Uraku-en & Jo-an Teahouse
A National Treasure, Japan's oldest standing castle is said to have originated as a fort in 1440. The current donjon (main keep) built...
This family-run cafe serves a hearty lunch 'of the day'. Otherwise, there's coffee, cake and the usual suspects. From the station, turn...
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Uraku-en & Jo-an Teahouse information
Within this pretty garden in the grounds of the Meitetsu Inuyama Hotel, you'll find 'Jo-an', one of the finest teahouses in Japan. Another of Inuyama's National Treasures, Jo-an was built in 1618 in Kyoto by Oda Urakusai, younger brother of Oda Nobunaga, and relocated here in 1972. You can enjoy tea on the grounds for an additional ¥500.