- Nagoya - Japan's fourth-largest city. The capital and economic hub of Aichi Prefecture.
- Ichinomiya - a textile manufacturing town to the north of Nagoya. Hosts one of Japan's 3 major Tanabata festivals.
- Inuyama - a large castle and two kinky fertility shrines
- Nagakute - A site of Expo 2005
- Okazaki - A suburban town with a small castle.
- Seto - A center of ceramic art.
- Tahara - Popular beach for surfing
- Toyohashi - car manufacturing hub
- Toyota - yes, that Toyota
- Aichi Prefectural Tourist Association Aichi-ken Chusho Kigyo Center 1st fl, 4-4-39 Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya 450-0002. 052 581-5788 
Using train for transportation is common in Aichi. Major railroad is 名古屋鉄道 "Nagoya Tetsudou"(or called "Meitetsu" for short),JR東海 "JR Tokai"(Japan Railroad), and 愛知環状鉄道 "Aichi Kannjyo Tetsudou"(or "Aikan" for short). It depends on where you are going to decide which train you want to take, but JR Tokai takes you mostly to every major cities. If you want to go to more local places in Aichi, you may want to take Meitetsu or Aikan(especially for Toyota districts). Also there is an under ground subway if you want to travel local parts in Nagoya.
There is the Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium in Nagoya. This big aquarium consists of two buildings, the North and the South. The dolphin show is very exciting. There is also an orca, however the tank is not nearly large enough for a whale of this size.
Inuyama Castle in Inuyama is a very nice castle. Meiji Mura, also in Inuyama, makes for a fun day trip from Nagoya.
Aichi is famous for its "miso(味噌) culture". Miso is one of Japan's traditional seasonings. (Usually Japanese eat miso as "miso soup". Of course people in Aichi eat miso soup, too.) People spread sweetened miso paste on fried pork, fried shrimp (it's not tempura), tofu and so on.
Other Aichi specialities worth a try are: Tebasaki - grilled chicken wings with a sweet, mildly spicy glaze and white sesame seeds. Eaten with the fingers, they are a popular and delicious izakaya delicacy.
Tenmusu - a local variety of onigiri, filled with prawn tenpura and a fruity brown sauce.
Kishimen - flat, ribbonlike wheat noodles, usually served cold with a dipping sauce, but sometimes hot in broth.
Aka-miso soup - Red miso soup rather than the standard white miso you get everywhere else in Japan.
Miso katsu - Fried pork cutlet (tonkatsu), but is topped with a miso based sauce.
Melon Soda is a popular drink in summer.
- Ise - one of Japan's holiest shrines, just a short trip south from Aichi