Inuyama

A city bisected by a river, Inuyama boasts historic landmarks, museums, and parks, as well as preserves aspects of Japanese heritage.

Inuyama is a city in Aichi Prefecture, Japan, north of the Nagoya Metropolis. The most famous attraction is Inuyama Castle on a 40-meter rise overlooking the Kiso River. This Japanese castle was designated as a Japanese national treasure in 1935 and again in 1952. The castle in its current form was built in 1537 by Oda Nobuyasu, uncle of the great warlord Oda Nobunaga. The castle is the only privately owned castle in Japan, and has remained unchanged since it was built, making it the oldest original wooden castle in Japan.
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