Tea House Street
[KANAZAWA / JAPAN]
Kanazawa's cityscape is preserved 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. On the Tea House Street, an entire row of wooden teahouses and paved roads can be seen. They have not only become a renowned tourist attraction of Kanazawa but are also designated as "National Important Cultural Asset Preservation Area".
- Japanese Room
Tea House Street features Japanese wooden architecture and stone-paved roads reminiscent of its former glory.
Tea House Street features an entire row of traditional wooden teahouses to present the nostalgic scenery. The buildings are decorated with bayview windows and the stone-paved roads connect the past with the present. Sounds of musical instruments can often be heard to bring back the nostalgia of the past. Tea House Street is an ideal shooting location to experience the picturesque landscape of Jokamachi.