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We stayed in this hidden gem Michelin 3 star hotel with affordable price. Great food and service. If you are interested in Japanese history, there is an actual "Nogaku" stage 100+ years old, and the hotel has been in business for more than 200 years....More
This hotel was a great introduction to Japan. A combination of traditional rooms, the hot-spring (Onsen) and traditional Japanese meals for breakfast and dinner. All the staff were very helpful, it was possible to get them to call for taxi, and then explain to the...More
We were visiting Kanazawa to see the old wooden town and surrounding areas and decided to stay in an onsen for a new experience. It's a little out of the main town in the countryside about a 15 minute JPY1,500 cab ride away,
Words will do me no justice but what a truly beautiful experience. They went above and beyond in all aspects. From the moment we arrived to the moment we left, we felt right at home with genuine warmth and hospitality felt from each of the...More
Everyone was very nice and the hotel was beautiful, a little far from Kanazawa and is convenient to check in advance the schedual of the buses because the taxi can be a little expensive. Would come back. Definitively.
You'll have to catch a bus from the bus stop right outside Kanazawa Station. They don't run frequently, so best to check the schedule to make sure it will work with your travel plans. Don't know anything about tour... More
You'll have to catch a bus from the bus stop right outside Kanazawa Station. They don't run frequently, so best to check the schedule to make sure it will work with your travel plans. Don't know anything about tour packages.
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"Traditional rooms are nice, some have shared bathroom facilities."