Nagoya's two most famous sightseeing spots are Atsuta Shrine and Nagoya Castle. Atsuta Shrine is known as the second-most venerable shrine in Japan, after Ise Grand Shrine. It is said to enshrine the Kusanagi sword, one of the three imperial regalia of Japan. It holds around seventy festivals a year, and many people visit the shrine year-round. Also, the shrine has over 4,400 national treasures representing its 2,000 year history. Built in 1612, The Nagoya Castle is famous for two magnificent Golden tiger-headed carp on the roof, often used as the symbol of Nagoya. See "Nagoya". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-07.