Toyoko Inn Kanazawa Kenrokuen Korinbo

Address: 2-4-28 Korinbo, Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Chubu, 920-0961, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2-4-28 Korinbo, Kanazawa, is near Nagamachi District, Nomura Samurai House, Oyama Shrine, and Teramachi District.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsToyoko Inn Kanazawa Kenrokuen Korinbo

          Reviewed by m.bristow


          Reviewed Oct 5, 2016
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          TripAdvisor Reviews Toyoko Inn Kanazawa Kenrokuen Korinbo

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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          Cherry Blossoms pretty...

          A travel blog entry by kfamily on Apr 06, 2017

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          Temperature 5 – 19 degrees, fine with afternoon showers

          We make our way to Kanazawa through some snowy country again and between the tunnels there is plenty of snow. The longest tunnel is 11 km. Kanazawa is the capital of Ishikawa Prefecture, on Japan's central Honshu. It's known for its well-preserved Edo Period districts, art …


          A travel blog entry by m.bristow on Oct 06, 2016

          17 photos

          We left Takayama headed for Kanazawa today. The trip was about 2 1/2 hours on the train. We caught the bus to our accomodation and dropped our bags off and headed to the Kenroku-en (garden) which is meant to be one of the top 3 gardens in Japan. We then visited the Higashi-chaya-gai (Geisha district) from the early 19th century. There are still a …


          A travel blog entry by sylviemouse on Apr 12, 2013

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          En sortant du train, on essaie de demander quel bus, mais ici l'anglais ne passe pas du tout. Puis on comprend que l'on peut prendre l'autobus sur le quai 7-8-9 et il nous débarque en face de notre hôtel. On prend un thé pour se réchauffer un peu, puis on part explorer le quartier Nagamachi, l'ancien quartier des samouraïs. Très jolies petites rues …

          Castles, Gardens and Geisha Streets

          A travel blog entry by nreid on Oct 29, 2015

          44 photos

          ... A few brides getting their photos taken in the park and young ladies dressed in Kimino strolling the gardens and taking photos of each other, and everyone else taking photos of them. Traditional tea houses are situated on the lake. We had tea (o..cha) and soba noodles again! Took a ridiculous amount of photos.

          Took the loop bus back across the city and hopped off at the Higashi district again, as we had ...

          Geishas and Gardens

          A travel blog entry by nreid on Oct 28, 2015

          17 photos

          ... was excellent. Some small German sausages with mustard for 400 yen and 4 mugs of Kirin beer (3 for Rod of course!) and 2 massive bowls of hot soba noodles for 3800 yen or about $40. Absolute bargain. My soba had wild vegetables and was fabulous. We are eating so many noodles we have become excellent slurpers! But am a bit worried about the calories.

          Hate our hotel room, can smell cigarette smoke, even though we are in a non smoking ...