Via Inn Kanazawa

Address: 1-1 Kinosinbo-machi, Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Chubu, 920-0858, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Kanazawa Station area of Kanazawa, is near Kenrokuen Garden, Kanazawa Castle, Nagamachi District, and Nomura Samurai House.
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        Travel Blogs from Kanazawa

        Castles, Gardens and Geisha Streets

        A travel blog entry by nreid on Oct 29, 2015

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        ... 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

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        ... out in fairy lights, but not as over the top as Hastings Street at home. Quite tastefully done, whereas ours are crass in my view.

        We could only find places with raw seafood and we're getting desperate for a beer and sit down so headed for the train station. If you want good affordable food in Japan, just go to the train stations or food courts in department stores.

        We had mixed tempura (6 pieces for 600 yen or $7 ...

        From shoe shopping to foot massage

        A travel blog entry by jandwinjapan on Oct 01, 2015

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        ... on the side walk as there is no bike lane. We first went to the Geisha district. A small street with old wooden houses were Geishas would entertain their guests, playing music and serving tea. And we also strolled through the temple district. After that, we cycled our way to the samurai district and we had lunch at a cooking school. It was really tasty: soup, duck in a sauce, rice, pickled veggies, ... While sitting ...

        From hectic Tokyo to somewhat less hectic Kanazawa

        A travel blog entry by jandwinjapan on Sep 30, 2015

        21 photos

        ... waiter showed us the way to another restaurant further down the street that also made sushi and sashimi. We stayed there all night and enjoyed some really great food at the bar: squid sushi, grilled eel, tempura mushroom, grilled eggplant, oysters, tuna sashimi, .... And sake in cute little glasses. The menu was only in Japanese so we just showed the chef the ingredient we wanted and told him to work his magic and that worked out quite well ...

        Kanazawa

        A travel blog entry by drmom on Jul 31, 2015

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        Today we spent a few hours in Kanazawa. This city is known for Kanazawa Castle, which was established in 1580 and the Kenrokuen Garden, which is generally regarded as being one of the top gardens in Japan. Naturally, we had to go see them.


        Once again we used the local bus system to get around. Easy to use and inexpensive.


        We started at the Kenrokuen Garden, which is in the standard garden from the ...