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Our hotel is surrounded by tourist attractions ranging from popular leisure spots to places known for their scenic beauty.
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This street lined with traditional buildings and architecture feels like a step back in time. The street features restaurants and shops selling traditional Kanazawa crafts, and is a renowned destination in Kanazawa.
Kazue-machi Chaya District is known as one of Kanazawa’s three largest Chaya Districts. Traditional Japanese restaurants and Japanese-style cafe & bars line the banks of the Asano River. The peaceful, traditional towscape comes to life when lit up at night.
Remnants of the Kaga-clansmen residences and their time of rule can be found in the earthen walls and stone-paved alleys of this area. Komokake, the traditional protective straw belts used to protect the earthen walls from snow, is a classic sight in the Kanazawa winter. Visit the Noumura residence to see the inside of the clan residences.
Kenrokuen Garden is one of Japan’s ‘Three Most Beautiful Gardens’. The Kaiyu style garden is designed around a large central pond. The majestic landscape gives you a sense of the impressive history of the Kaga region. This beauty of this park changes with the four seasons; you can enjoy cherry blossoms in the spring, lush greenery in the summer, autumn foliage in the fall, and snowy landscapes in the winter.
Oyama Shrine is dedicated to the lord of the Maeda clan, Maeda Toshiie, and his wife Matsu. This shrine is said to bless visitors wishing for prosperity in relationships and marriage. The Omikuji fortune slips at the shrine are also known for their accuracy in telling fortunes. The shrine gate features unique architecture fusing Asian and European designs, and the stained glasswork transforms its beauty from day to night.
Built with the concept of a "museum like an open park", this museaum was designed for guests to visit at any time. Inside, there is a free cultural exchange zone, and paid exhibition zone, which often host interactive works.
Nishi Chaya District is known as one of Kanazawa’s three largest Chaya Districts. Sounds of shamisen music can be heard at dusk through the streets lined with traditional restaurants and tasteful lattice windowed buildings, accentuating Kanazawa’s renown for entertainment and the arts.
Flourishing for almost 300 years as the kitchen of Kanazawa, Omicho Market boasts over 180 stalls selling diverse products including local fresh fish, fruit, and vegetables. This bustling market also has stalls offering food and drink, and is packed with visitors everyday.
Along with Kutani Ware and cultural assets passed down from the Kaga Domain, this museum also exhibits the works of artists with connection to Ishikawa Prefecture. The museum also contains a cafe run by pastry chef Hironobu Tsujiguchi, a native of Ishikawa prefecture.