Inuyama lies along the edge of Aichi Prefecture, separated from neighboring Gifu Prefecture by the Kiso River.
Like our National Treasure INUYAMA castle, teahouse JOAN (如庵) and cormorant fishing at on the KISO river, there are many tangible and intangible cultural heritages in INUYAMA. The historical open air museum – MEIJI MURA and LITTLE WORLD theme park are also popular places to go.
犬山城 Inuyama castle
One of four national treasure castles in Japan, located on the south side of the KISO River.
Open air museum for preserving and exhibiting Japanese architecture of the Meiji period, 1868-1912.
リトルワールド Little World
LITTLE WORLD is a globally unique open air museum – theme park opened in 1983.