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2Guest/Per Night¥3,960~RESERVATION
RESERVATION
2Guest/Per Night¥3,960~

LOCATION

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HOTEL PACIFIC KANAZAWA

46 Jikkenmachi Kanazawa Ishikawa 920-0906

BY CAR

  • ・Approximately 8 minutes by taxi from Kanazawa station East exit taxi rank.
  • ・Approximately 17 minutes by car from Kanzawa West Interchange
  • ・Approximately 40 minutes by car from Komatsu airport

BY BUS

Take the bus from terminal 【3.6.7.8.9.10】at Kanazawa station East exit
Or【5】 at Kanazawa station West exit→Get off the nearest bus stop Musashigatsuji/Omicho→Walk for approximately 4 minutes

TOWN GUIDE
01 Higashi Chaya District
01 Higashi Chaya District
One of the teahouse districts that represent Kanazawa culture. Restaurants, trendy townhouse cafes and specialty stores have traditional crafts are lined up, and the traditional town full of tasteful has been selected as a preservation area for important traditional buildings in the country.
02 Kazue machi Chaya District
02 Kazue machi Chaya District
Old-fashioned restaurants and teahouses line the Asano River. At dusk, Shamisen and Japanese drums played by geisha, and you will be surrounded by a tasteful atmosphere. Many tourists come to visit “Kuragarizaka”, where are long stone steps in the dark even in the daytime, and “Akarizaka,” named by Japanese writer Hiroyuki Itsuki.
03 Nishi Chaya District
03 Nishi Chaya District
There are many gorgeous geishas in Nishi Chaya District. A long-established Japanese cuisine is lined up in a two-story teahouse with beautiful latticework, creating a quaint place. You must see the Kanazawa City Nishi Chaya Museum on the ruins of the tea house where the writer, Seijiro Shimada spent.
07 Ozaki Shrine (Kanazawa Toshogu)
07 Ozaki Shrine (Kanazawa Toshogu)
In 1643 (Kanei 20), the fourth lord of the Kaga clan, Mitsutaka Maeda, built in Kanazawa-Johokunomaru to worship his great-grandfather, Ieyasu Tokugawa (Toshodaigongen). The sculptures and decorative metal fittings are painted in red, and the main shrine, the hall of worship, the palace, the middle gate, and the transparent wall are designated as important national cultural properties.
SHOP
07 Fuwari
07 Fuwari
A renovated fine old house on the back alley, the restaurant is full of Machiya style. Outstanding freshness sashimi from Omicho Market and Central Market. There are a wide variety of charcoal-grilled dishes and side dishes cooked carefully.
09 Jiwamonya
09 Jiwamonya
“Jiwamon” means “side dish at home” in Kanazawa dialect. In addition to the main, there are also a few small bowls with good nutritional balance, and the cost performance is outstanding. The 72-year-old owner who talks peacefully saying, “I wanted a place to use vegetables grown in the own field” is really powerful.