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Inuyama

(ēno͞oyä`mä), city (1990 pop. 69,801), Aichi prefecture, central Honshu, Japan, on the Kiso River. It is a former castle town and is now an industrial center where textiles, chemicals, and automobiles are produced.
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One of them is Inuyama Castle, the oldest standing castle in Japan, around an hour away from Toyota City, though easily accessible by rail.
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The report, which was made by a team including researchers from Kyoto University's Primate Research Institute in Inuyama, was published in an online journal for the Japan Monkey Center, also in Inuyama.
A paper on the teamas finding was published in an edition of the international journal Primates on Tuesday by the Japan Monkey Centre in Inuyama, Aichi Prefecture.
In Gifu's neighboring Achi Prefecture is the city of Inuyama, home to a national treasure that is one of 12 remaining all-original castles in Japan, the small but elegant Inuyama Castle, built in 1537.
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Tetsuro Matsuzawa, a professor at Kyoto University's Primate Research Institute in Inuyama, has gained unprecedented insights into the workings of the primate and human mind, the Guardian reported.