Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium is used not for sports events but for concerts, Sumo, and other events.
Nagoya Castle is particularly famous as it was Tokugawa Ieyasu who ordered the construction of the castle in 1612. Nagoya Castle is one of the top Nagoya attractions. Nagoya Castle is a flat land style Japanese Castle with a massive inner moat and wall.
Nagoya Castle was badly damaged during World War II , however some of the original turrets remain. In 1945, during the WWII, American bombs destroyed many parts of Nagoya Castle including the main donjon, however, many of the paintings inside, some gates, some towers survived and are designated as Important Cultural Properties. The main donjon (tower) of Nagoya Castle was reconstructed in 1959 and other parts are still on the way.