Nagoya is the fourth most-populated area in Japan, located on the Pacific coast of the main island of Honshu. It is one of the major ports of the country.
It was founded approximately in the 1590's by powerful warlords intent of unifying Japan.
Today, it is known for its size, central location, skyline, busy lifestyle, cherry blossoms, port, waterfront, and temple.
People Born in Nagoya
Nagoya in People's Lives
Rudyard Kipling: I traveled here in 1892, while on my honeymoon with my new wife, Carrie. We only stopped briefly in this city to catch a train to Yokohama.