Inuyama sits along the Kiso River, on the border between Aichi and Gifu prefectures. A historically strategic site, the city changed hands several times during the Edo period. You can see cormorant fishing here from June 1 to October 15; tickets are available from major hotels for ¥2,600 to ¥4,500.
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