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5 Things to Do and Eat in Inazawa Aichi, Japan

Inazawa is a bustling city in the Aichi Prefecture in Japan with a population of more than 136,000 people according to the May 2015 census. The city is full of breathtaking attractions and activities for the lone traveler or a family of sightseers. There’s plenty to do in Inazawa for both locals and visitors. The city has something new to explore at any time of the year. In this short guide, we will show you some of the best and most popular activities, tourist spots, and generally interesting things to do while visiting Inazawa, Aichi. You can also use the guide to plan your weekend in the city. 

Here are some of the best places to visit in Inazawa:

1.The Nagoya City Science Museum (NCSM)

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Whether you are traveling as a couple, alone, or with kids, the Nagoya City Science Museum is definitely worth checking. One of the museum’s key features is the landmark design of its spherical planetarium. With a diameter of 35 meters, this is the biggest spherical shaped planetarium in the world with a realistic starry sky displayed on the planetarium’s screen and a room with aurora images. The Nagoya City Science museum is not just a tourist attraction but a learning facility too.

2. Aquatotto Gifu Eco Park: World Fresh Water Aquarium

This is the largest freshwater aquarium in Japan. It is a section of the famous Kiso River Water Park located in Gifu northeast of Nagoya. If you want to commune with nature in the most serene and wondrous environment, visit the Kiso River Water Park. There are a lot of exciting things to do with your family between the park and the aquarium. Admission to the park is free and it’s a great place to spend an entire day with the family.

3. The Tsuruma Park

If you are an outdoors fan, make a point of visiting the Tsuruma Park. It is a perfect blend of western and Japanese styles. The western section of the park features western-themed attractions including a fountain tower and rose garden while the eastern section is Japanese styled complete with a Calamus garden. The park attracts hundreds of visitors daily and is always a hive of activities and festivals. It is also a cool serene place to sit back and relax. 

4. Yusenji Temple

Yusenji Temple is nationally regarded as the places to say “thank you” or as the locals say, Arigato. The temple is believed to inspire happiness and rejuvenate your energy. The Japanese often come to the temple to offer dolls. It is an ancient temple with historic value to the Buddhists and definitely an interesting place for anyone interested in the Japanese culture and religion.

5. Sample the Japanese Cuisine

What’s a trip to Inazawa without tasting the unforgettable local cuisine? The region has a rich tradition of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Make sure to try the local cuisine in the city’s restaurants including popular eateries such as the Yashinoya Fushimidori, Nishiki, Kintoki Meieki, Monshushu, Kisoji Nishiki, and have a drink at the Monk bar which serves endless varieties of Japanese craft beers. There’s definitely something for everyone in Inazawa, Aichi.

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