In Kanazawa, you can discover and enjoy both historic and modern faces of the city. Kanazawa is a nicely small city for walking and biking.
Below, a model plan to explore Kanazawa for a three-day stay.
|16:30||Check-in at AKATSUKIYA|
|18:30||Dining out? *Please feel free to ask us about restaurants near AKATSUKIYA.|
|21:00||Back to AKATSUKIYA
Take a shower at AKATSUKIYA or go to a public bath. There are two public baths near AKATSUKIYA. Both are only 2 minutes away on foot.
|6:30||Enjoy an early morning walk around Asano-gawa river
|8:30||Sightseeing: Kenroku-en Garden, Kanazawa Castle and 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art.? Each destination is within a walking distance.
|12:00||Enjoy grocery shopping and lunch at Ohmicho Ichiba,“Kitchen of Kanazawa citizens”
|14:00||Sightseeing: Higashi Chaya-gai District
Stroll in a historic ambience. If you are lucky, you can encounter a beautiful Geisha in kimono on the maze-like alleys.
|16:00||Sightseeing: Naga-machi Buke Yashiki District
Nomura-ke, Samurai Family Residence is a must-go place.
|18:00||Dinner around Kata-machi
|21:00||Back to AKATSUKIYA|
|9:15||Take a bus bound for Kanazawa Station at Yokoyama-cho bus stop and get off at Hirosaka. Leave your baggage at Kuroneko Hot Station. Local information is available there.
|9:30||Sightseeing: Ninja-dera (Myoryuji Temple), Nishi Chaya-gai District, Muro Saisei Kinenkan Museum, Sai-gawa River.? All are within a walking distance from each other.
|12:00||Lunch and shopping around Tate-machi and Korinbo area
|13:30||Pick up your baggage at Kuroneko Hot Station.
Take a bus bound for Kanazawa Station for your next destination.