Things to see and do - Inuyama
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Inuyama Travel guide
Inuyama : Michelin's recommendations
To the northwest of Aichi Prefecture lies Inuyama, a sleepy little town on the banks of the River Kiso which boasts Japan's oldest castle. It is worth spending a day here to explore the picturesque streets, the temples and shrines, and the nearby Meiji-mura Park. From June to September, every evening from 5pm, cormorant fishing demonstrations are held on the Kiso River. Visitors can watch while they dine aboard a flat-bottomed boat.
Tourist attractions Inuyama : Things to see and do
Inuyama Castle (16C) stands on a small hill, from where it commands a panoramic view of the Kiso River. Its 19m-high keep has miraculously survived the ravages of history, and offers a first-rate example of Momoyama-period architecture, with its roof..
The Meiji period (1868-1912) saw Japan open up to the West, a policy that manifested itself most notably in architecture. The Meiji-mura, the well-named, boasts a vast array of the diverse buildings constructed during this period, from Victorian hous..
Oaza Inuyama Aza Higashiyozaka 35 J - Inuyama 484-0081
Guests at Miyako Hotel enjoy use of a public bath and Japanese restaurant. Just 400 metres from Meitetsu Inuyama Train Station, it offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and a bathtub. Rooms at Inuyama Miyako Hotel include air conditioning and a wood writing ..
Inuyamakitakoken 107-1 J - Inuyama 484-0082
Located 10 minutes' walk from Inuyama Castle, Meitetsu Hotel Inuyama boasts free WiFi and a relaxing hot spring bath. It features both western-style and Japanese-style accommodation, all with a flat-screen TV. Guests can indulge in a massage treatme..