so on. “Nagoya Castle” was completed in 1612 as a residence of Tokugawa Ieyasu’s son, Yoshinao, and had been used as a residence of the Owari Tokugawa clan until the end of Edo period. A killer whale of gold on top of the tower of Nagoya Castle is said to be a symbol of Nagoya, and it became the etymology of “Shatchokobaru” (Shachihokobaru), which means to take a poised attitude as killer whale or be tense and becomes hard.
Although the current gold killer whale is what was restored, the original one of the time Nagoya Castle was completed used gold for a total of 215kg, which was equivalent to 1,940 oval gold coins of the time, Keicho Ouban,
and it was enough effect to notify the world the dashing of the Tokugawa family. The people looked at the gold killer whale that was left on top of the tower of Nagoya Castle, and they felt how the Tokugawa family had wealth and power.
“Port of Nagoya” is the trade port that ranks first in the nation in total imports and exports, and exports finished cars, most of which are the ones of the Toyota automobile, and auto parts and steel, and imports liquefied natural gas, iron ore and crude oil.
“Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium” of Nagoya Port Garden Pier is is one of the world’s largest aquarium, which opened in 1992. 500 species and 50,000 marine lives such as Penguin, dolphin, killer whale, beluga, sea turtles, fish are exhibited in the aquarium. South Building has the theme of journey to the South Pole, and exhibites the aquariums of Japan sea, deep sea gallery, the sea of the equator, the Australian waterfront and the sea of Antarctica. North Building exhibites mainly large marine mammals such as dolphins and killer whales on the theme of Distant Journey 3.5 billion years.