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Faculty of Mathematical Sciences and Information Engineering
Nanzan University
27 Seirei, Seto, 489-0863, Japan
E-mai: mikio.aoyama@nifty.com
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About Nagoya

Nagoya, the third largest city in Japan, is located at the center of Japan and the heart of quality Japanese kraftsmanship of design and manufacturing, called Monozukuri. Especially, the city is a center of Japanese automotive industry including Toyota and its group companies, Honda, Mitsubishi and Suzuki. You can experience at theToyota Automotive Museum, Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology, and Toyota Kaikan Exhibition Hall(Japanese).
Manufacturing industry in Nagoya originated from pottery: Seto is one of the most popular pottery and Noritake and ceramic industry are also located here. Major museums include Noritake Museum(Japanese), Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Museum(Japanese), and International Design Center Museum.
Nagoya faces beautiful pacific coast in the south and rich forests in the north.
Nagoya has its unique taste of culture, famous Nagoya castle (Japanese), Nagoya cuisine, and traditional crafts.
Around Nagoya, World Exposition (EXPO 2005) was held in 2005.

Links on Nagoya

Japanese Kraftsmanship

Nagoya Convention and Visitors Bureau

Karakuri: Traditional Japanese Robotics Dates back to around 12th Century.

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