Eat as You Go in Omicho, “Kanazawa’s Kitchen”
Learn how to enjoy Kanazawa's Omicho Fish Market the way the locals do, perusing the selection of fresh seafood, sake, veggies and fruits. Pick up the best (and cheapest!) sake to pair with Omicho's many samples and single servings.
Yuwaku Onsen: A World Away in Kanazawa
What do you get when you cross Shirakawa-go with Yamanaka? The 1300-year-old Yuwaku Onsen, a sleepy village set deep in the mountainous forests of Kanazawa.
The 3 Geisha Districts of Kanazawa
Higashi Chaya is just one of three geisha districts in Kanazawa. Here's what discoveries to make in each tea house district in the city to make the most of your visit through them.
The Samurai’s Hometown, Nagamachi
Literally meaning "the long samurai residence neighborhood," this district was home to high and mid-ranking samurai soldiers of Edo-era Kanazawa. The tawny stone and mud walls that line the streets make a fortress of the neighborhood itsel…
Ono, Port Town of Innovation
The small port town of Ono in northwest Kanazawa, is one of the top producers of soy sauce in all of Japan and a great sightseeing spot for city cyclists