KenrokuenKenrokuen fascinates its visitors all-year-round with cherry blossoms in spring, irises in early summer, autumn foliage in fall, and "Yukitsuri" in winter. It has received three stars in the Michelin Green Guide (travel guide) and has been drawing many tourists from abroad. It is renowned as one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan along with Kairakuen of Mito and Korakuen of Okayama, and is designated as a Special Place of Scenic Beauty by the Japanese government.
Higashi Chaya DistrictHigashi Chaya District is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Kanazawa. The ancient streets with beautiful projecting lattice and stone paving has been designated as Important Preservation Districts for Groups of Traditional Buildings.Visitors will be able to enjoy food and shopping during their stay in this district with a quaint atmosphere, which features cafes and shops offering Japanese confections, traditional crafts and knick-knacks. Kimono rentals are also available if you wish to stroll through this historical townscape wearing a Kimono.