Inuyama Castle

Experience Ancient Fishing and Other Beautiful Sights Along This River in Japan

As the sun sets over Aichi’s Kiso River, three boats cast off from the shore of Inuyama. Lit only by a fired lantern, they paddle into the darkness, continuing a tradition over 1,300 years old. With an imposing skyline and an ancient castle as a backdrop, the boats – like fireflies – make their way…

3 Must-See Castles to Get Immersed Into Great Japanese History

Do you know that castles in Japan were primarily built to protect important or strategic sites? These sites included river crossings, ports and crossroads. They were usually made of stones or woods. Over the years, many of these castles have just been destroyed. In the modern period, you’ll be able to see hundreds of castles…

5 Most Beautiful Castles in Japan

In Japan, castles were fortresses made from woods and stones. It was built to guard some important sites such as river crossings and ports. There are some castles in Japan that still original or very little altered. Some of them are considered as national treasures. Below some castles in Japan that are well known for…

5 Famous Spots for Hanami in Nagoya

In Nagoya, you can find several beautiful places where it would be perfect to celebrate the Hanami season. I will introduce some of those famous spots. Nagoya Castle Nagoya Castle or also known as Nagoya Jou is one of the most popular places for Hanami. Many varieties of cherry trees are planted around the park…

Stop by Inuyama City and make your trip to Japan unforgettable!

Inuyama is the name of the city located in Aichi prefecture, about 40 km away from Nagoya. Because of its beautiful nature and historical legacies, Inuyama has become one of the famous tourist destinations in Japan. People tend to say that Inuyama is only famous for its castle, but there is more to see in…