- Inuyama Onsen
Inuyama Onsen, which springs forth on the banks of the Kiso River, is also called "The White Emperor's Water," in connection with "The White Emperor's Castle", which is the popular name for Inuyama Castle. This is a comparatively recent hot spring which first sprang forth in 1995, from 1,200 m below ground. This is an alkaline, hypotonic cold mineral spring with crystal clear water which is gentle on the skin and has beautifying effects. In addition to Meitetsu Inuyama Hotel, the source of the hot spring and a place where day trippers can also bathe, visitors can bathe at several inns along the Kiso River, and they all have open-air baths, bathhouses in their own style and so on.