・Atago Shrine: Before Inuyama Castle was built there was a castle called Kinoshita Castle nearby. A shrine is built where the castle was located. There is also a well where the ruins of the castle remain. It is a must-see if visiting Inuyama Castle.
・Wakamatsuya Senichi: A Japanese style confectionery store founded 80 years ago. There are products such as seasonal confectionery and dried confectionery with a long history. On the second floor, there are displays on the history of Japanese confectionary in relation to Japanese life.
・Matsunoya: A specialty not to be missed in Inuyama, skewers! Nowadays you can eat various types of skewers but the origination is Dengaku. Let's have lunch in a traditional Dengaku store.
・Dondenkan: A museum on Inuyama Festival registered as a UNESCO heritage. See 8m high floats, and learn more about the history of Inuyama.
・Showa Yokocho: The ambiance of the old Japanese town is spreading within this hall. It is almost like a festival where you can eat delicious food and enjoy yourself! Take a break and experience what life was like in the Showa period or admire posters from the past, there is so much excitement for you to see.
・Old Horibe House: This building is an important part of the history of Inuyama. There are 5 buildings on this site. Take pictures inside the building, it is almost like photos taken in a nice studio. Take a look at the buildings made with fine detail.
・Karakuri Exhibition Hall: A feature of the Inuyama Festival. The Karakuri Doll is a large manipulated with strings expressing fine details of the movement. This is a culture unique to Japan and a rare exhibition hall where many puppets are displayed!
・Inuyama City Cultural Assets Museum: Learn about the history of Inuyama before visiting Inuyama Castle! See the castle town of the Warring State Period, samurai culture, local culture, etc. See the diorama of the city at the time, amour used during the war, etc.
・National Treasure Inuyama Castle: Japan's oldest wooden castle that remains from the Warring State period. It is popular for many across Japan. The battle armor and views from the top of the castle are a must-see! Although the castle was attacked three times during the Warring State Period, there is a reason why the castle remains as it is today. The surprising history will also be displayed.