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, Kanazawa Yasue Gold Leaf Museum, and Shinise Memorial Hall.
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Travel Blogs from Hakusan

Autumn Leaves and Thatched Roofs

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 23, 2014

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... we could even make it as the last bus to Kamikochi left the nearby bus stop at 4pm, which is ridiculously early. If we missed that, we would have to catch a taxi there. As Kamikochi is a national park, cars are not allowed in.



Lots of autumn leaves with thatched roof houses at Shirakawago. Some of the roofs were a meter thick. We wandered around till about 2.20pm. There were canals along the street with huge koi and ...

Kanazawa, Japan

A travel blog entry by foxiii on Oct 15, 2014

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Our last port of call and tour today before disembarking tomorrow in Maizuru. It looks to be a bright sunny day ahead since the typhoon has moved on which is good. We sail into the port before sunrise and are greeted at the port by ladies dressed in kimonos, and a Samurai cartoon character, I get a few pics with them and the Captain. We first travel to the Kenrokuen Gardens where we view the magnificent gardens. Our tea ceremony awaits, not very tasty ...

West by Thunderbird

A travel blog entry by 111days on Oct 06, 2014

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We are now in Kanazawa, north and west of Kyoto. We came up yesterday by a train called Thunderbird and I thoroughly enjoyed the views as we travelled close to the water along the east coast and then moved up into more mountainous areas and saw plenty of picture postcard trees. Kanazawa seems quite wealthy and is beautifully kept - at least from what we have seen so far. There is a castle nearby the Hotel Resol Trinity, where we are staying, and next to the castle is one of ...

Gardens, fog and rain

A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Oct 05, 2014

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... Japan.

The traditional homes are built of paper and wood. There is little permanent furniture so that one room can serve many purposes. Today’s homes often have both western style furnished rooms and traditional Japanese rooms.

We visited the gardens, which were beautiful, then ventured to the Geisha district. Many of the buildings are now private homes and shops as well as some ...

Kanazawa - Castle, Kenrokuen Garden, Villa - day 5

A travel blog entry by gjsk on Sep 12, 2014

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... you don't get condensation from cold drinks over the other bits in your handbag. Joel just despairs. Dinner was full on entertainment. Stuff on sticks, flamed, fried and grilled. Lots of enthusiasm from all the chefs who greeted every new customer who came through the door as though they were long lost friends. Rousing shout outs by all the chefs at once. Eclectic mix of customers including 'salary men' and young trendies. I think it was essentially a bar with Japanese tapas. Good ...