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We will be leaving Kyoto on 27th March. We will be heading to kanazawa which the capital city of Ishikawa Prefecture. Kanazawa is located north-west from Kyoto. It is quite a good city size (nothing compare to Tokyo :)). There is about 450 000 people.
After a short train trip, we should arrive in Kanazawa hopefully before midday. In Kanazawa, we will be staying at the Daiwa Roynet Hotel for ...
... Teahouse area - Higashi Choya
... right outside their front doors; no wasted space here. We next went to shirakawa-go, a larger village of the same traditional style houses and others of a more modern style from the beginning of the nineteen hundreds. Part of the village was relocated here when a hydro dam was built along the river. Two hours flew by as we strolled through this lovely place. Most of the tourists her are Japanese touring ...
This morning we had an incredible opportunity to visit the home of a local family. Kane and Akiko are a retired couple who live in the suburbs of Kanazawa. Kane first took us on a tour of his beautiful garden. His wife Akiko greeted us and then disappeared into the kitchen to prepare tea. We then had a tour of their beautiful home. Kane was in the real estate business and his first son and family live in an attached home in front of their home. He has taken over ...
... the rest of the world for a long period
of time, these villages with their Gassho-style houses subsisted on the cultivation of
mulberry trees and the rearing of silkworms. The large houses with their steeply pitched
thatched roofs are the only examples of their kind in Japan. Despite economic upheavals,
the villages of Ogimachi, Ainokura and Suganuma are outstanding examples of a traditional
way of life perfectly adapted to ...
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18-4 Zenkoji, Imizu | Hotelfrom $54