I have just received my Nobunaga Guide Book in the mail today. To tell you the truth, the people of Aichi Prefecture did an excellent job and it is highly useful even though the guide book is in Japanese (for you non-Japanese readers the guide book is still easy to comprehend). The Nobunaga Guide book includes a timeline, Nobunaga's history related to Aichi Prefecture, maps, photos of the historical landmarks, and where to locate them as well. There is even an Ieyasu Guide Book as well, but the Nobunaga one will always be the better guide book. This is one of the best I have seen so far and it is a must for any Nobunaga/Ieyasu fan out there.
There are two people I would like to thank. Dohaland of Samurai Country and Mr. Hiroyuki Kawade. Thanks again! The Nobunaga Guide Book is useful and a must have for anyone who is studying Nobunaga or Ieyasu.
Nobunaga no tame! Tenka no tame!