Togo (東 郷 町) is a city located between Nagoya e Toyota in the province of Aichi. With a population of 44.118 inhabitants, including about 920 foreign citizens, 157 of whom are Brazilian.
The villages of Moriwa and Haruki were established in the Aichi district, with the establishment of the system of modern municipalities in October of 1.889. The town's villages merged into May from 1.906 to form the Togo village. It was elevated to city status on 1 April of 1970.
The city has a climate characterized by hot, humid summers and relatively mild winters. September it is the wettest month. Temperatures are higher in August reaching 28 ° C, and the lowest in January reaching a minimum of 4 ° C.