Inuyama Castle (犬山城) is the oldest remaining castle in Japan and is the smallest castle among the 5 castles designated as national treasure in Japan.
The castle can be reached from Inuyamayuen or Inuyama station. Inuyamaen station is closer to the castle but you also can get off at Inuyama station and walk through a long street lined with shops, souvenir shops, restaurants, mochi and green tea shops, one of the snacks famous here in Inuyama.
Fine French dining in an antique traditional merchants' home in ancient Inuyama City
A small, beautiful and famous castle in Inuyama
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