|Ryo Miyaichi scored from the spot in his hometown|
Rosicky was another player who was playing well. He was showing signs of what he had done in the run in last campaign as he slipped in Walcott who's shot was saved.
Minutes before the break Nagoya had a great opportunity to get themselves back into the game as Tulio Tanaka found Ogawa but he scuffed his shot.
The home side started well after the break creating two opportunities in quick succession as a corner was headed wide and then a cross was well claimed by Fabianski at the feet of Fujimoto.
The second half gave us the opportunity to see another one our young wingers. Serge Gnabry once again showed his talent as he tricked his way past two players before firing wide of the far post.
It was soon 3-0 Arsenal. 16 year old Gedion Zelalem played an outstanding through ball which split the defence and found Walcott who then beat the keeper. The early comparisons between Zelalem and Fabregas are evident. His vision is incredible.
Walcott then turned provider as he picked out Gibbs at the back post but he could only find the side netting.
Wilshere had the next chance as Walcott was the provider once more but the keeper came out well and stopped the shot.
The hosts did get themselves on the scoresheet though. Hayuma Tanaka played a great ball in which found Kisho Yano unmarked in the box to head past Fabianski.
Zelalem then once more showed his terrific vision to slip in Akpom but his finish was poor and it went wide. Chuks Aneke was also involved in the build-up as he finally got a chance in his preferred advanced role. Something that I had picked up on in the game against Vietnam.
Our final game of the Asia Tour is on Friday against Urawa Red Diamonds.
The final score finished Nagoya 1-3 Arsenal.
Arsenal: Fabianski, Jenkinson, Sagna, Mertesacker, Gibbs(59), Rosicky(45), Arteta(45), Ramsey(69), Miyaichi(45), Walcott(69), Giroud(45).
Subs Used: Miquel(59), Wilshere(45), Aneke(69), Zelalem(45), Gnabry(45), Podolski(45), Akpom(69).
Unused Subs: Martinez, Olsson, Eisfeld, Oxlade-Chamberlain.