On the orders of Ieyasu Tokugawa, the shogunate in the Edo period, Nagoya Castle was constructed in 1612.
Air raids on Nagoya city in the Second World War caused huge damage to the castle, but fortunately the inner frame of the main part of the castle survived so it was able to be reconstructed again.
The most famous parts of castle are the golden dolphins (kinno shachihoko) which are placed on either side of the roof of the castle.
Toyota is one of the biggest car-manufacturing companies in Japan if not in the world. Toyota Automobile Museum shows the history of automobiles through the ages through many interesting exhibitions every year.
There are tours available for visitors who wish to explore the museum more throroughly. Various types of tour are available, from guided tours to a taped tour.
A variety of cars will be shown at "The World's Well-Known Car Exhibition", which will run until 28th September.
Seniors (aged 65 for over): ¥500
Junior and senior high school students: ¥600
Elementary school students: ¥400
Ise Jingu is divided into Naiku (Kotaijingu) and Geku (Toyoukedaijingu).
The best way to explore Ise Jingu is to visit the Geku first and then the Naiku. For visitors who do not have much time, focusing on the Naiku is highly recommended.