Grand Hotel Hakusan

Address: 152-7 Nishishinmachi, Hakusan, Ishikawa Prefecture, Chubu, 924-0871, Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 152-7 Nishishinmachi, Hakusan, is near Nagamachi District, Nomura Samurai House, Shinise Memorial Hall, and Teramachi District.
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    Travel Blogs from Hakusan

    Nice compact city with numerous attractions

    A travel blog entry by tanglt on Jun 02, 2015

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    ... My calculation would suggest their gold leaves are at least 5 times thinner than the Burmese ones. The highlight of the afternoon tour would be a visit to an establishment ran by a geisha. She was beautifully dressed and speaks passable English. We had a tour of the place and an introduction to entertainment by geishas. There is a VIP tearoom where the tatami is covered with gold leaf!
    We went to the local craft museum and ...

    Day 8

    A travel blog entry by glendasblog on May 22, 2015

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    ... no way to get to this village. We had lunch there and then drove 1hr to Kanazawa where will stay the night. Walked to a Shinto shrine & to the Castle, Annette, Nat & myself sat overlooking a beautiful garden while the boys climbed the steps to the castle. Back to the hotel for an hours rest then out for tea. I did sushi, Nat & Rob went to Maccas. Walked back to the hotel 20 degrees at ...

    Off we now go, to Shirakawago and Kanazawa

    A travel blog entry by howardstein on Apr 19, 2015

    ... t grow enough rice to pay the taxes so they supplemented the rice with silk and fine carpentry. These items are still being produced here today. At an observation point high above the village we could see the village layout of buildings, many rice paddies, the surrounding mountains and their streams resulting from melting snow, and a distant very high ski hill. The buildings now are one third each homes, restaurants and museums, and souvenir shops. Oh, speaking ...

    Kanawaza lives up to it's rainy reputation

    A travel blog entry by haddons on Apr 15, 2015

    19 photos

    ... and lacquerware. Nia was taught how to create a Japanese money envelope and make a coaster. Back to the garden but we soon retreated to the traditional tearoom which was set in it's own small garden. We were served green tea and s biscuit (which seemed to be pink sugar) by ladies in kimonos. By 4.30 we'd given up and we're back at the station where we looked at the unusual fountain clock, changed our train reservation so ...

    Kanazawa

    A travel blog entry by haddons on Apr 14, 2015

    7 photos

    ... us with very cramped conditions and nowhere to relax. Eating and sleeping on the floor day after day has limited appeal. Having to share bathrooms and toilet facilities is also annoying bearing in mind that they are pretty basic and that you pay a premium to stay in a Ryokan (Traditional Japanese inn). Also the whole show thing is driving us crazy, slippers for communal area, off on Tatami mats, toilet slippers etc...We've decided to stay in hotels with ...