Experience Kanazawa


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[Nanao City] May 3-5
The beginnings of the Seihakusai festival are not clear; some say it has been around since 981, others believe it started the end of the Muromachi period (1336-1573).

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[Suzu City]
If you are interested in the Noto Peninsula, and want to head for the very tip of the land, Rokkosaki cape is the point to be. It's in Noroshi-machi, Suzu city.

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[Kanazawa City] Jun 5-7
Kanazawa Hyakumangoku Matsuri is the biggest annual festival in the region. Many events are held over a period of three days in June.

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Once upon a time, many kinds of indigenous vegetables were cultivated in and around Kanazawa during the feudal era. Since consumers controlled the market, the farmers were forced to bend to their demands. Japanese people are well-known for being choosy about the appearance of fruits and ...

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[Kanazawa City] Jul 4
Kneeling or sitting on our comfortable cushions lined up against the red and blue painted walls of the large Japanese-style ...

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Some sushi restaurants are extremely expensive, but there are also many reasonable ones. Of course, you can go to a ...

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[Komatsu City] May 8-10, 2015
Komatsu city is well-know for the popular Kabuki play "Kanjin-Cho", based on the Noh play "Ataka".

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[Nomi City] May 3-5
Kutani-Yaki is indispensable ware for the local cuisine! There are some of the defining characteristics of different types of porcelain, such ...

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How many types of Japanese porcelain do you know of? Imari-Yaki, made in Saga? Bizen-Yaki, from Okayama? Kyo-Yaki, originating...

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[Kanazawa City]
It rains a lot in Kanazawa, and that’s why Kanazawa Wagasa is tougher than Kyo Wagasa (made in Kyoto) or Edo’s (made in Tokyo)! Our umbrella has thick ribs, stretchers and ...

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[Hakusan City]
I must confess that I’m terrified of heights. Whenever I’m up in the air, I’m visited by a familiar fear that’s been with me ever since I first ...

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[Kaga City]
Ishikawa prefecture boasts three regions well-known for lacquerware. But are they all the same? Of course not! Each region’s wares have different features due to their unique histories. Wajima city is famous worldwide for its fine lacquering process, Kanazawa for decorative techniques, and the ...

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[Kanazawa City]
We have all marveled at them, sensed their elegant nature and perhaps even touched one. I was lucky enough to have the wonderful opportunity to not only wear one...

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When you travel to other cities, you definitely expect to find a local food that can only be eaten in the region, right?

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