36 Ha, Kayanomachi, Yamanaka-onsen_, Kaga, Ishikawa, Chubu, 922-0138, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kaga

Before the Parade Passes By

A travel blog entry by pandasphere


... was really modern and interesting architecturally, very new and in many ways reminiscent to the Kyoto station. It really stood out against the rest of the city, which seemed a lot older.

The parade started at two in the afternoon right outside the east gate of Kanazawa station. We didn't have the best vantage point, but we could see hundreds of people in traditional Japanese attire - there was a group of women all in the same colored kimonos, ...

Down the west coast

A travel blog entry by alister.bland


... it was just like all the rest. Surprisingly all the temples have no-one in them or around them. Are they just a legacy of the past?
In backpacker territory now. Quite a few roaming around but most only doing 3 or 4 weeks in Japan. Good however to talk to a few people.
Calligraphy classes at night in the hostel. Now have a couple of "masterpieces" i will have to carry until I get back to ...

Kenroku-en Garden

A travel blog entry by maxieduncan


My only full day to explore Kanazawa and still not tip top. The main aim today was to see the castle and the Kenroku-en Garden, one of the three top gardens in Japan (much like the one I'd just seen in Okayama). The main sites are reasonably close together with the castle and garden being right next to each other. The ...


A travel blog entry by maxieduncan


Today was mostly spent on the train from Okayama to Kanazawa; one change at Shin-Osaka and I arrived mid afternoon. I was able to drop my back of the guesthouse and set out to check the Geisha district. There wasn't much to see really but some lovely ...

Temples and Castles

A travel blog entry by anniebusch


... we visited the 270 year-old Omicho fish market. It was huge, full of crabs, oysters, sea urchins and of course fish. We had to find ourselves lunch, which was interesting; most things looked extraordinary, and we weren't sure whether we could eat things cold or not. We had a quarter of an hour to eat it on the coach on the way to our next venue. It was all edible luckily.

Our next visit was to the Kanazawa Castle and ...


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