A National Treasure and Japan's Oldest Castel Tower
Built in 1537 by future shogun Oda Nobunaga's uncle, Oda Nobuyasu, Inuyama Castle is one of five castles recognized as national treasures in Japan. Climb to the top of its towers and experience the unhindered view of the surrounding area. The remaining street layout of the Tokugawa Period remains along with buildings of the era and the castle town is a favorite of foodies.
65-2 Kitakoken, Inuyama, Aichi 484-0082
|Directions||Nagoya Railway (Meitetsu)
At Meitetsu Nagoya Station (Platform No.1/Under yellow-green light) Take Kaisoku or Tokkyu train. It is about 25-minute ride to Inuyama station. From the station to Inuyama Castle, it takes 20 mintes on foot.
|Holidays||December 29th to December 31st|
|Wi-Fi||Unavailable (town-wide free Wi-Fi is available however)|
|Credit card payment||Unavailable|
|Supported languages||English, German, Chinese, Korean|
|Admission||Adults 550yen/Children 110yen|
|Average visit length||About 2-3 hours|
|Websites||Official Site (JPN)http://inuyama-castle.jp/ Inuyama Tourist Informationhttps://inuyama.gr.jp.e.jm.hp.transer.com/hanami-castle.html|