In Inuyama (犬山), the Kiso-gawa, aka the 'Japanese Rhine', paints a pretty picture beneath its castle, a National Treasure. By day, the castle, quaint streets, manicured Uraku-en and 17th-century Jo-an teahouse make for pleasant strolling, while at night the scene turns cinematic as fishermen perform the ancient art of ukai (cormorant fishing) by firelight.Just south of the castle are the picturesque Shintō shrines...
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