Nisshin (NisshinCity) is a Japanese city located in the province of Aichi.Its population is 92.187 inhab., including about 1.270 foreign citizens and 88 Brazilians.
The average annual temperature in Nisshin is 15.7 ° C. and September it is the wettest month. Temperatures are higher in August, around 28,0 ° C, and lower in January, around 4,1 ° C.
With the establishment of the system of modern municipalities on 1 October of 1889, the villages of Iwasaki, Shiroyama and Kaguyama were created in the province of Aichi. These three villages merged on 10 May 1906 to create the village of Nisshin. The village was named after the Japanese Imperial Navy cruiser Nisshin, which became famous during the Russo-Japanese War. Nisshin became a city on 1 January 1951 and was elevated to city status on 1 October of 1994.
AichiBokujo (Fazendinha Nisshin), is a commercial farm designed for visitors to experience life on the farm, a place for children to feed animals, horses, ponies, cows, pigs, rabbits and others.