Named for Japan’s fourth largest city, where the first discoverer was born and raised. From the time of the Tokugawa period, when the first shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu built a castle in this region, Nagoya has been an important area for land and sea travel, connecting Tokyo with Kyoto and Osaka. It is blessed with a rich cultural history and many cultural attractions, such as Nagoya Castle and the Tokugawa Art Museum, which displays artifacts of the Samurai warrior. (M 33385)
Avastatud: 23-10-1989 Avastamiskoht: Kani Avastajad: Mizuno, Y., Furuta, T.
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