Hotel Nikko Kanazawa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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After barely escaping death by monkey mauling, we hopped the brand new (as of March 14) shinkansen to Kanazawa. We didn’t realize how big of deal this was. The city of Kanazawa was so proud to have a shinkansen line — posters plastered everywhere and goods of all sorts for sale. (Shinkansen trains are so advanced that they require …
... 1603-1868). It originally (1600s) was the outer garden of the Kanazawa Castle but later was moved into the castle grounds by the latter part of that century. The garden has been restored multiple times since then and over time various streams and ponds were created. The name of the garden is a reference from a 19th century book on Japanese gardens and relates to the six attributes of an ideal Japanese landscape garden: spaciousness, seclusion, artifice, ...
Kanazawa was an unexpected gem. We were in an actual hotel this time although the room was tiny. One way or another, G Adventures clearly want us to get to know each other really, really well. Fortunately my roommate Catherine's really easy going and good fun. On our first day here we visited a fish market. They're known for crabs here (no jokes) but I was shocked to see huge crabs going for ...
... that the owner was so impressed by us all using chopsticks and eating most of the food that we had an impromptu performance of song and dance.
After lunch, it was more paper making. This time, we got to make some postcards and even got to keep them. Not much different than Korean paper making.
On our way looking for a place for Udon, we found the fabric section of the local department store right beside where we bought some ...
Met at 8.30 for breakfast, decided to an American style breakfast, bacon, scrambled eggs etc it was yuk. Headed off with Akiko to Takayama,s morning market then continued on to Shirakawago to visit the folk village. What a beautiful place it is basically how it was in the shogun times, timber buildings with thatched roofs. A new freeway went from Tokyo to Kanazawa it took 20 years to build. Before ...