Special Feature on Adorable Things to Buy in Inuyama's Castle Town
Inuyama is about an hour by Meitetsu train from Chubu Centrair International Airport, and half an hour from Meitetsu Nagoya Station.
Here you'll find Inuyama Castle, which has been designated a National Treasure, as well as a castle town. Along being a place with enjoying cherry blossoms here in the spring and colorful foliage in the autumn, the city has recently come to include a growing number of shops selling small items and sundries as well as desserts and other sweets that appeal to women, and is lively with visitors.
This is an adorable Japanese confection. Even the package is cute.
The pink heart-shaped monaka is something you make by hand, by sandwiching sweet azuki-bean jam.
Its darling appearance has made it a tremendous hit among girls. It also comes with a fortune that speaks to your luck in relationships.
It looks cute, and making it is delightful fun. Try one and see if it brings you a great love life!
"Made in Japan" Fabric Items
Cloth pouches, glasses cases, wallets, handkerchiefs, and more, all made in Japan.
These adorable retro-design items feature such subjects as cute cats, Japan's famous popular cherry blossoms, sushi, Mount Fuji, and ninjas. They're great for when you're traveling. This shop is filled with charming selections for that special someone or as a something for yourself to remember your trip to Japan.
The Perfect Accessories from Japan
Japanese-style earrings and hair bands are also available. The accessories are a big hit. They're so cute you'll feel like you'll just have to get them!
The shop-produced mineral water at Musubi Chaya is really cute.
The adorably Insta-worthy round plastic bottle makes this a tremendous hit, especially among female shoppers. Three kinds are available, and you might find yourself wanting to get them all.
Musubi Chaya is located in Inuyama's castle town.
On the first floor you can buy Japanese sundries and enjoy a Japanese-style cafe, and on the second floor you'll find rental kimonos and yukata.
Hours: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm (closed Tuesdays)