Toyoko Inn Kanazawa Kenrokuen Korinbo
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The train ride to Kanazawa was very scenic. Lots of snow capped peaks, flowing rivers and plenty of lush green fields. The hotel where we are staying is brand new, and very very large by Japanese standards. After settling in we take a walk to see what the city has to offer. Its a rather warm day, 25, and lots of blue sky. The city is far more spread out than other cities in Japan.
The railway station is buzzing with activity as it has just opened a week ago, and there are a ...
... trendy thing by taking this shinkansen line, called Hokuriku. :)
Checked into Hotel Nikko, and noticed the lush, gorgeous flower shop and the patisserie offering elegant delicacies, such as a matcha tiramisu. (Also, the lobby was totes cray — french colonial meets japanese salaryman). Starting out fresh the following morning, we made our way to the Kenrokuen Gardens at Kanazawa Castle.
These are supposedly the finest gardens in all of Japan — and ...
... go to Starbucks we found a small local coffee shop where the owner made the coffee in a jug and put on an Eric Clapton vinyl album on his English deck he proudly told us. A great find. For dinner we went to a local fast food joint,GoGoCurry to sample the speciality. A pork escalope on a bed of rice with a "curry" sauce,cabbage and pickled radish. With a beer it was surprisingly tasty. There's even a branch in New ...
... to the sea. A giant crab could be had for £60 ! For our evening meal our tour guide took us to a local restaurant for a local delicacy a rice stuffed omelette with a choice of sauces poured over it,Kate had a salad and Sebastian did the honourable thing and had one with Parma ham,rocket and Italian pasta sauce on the basis that if it were deconstructed it wouldn't look ...
... them doing more) however we were provided with books that had all the information translated into English so we were able to follow al that was going on. It was fascinating and so clever how all the passageways linked together and how a 2 storey house actually had 7 storeys. I would definitely recommend it as a place to visit. Next up was Kenrokuen garden, one of the top three gardens in Japan. This was very pleasant to stroll around. ...