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We went to one of the oldest castle in Japan. It is very small, but the view from the top is fantastic, beautiful and really cozy place. It makes one marvel at the engineering skills of people before the industrial era. Enjoyed the view and...More
The Sakura Matsuri (viewing cherry blossoms festival) is held the first weekend in April. The cherry blossoms are usually in full bloom with special lanterns lit in the trees at night.
Enjoy seeing 'dashi' (very tall, old wooden floats decorated with paper lanterns which are...More
We had just been to see the castle in Matsumoto and saw this on our way to Kyoto - great little detour for a night. The castle is smaller than the one at Matsumoto but is an original and sits up on a hill overlooking...More
Just a train ride from Meitutsu to Inuyama station. Then a 10min walk where you will also pass a old town with many small restaurants and shops. The walk up to the castle entrance is very beautiful. You will pass a temple to go up....More
I went there on a weekday. There were not many people. The castle is maintained under good condition. The view is amazing when I climbed up to the top floor. It is easy to have a fantastic view of the Inuyama town.
We asked the Information Centre at JR Nagoya station who told us to go to Meitetsu station office to buy a return train ticket with castle entry ticket package. It saved us 440 yen. We got off at Inuyama Yuen station and walked to the...More
The Inuyama Castle sits inside of the area called Castle Town. Castle Town was once built an ruled by a very powerful Shogun. Evenually, the Emperor felt that the Shogun was becoming too powerful and through a series of battles defeated the Shogun. A tour...More
This is an original castle so it's amazing to see the structure of the building. Stairs are a bit steep which is common for Japanese castles. My most favorite part here is the top where you can see a beautiful scenery on all four sides...More