Kikunoya Inn

Address: 1-1-27 Hirosaka, Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Chubu, 920-0962, Japan | Ryokan
 
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This ryokan, located on 1-1-27 Hirosaka, Kanazawa, is near Oyama Shrine, Ishikawa Prefectural Art Museum, Shinise Memorial Hall, and Saihitsu-an.
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    Travel Blogs from Kanazawa

    Nice compact city with numerous attractions

    A travel blog entry by tanglt on Jun 02, 2015

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    ... good modern art museum. We didn't really appreciate some of the modern art, but the "swimming pool" which is an underground room with an open air transparent roof covered by a few inches of water. Very clever. The building is round supposedly designed by the same architect that designed MOMA in NYC. We passed by and stopped for a visit to the shrine honoring the feudal lord who founded Kanazawa. We went with the guide to a local ...

    Day 8

    A travel blog entry by glendasblog on May 22, 2015

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    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 ...

    Off we now go, to Shirakawago and Kanazawa

    A travel blog entry by howardstein on Apr 19, 2015

    ... silk spun as a cottage industry. The dangers that the buildings face are fire, snow weight due to the large annual snowfall, and dilapidation. The wooden structure lasts hundreds of years due to the coating of soot on all the interior parts, but the roof needs replacing every 30 years. When any home needs it, it becomes a community venture. During the Shogun era, each community was required to pay taxes in the form of rice. Since Shirakawa-go is in the mountains, ...

    Back to the west coast to see some mountains

    A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Apr 17, 2015

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    More rain. Its not heavy, so i dont get that wet walking to the subway station. Once in Nagoya i find the maze of underground sopping malls takes me right to the bus station, so no getting wet.
    The bus ride takes a route across the Alps, well through lots of tunnels. I would like to say there were some stunning views, but the low cloud and rain made sure i did not see much.
    Once in Toyama the short walk to the hotel was in the rain as well. It seems the ...

    Kanawaza lives up to it's rainy reputation

    A travel blog entry by haddons on Apr 15, 2015

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    Oh dear - another really wet day. We bought our day tickets for the tourist loop bus and went first to the 21st Century Gallery of Contemporary Art hoping that the rain would stop. It was a lovely circular building with a completely white cafe and some very interesting permanent exhibits. These included an optical illusion swimming pool that has 10cm of water that looked deep from the top but you could walk into the room ...