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Inuyama Jokamachi, Inuyama

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Stroll down a street from another time at Inuyama Jokamachi. With a host of traditional Japanese shops, restaurants, and museums, housed in quaint wooden buildings, the street offers an evocative look at the country's culture from the olden days. Peruse shops selling handmade crafts and sake, with friendly and accommodating vendors, and stop in one of the eateries to sample the local cuisine. Be sure to bring along your camera to capture the street's antiquated scenes. Plan your Inuyama Jokamachi visit and explore what else you can see and do in Inuyama using our Inuyama itinerary maker.
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Where to stay in Inuyama

Inuyama doesn't possess a huge amount of places to stay, but what it does have tends toward more upmarket options. Some showpiece hotels sit by the river, offering commanding views as it flows past town. Hotels range from Western in style to traditionally Japanese, but are always modern and well-maintained. Elsewhere in town, you'll find a set of simpler hotels close to the train station, as well as the odd budget-friendly hostel, although spaces in the latter remain very limited, so reserve your place in advance.
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  • They need to keep cars out of this street as it was annoying to constantly get out of their way...not too many interesting shops...although the street is atmospheric  more »
  • If you walked to the castle by way of the promenade along the river, taking the interior route back gives you a glimpse of some traditional shops and old store fronts. On the weekend we visited Inuyam...  more »
  • I don't think I would detour here, but it makes a nice enough stroll on the way back from the castle. A few of the shops had still not reopened from what I suppose was a winter restoration and they al...  more »