It's been a fun adventure and I loved how much I managed to learn and discover during this trip.
So, as you may expect, I already started to write the reports concerning my trip on my website.
You can go there to read about the Jaike Jinja, the Ryounji, the ruins of Nagono Castle and Nagono Jinja for what concerns the city of Nagoya, then Tsushima, with its Tsushima Jinja and the Tennoukawa park, places related to Nobunaga's youthful days, and the cities of Inazawa and Aisai, on the traces of Nobunaga's birthplace, Shobata Castle.
On the same page you can find reports on the Nagoya Matsuri of this year, and also the Mochitsuki of Banshoji of October, plus a page with some pictures of the Yana Bus, the city bus of Gifu sponsored by Nouhime.
Here are the direct links to every article:
Nagoya → http://daevakun.altervista.org/repo/nobu01.htm
Tsushima and Shobata → http://daevakun.altervista.org/repo/nobu04.htm
Nagoya Matsuri → http://daevakun.altervista.org/repo/nobu02.htm
Mochitsuki at Banshoji → http://daevakun.altervista.org/repo/nobu03.htm
Yana Bus → http://daevakun.altervista.org/repo/bus.htm
This is only the first part of my Nobunaga Tour, please, read and enjoy as I work on the second part, focused on Kyoto, second stage of my tour ^_^