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Toyota may be most famous for its automobile manufacturing, but the city is also noted for its many buildings and attractions designed by prominent architects. Lots of works by world-renowned architects are to be found in the city. Architecture is probably the theme of your next trip to Toyota City!
Held annually on the third weekend in October, the Koromo Festival features two days of traditional rituals and celebrations. See the streets come alive with all manner of festival attractions!
Asuke offers history, culture and stunning natural scenes. Visit Asuke castle and the old streets of Asuke, try traditional crafts at Sanshu Asuke Yashiki, and admire the maple leaves at the gorgeous Korankei Gorge.
While Toyota City in Aichi Prefecture is famous for its cars, the regions' other driving force is its history, culture and nature, much of it untainted by tourists or the modern world. Toyota is world famous, yet remains mostly undiscovered, and therefore provides a pleasant escape, offering a range of exciting things to see, try and experience.
Pottering is a "Wasei-Eigo" (Japanized English) word used nowadays in Japan to denote the activity of leisurely stroll around the town by bicycle. And Toyota-City has several famous spots perfect for some Pottering! We selected some interesting places that are otherwise prone to be overlooked if drove by. Check with us as we Potter about!
When the matter is "Koyo" - the reddish maple leaves of autumn - Toyota City's pair of pride spots, Korankei Gorge and Obara, certainly comes to mind. Both places hold Autumn Festivals simultaneously from November 1st to 30th, for a whole month of attractions and sightseeing: Korankei, where the beautiful scenery changes fantastically from day to night, and Obara, where the Shikizakura Four-Seasons Cherry Blossoms compete fiercely fo...
You don't need to be a motoring enthusiast to know that Toyota is the manufacturer of some of the best designed, highest quality, finest produced motor vehicles under the sun!