“ History, culture and art
complementing one another - Kanazawa ”
After several centuries, Kanazawa has retained its pristine cityscape. The stone-paved Tea House Street has not only preserved the 200 year-old traditional Japanese landscape, it now also features art heritage, tearooms and history museums, making it a popular destination for travelers exploring the streets and alleyways of Kanazawa. Four centuries later, it is still a timeless Japanese garden with exquisite landscaping. Furthermore, the Matto Folk Museum, which was built 100 years ago, Mt. Utatsu, which offers a commanding view of downtown Kanazawa and cherry blossoms, as well as the Uchinada beach, the diverse collection of historic relics exist in harmony with nature, making it an ideal shooting location and a sanctuary for cleansing the soul.
Tea House Street
Kanazawa's Tea House Street is a Jokamachi outside the castle resided by feudal lords in ancient Japan. The remnants of history are preserved until today. Within the cluster of 140 buildings, roughly 1/3 are genuine historic relics, further enhancing the street scenery of Kanazawa.
Kanazawa Citizen's Art Center
The old red brick factory building from 1927 has been transformed into the Kanazawa Citizen's Art Center, featuring practice rooms and art galleries. The office building has been registered as a tangible national cultural property with significant historic value.
Uchinada Beach is located in Kanazawa; with convenient transportation and 9km stretch of romantic, pure white sandy beach, countless water activity enthusiasts flock here in summer from Kanazawa and around the country.
Matto Folk Museum
The building of Matto Folk Museum was originally a private residence owned by a consortium, and it was only relocated to the present location recently. The main architecture and garden has comprehensively preserved the former glory of the compound, making it an ideal location to appreciate ancient Japanese lifestyle.
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