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Kaga Onsen – The Charming Onsen Resorts Close to Kanazawa

Kaga City (加賀市), also commonly referred to as Kaga Onsen (加賀温泉), can be sub-divided into six areas, including three main onsen towns, each with unique selling points. The hot spring resorts have a history dating back 1,300 years. There are onsen ryokans with high-quality service and various beautiful local handicrafts waiting for you to discover and even bring a few back homes!

There is also abundant nature with promenades for those who fancy a stroll or even a hike into the stunning nature for a getaway from the busy urban lifestyle. Read on and learn more about things you can experience in Kaga Onsen!

How to Get around in Kaga Onsen

There are two types of buses that you can take during your time in Kaga City. One is the Kaga Tour Bus – CANBUS, and the other one is Kaga Onsen Bus (加賀温泉バス). Both services depart from JR Kagaonsen Station (加賀温泉駅).

Kaga Tour Bus – CANBUS (加賀周遊バス キャン・バス)

Most of the attractions in Kaga can be accessed by taking the Kaga Tour Bus – CANBUS that both depart and terminates at JR Kagaonsen Station (加賀温泉駅). Except for the Komatsu Airport Line (小松空港線), the other two lines are both running in a loop and only go in one direction. This means that if the places you visit are close to JR Kagaonsen Station, the return bus trip will take a lot longer.

To board the bus service, you will need either a one-day or two-day bus ticket which can be purchased at the ticket counter opposite JR Kagaonsen Station’s south exit For more information about the service, pricing, and timetable, please refer to their website HERE.

Tip: With the bus ticket, you can get a discount or freebies at some attractions along the bus route.

Eco Ride Coupon

If you don’t think you will visit many attractions in a day, then the ECO Ride Coupon may be better. It allows you to board the CANBUS twice, free access to one facility in the city, and an exchange voucher for a traditional sweet at participating stores.

For more information, please refer to their website HERE and translate it by Google Chrome’s translation function at the right of the address bar.

Kaga Hot Spring Town Passport (加賀温泉郷パスポート)

Another money saver is the Kaga Hot Spring Town Passport. Depending on how you plan to get around, you can either get a red passport that gives you access to three attractions or a blue passport for an additional CANBUS ticket. Both passports are valid for two days from the date of purchase.

For more information, please refer to their website HERE and translate it by Google Chrome.

Kaga Onsen Bus (加賀温泉バス)

The regular bus services are also running in Kaga City. If you read Japanese, you can refer to HERE for more details. We will include regular bus service information under the attractions’ access information below.

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Yamanaka Onsen (山中温泉)

Yamanaka Onsen is a small hot spring town next to a beautiful valley. Besides the onsen with great medical benefits and stunning nature, Yamanaka Onsen is also known for the Yamanaka lacquerware, making it a perfect spot to enjoy nature and the beauty of Japanese culture and craftworks.

The locals are so proud of their lacquer skills that not only it is applied to utensils but is also used to decorate the performance halls and the public bathhouse in town!

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To find out more about where to go and what to do in the gorgeous town, please refer to our article about Yamanaka Onsen.

Yamashiro Onsen (山代温泉)

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Yamashiro Onsen, the biggest onsen town in Kaga Onsen, has facilities providing different types of onsen. Tourists often spend most of their stay in Yamashiro Onsen, indulging themselves in one onsen pool after another.

The town is also where Kutani-ware was revived. Museums and galleries are scattered throughout the town for all the pottery lovers to discover the history and the beauty of this local specialty.

To find out more about where to go and what to do in this popular destination, please refer to our article about Yamashiro Onsen.

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Okashijō Kagahan (御菓子城 加賀藩)

Surrounding by a nice Japanese garden, Okashijō Kagahan is a great place to visit for those who love traditional Japanese sweets and origami (paper folding).

Not only can you get many different kinds of traditional sweets, such as the shop’s special product – Kagafuku (加賀福), but other local specialties, including alcohol, can also be purchased here.

On the second floor, you will find the world’s biggest Origami Museum, where around 100,000 origami works are exhibited. Among them, a paper crane is so tiny that it can only be seen with a microscope. There is also a garden created with origami as well!

If you are interested in learning more about origami, you can participate in one of their 30-minute workshops held at 10:30 am and 2:30 pm. The cost is 300 yen per person, including the material cost.

If you are planning to come to the museum solely for the workshop, please give them a call at +81-761-77-2500 to make sure there is a spot for you.

Important: The Origami Museum is currently closed.

Okashijō Kagahan’s Opening Hours and Access Information

Important: Due to COVID-19, Okashijō Kagahan is currently closed.

  • The facility is open from 8:15 am to 5 pm daily except on the 30th and the 31st of December. Note it closes early at 4 pm from December to March

From JR Kagaonsen Station (加賀温泉駅), take one of the bus services below:

  • Kaga Tour Bus – CANBUS’s (加賀周遊バス キャン・バス) mountain route (山まわり) and get off at Okashijō Kagahan (御菓子城加賀藩)
  • Kaga Onsen Bus (加賀温泉バス)’s Onsen Yamanaka Line (温泉山中線) from JR Kagaonsen Station west exit’s bus stop no. 2 and get off at Kamo (加茂). From there, it is a 10-minute walk
    • For the service’s timetable, please refer to the top left table on their website HERE

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Yunokuni no Mori Traditional Handicrafts Village (加賀伝統工芸村 ゆのくにの森)

For those looking to enjoy cultural activities in Japan, Ishikawa Prefecture is one of the best places to do so because of the number of different kinds of traditional crafts the region possesses. And if you can’t be bothered to travel around the prefecture to have a go on all of them, come to Yunokuni no Mori Traditional Handicrafts Village in Komatsu City. Because here is where you can make more than 10 different types of handicrafts in one spot!

Locating on a hill full of nice nature, the village was created by relocating thatched-roof houses built in the Edo and the Meiji Period. Each of the 11 houses has a different theme based on traditional crafts such as Kutani-ware, gold leaf, and Nakayama lacquerware. As each workshop requires a different amount of time to explore, plan with the information on their website HERE, so you get the most out of your visit!

Important: The restaurants in the village don’t have a pure vegetarian menu. If you can’t take the non-vegetarian broth, remember to bring your own lunch.

Yunokuni no Mori Traditional Handicrafts Village’s Opening Hours, Admission Fees, and Access Information

  • The village is open from 9 am to 4:30 pm
    • The last admission to the village is at 3:30 pm
    • The last admission to any workshops is at 3 pm
  • The village closes on Thursdays and may close on days other than Thursday which they will announce on their Japanese website
  • Admission fees:
    • Adults: 550 yen (+200 yen for your access to the village on the following day)
    • High school students: 440 yen (+150 yen for your access to the village on the following day)
    • Children from the age of 4: 330 yen (+100 yen for your access to the village on the following day)
  • From JR Kagaonsen Station (加賀温泉駅), take one of the Kaga Tour Bus – CANBUS’s (加賀周遊バス キャン・バス) mountain route (山まわり) and get off at Kaga Traditional Handicrafts Village Yunokuni no Mori (加賀 伝統工芸村ゆのくにの森)
  • You can also catch a bus from JR Komatsu Station (小松駅) west exit bus stop no. 1 and get off at the Awazu Onsen (粟津温泉). Please find the timetable for Awazu Line (粟津線) HERE. The village is within a 15-minute walk from the bus stop

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Natadera Temple (那谷寺)

The history of Natadera Temple started in 717 with a monk named Taichō (泰澄), who placed a statue of Kannon Bodhisattva inside the cave where the current temple’s main hall was constructed upon.

Having a Michelin Green Guide star, the scenery on the temple’s precinct is just breathtaking, especially the rocky cliff on one side of the temple.

The cliff, which looks almost like it has been painted onto the scenery, was designated as one of the National Places of Scenery Beauty. Many of the halls are also Japan’s National Important Cultural Properties.

The Tainai-kuguri (胎内くぐり) in the main worship hall in many Japanese temples are usually dark. But, the Iwaya-tainai-kuguri (いわや胎内くぐり) at Natadera Temple is a lot brighter, where lit candles and incense are offered to the Eleven-faced Thousand-armed Kannon!

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With a spacious temple ground, many spend at least 30 minutes, if not over an hour here, indulging themselves in the picturesque nature and landscape. The temple’s lake, which is closed to the Honden (main worship hall), is another spot in the temple that sees many pilgrims being enchanted by the stunning view in front of them.

Passing the Kaedetsuki Bridge (楓月橋), you will reach an observation deck that offers the most spectacular view of the entire temple. With access to the cliff itself prohibited due to safety and landscape protection reasons, the deck offers the best spot to admire the extraordinary rocky cliff!

Natadera Temple is most well-known for its fall foliage season from mid to late November. It is also a great place to visit throughout the year. With flowers decorating the temple in spring and summer, and the snowy scenery in winter, this spot is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Awazu Onsen (粟津温泉) in the Kaga region.

For more information about the temple, please refer to their website HERE.

Natadera Temple’s Opening Hours, Entry Fee, and Access Information

  • The temple is open from 9:15 am to 4 pm daily
  • The admission fee is :
    • 600 yen for adults
    • 300 yen for elementary school students
    • An extra 200 yen is payble if you want to enter the Shoin and Garden
  • From JR Kagaonsen Station (加賀温泉駅), take one of the Kaga Tour Bus – CANBUS’s (加賀周遊バス キャン・バス) mountain route (山まわり) and get off at Natadera Temple (那谷寺)
  • You can also catch a bus from JR Komatsu Station (小松駅) west exit bus stop no. 1 and get off at the terminal stop Natadera Temple (那谷寺). Please find the timetable for Awazu Line (粟津線) HERE

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Wagatani Dam (我谷ダム)

Thanks to the Wagatani Dam at the far back of Yamanaka Onsen, the water flowing through the Kakusenkei Gorge (鶴仙渓) in Yamanaka Onsen (山中温泉) is stable throughout the year. Even on a day with heavy rain, the promenade of the gorge won’t be submerged by a sudden increase in water flow.

While there isn’t anything special about the dam, it is actually a hidden cherry blossom viewing spot. You can also enjoy the fall color around the dam, which has been attracting many visitors in November. In winter, when everything is frozen, it also offers spectacular scenery for those who venture out of the warm ryokan rooms (*´ω`).

The most popular photo spot is the red suspension bridge crossing the dam. It will also lead to the trailhead of the Wagatani mountain trail for passionate hikers who are aiming for the summit of Mt. Fujishagadake (富士写ヶ岳).

And don’t be afraid to cross the bridge even if you are scared of height. The majority of the bridge was built with concrete that it hardly swings (^_-)-☆.

How to Get to Wagatani Dam

The dam is about a 30-minute walk from The Great Cedars of Kayano in Yamanaka Onsen or a 10-minute drive from Yamanaka Onsen.

Tsukiusagi no Sato (月うさぎの里)

The Nagai Town (永井町) in Kaga City has a legend that a rabbit who was rescued by a townsperson saved the village from floods in turn. The town also has an old belief that rabbits will bring happiness and good luck.

This is probably why the park – Tsukiusagi no Sato – is free to enter for you to meet more than 50 rabbits that are running around freely on the premises (*´ω`). Although you can only hug them during the designated time slots (refer to below), you can feed them by buying the feed from a vending machine any time you like!

  • 10:30 am
  • 1:30 pm

You can also feed them while you hug them if you purchase the feed in advance.

  • 300 yen for a cup of rabbit feeds
  • 200 yen to participate in a rabbit hugging session
    • Each session lasts for 30 minutes

Apart from rabbits, there are also two African spurred tortoises. While you will typically find them in the yard, on a hot day, you might spot them in souvenir shops (≧▽≦).

Tortoise feeding is also possible by letting the staff know. You can distinguish the staff by the red hats they wear. Each time it will cost 300 yen. When you feed them, please wear gloves that are provided and use tongs so you won’t be bitten by them accidentally.

Apart from the restaurant (which doesn’t have a vegetarian menu), there is also a bakery and a confectionery shop selling rabbit-shaped bread and sweet bean-paste buns!

Note that most bread and buns contain eggs. To confirm the ingredients, you can utilize the phrases in our Essential Japanese Travel Phrases for Vegetarians and Vegans article.

Tsukiusagi no Sato’s Opening Hours and Access Information

  • For the days that it will open and the hours, please refer to the calendar on their website HERE.
    • Each day on the calendar is marked by a different color
    • Tsukiusagi no Sato won’t open on the days that are colored in red
    • Also, the calendar on the right is for the restaurant in the park
  • From JR Kagaonsen Station (加賀温泉駅), take the sea route (海まわり) of the Kaga Tour Bus – CANBUS’s (加賀周遊バスキャン・バス) and get off as stop 16 – Usagi no Sato (月うさぎの里)
    • HERE is the timetable of the Kaga Tour Bus – CAN Bus

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Kaga Fruitland (加賀フルーツランド)

If you have been to a supermarket in Japan looking for fruit, you would have realized how expensive fruit in Japan is. This is why an all-you-can-eat fruit-picking farm is a great way to enjoy Japan’s sweet and juicy fruits!

At Kaga Fruitland, each fruit-picking session is 30 minutes. So having some training on how to eat faster beforehand would be really useful on the day (´▽`*). The park has a total of 5 different fruits that have different harvesting seasons. So no matter when you visit the park, you won’t leave empty-handed.

One thing to note is that some fruit requires booking to ensure enough ripe fruit to be picked on the day. Booking as early as one month beforehand is recommended, especially if you visit the park on a weekend or public holiday.

Apart from fruit-picking, you can also utilize the BBQ facilities. Everything, including the ingredients, will be prepared for you, so all you need to bring is yourself with an empty stomach and enough cash!

On your way out, don’t forget to drop by their shop for souvenirs such as homemade jams and original wines (=゚ω゚)ノ.

For more information, including how to reserve, please refer to their website HERE.

Tip: They can arrange for your ingredients for the BBQ only have vegetables. The cost is 880 yen per person.

Kaga Fruitland’s Opening Hours and Access Information

  • Kaga Fruitland is open from 9 am to 5 pm
    • Fruit picking can be done from 9 am to 3 pm
  • From JR Kagaonsen Station (加賀温泉駅), take the Kaga Tour Bus – CANBUS’s (加賀周遊バス キャン・バス) sea route (海まわり) and get off at Kaga Fruitland (加賀フルーツランド).

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Kutaniyaki Art Museum (石川県九谷焼美術館)

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Kutaniyaki Art Museum is a great place to be enchanted by the local handicraft, Kutani ware, which has a history spanning over 360 years. Not only will you find beautiful ceramics in the display rooms, but the local specialty is proudly on display throughout the facility.

The museum itself is so decorated with colorful porcelain that even the umbrella stands at the entrance are made of Kutani-ware!

In addition to the vintage Kutani-ware on display from the Edo Period (1603 – 1867), there is a digital library in the museum displaying high-definition images of Kutani-ware masterpieces held all over the country and the history of Kutani-ware.

Another spot in the museum that you just can’t miss out on is the washbasin-like instrument. When water drops onto it, a pleasing xylophone-like sound rings out (apparently due to the bottles buried underneath)!

On the museum’s second floor, there is a cafe serving Japanese and/or Chinese tea with Kutani-ware made by artisans living in the Kaga region. Depending on the season, the recommended teas will also change!

Next to the cafe is the museum’s shop, featuring Kutani wares for visitors to bring home (albeit the price tag isn’t that friendly).

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Tip: If you understand Japanese, free guide tours will be on weekends and public holidays.

Kutaniyaki Art Museum’s Opening Hours, Admission Fees, and Access Information

  • The museum is open from 9 am to 5 pm daily except Mondays unless it is a public holiday. The museum will also close from the 29th of December to the 3rd of January
    • The last admission is at 4:30 pm
  • Admission Fees:
    • 560 yen for adults
    • 280 yen for the elderly who are 75 years old and above
    • Free otherwise
  • The museum is an 8-minute walk from JR Daishōji Station (大聖寺駅)
  • You can also take the Kaga Tour Bus – CANBUS’s (加賀周遊バス キャン・バス) sea route (海まわり) from JR Kagaonsen Station (加賀温泉駅), and get off at Yamanoshita Temples Kutaniyaki Art Museum (山ノ下寺院群/石川県九谷焼美術館).

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Enuma Shrine Chōryūtei Villa (江沼神社 長流亭)

Daishōji Domain is a branch of the Kaga Domain. Without a castle, they only had Jinya (陣屋), an administrative headquarter in the Edo Period.

While the Daishōji Jinya doesn’t exist anymore, it was located around Enuma Shrine, which has a garden and Chōryūtei Villa on its grounds. Both the garden and the villa were built by the 3rd lord of the Daishōji Domain, Maeda Toshinao (前田 利直), in 1709. The Kenrokuen Garden in Kanazawa influenced the garden’s design, making it one of the main reasons for tourists to visit.

As the famous scholar, Sugawara no Michizane (菅原 道真), who passed away in 903, is enshrined here, you might see students coming to the shrine praying for their academic success.

Also, the shrine is one of the region’s best spots for fall foliage, which is why it can be crowded in November.

Although Chōryūtei Villa, facing the beautiful Daishōji River, was built as Maeda Toshinao’s personal resting space, having spent most of his life in the Edo Castle, he didn’t get much of a chance to enjoy what the villa had to offer.

 Designated as a National Important Cultural Property in 1950, the villa is not open to the public without a reservation. If you would like to look at the villa’s internals, remember to email [email protected] at least one day before your visit!

While this part of the shrine is stunning throughout the year, it is extra picturesque in spring, with the cherry blossom blooming along the river. Although there won’t be any traditional boats taking us for a scenic ride down the river anymore, we can still walk along the river bank anytime we visit Enuma Shrine (*´ω`).

Enuma Shrine Chōryūtei Villa’s Opening Hours, Admission Fees, and Access Information

  • The shrine is open from
    • 9 am to 4 pm from March to October
    • 9 am to 3 pm from November to February
  • The shrine is closed from the 29th of December to the 3rd of January
  • The admission fee is 400 yen
  • The shrine is a 20-minute walk from JR Daishōji Station (大聖寺駅)
  • You can also take the Kaga Tour Bus – CANBUS’s (加賀周遊バス キャン・バス) sea route (海まわり) from JR Kagaonsen Station (加賀温泉駅), and get off at Boats, Kyuya and Choryu-tei (舟と久弥と長流亭)

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Sugo Ishibe Shrine (菅生石部神社)

If you like to visit Japanese Shinto Shrines, then Sugo Ishibe Shrine is the spot that you want to be on your itinerary.

The shrine is the second biggest shrine in the Kaga region and has a history of more than 1,400 years. The shrine was founded in 585 when there was an epidemic in the area. Largely supported by the feudal lords back in the Edo Period, the shrine has many important cultural properties on its precinct.

The most special ritual at Sugo Ishibe Shrine is the Gonganshinji (御願神事), commonly known as the Bamboo Breaking Festival (竹割り祭り), which takes place on the 10th of February each year. Originally created to defeat a giant serpent, it is now a ritual to pray for a year without diseases and prosperity.

Young men who participated in the ritual will break around 300 bamboos with a length of 2 meters by heating the bamboos hardly on the ground. It is said that if you bring the bamboo pieces home, you will be spared from the plague.

At the end of the ritual, the “giant serpent” – a large rope with a length of 20 meters, 30 cm in diametres, and weighing 180 kgs, is dragged around the shrine before being thrown into the Daishōji River closeby.

Another well-known ritual of Sugo Ishibe Shrine is its three-day festival – Tenjinkō (天神講), which is held from the 24th to the 26th of July each year.

Each day, part of the morning ritual at 10 am is a dance performed by young children called the Butterfly Dance (蝶の舞). From sunset, lanterns are offered to the gods, creating a rather sacred atmosphere around the shrine at night.

Sugo Ishibe Shrine’s Opening Hours and Access Information

  • The shrine is open from 9 am to 5 pm daily
  • The shrine is a 20-minute walk from JR Daishōji Station (大聖寺駅)
  • You can also take the Kaga Tour Bus – CANBUS’s (加賀周遊バス キャン・バス) sea route (海まわり) from JR Kagaonsen Station (加賀温泉駅), and get off at JR Daishōji Station Entrance Kaga City Hall (大聖寺駅口/加賀市役所).

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Zōrokuen (蔵六園)

The Hashidate (橋立) area in Kaga City was the base of all the wealthy shipping merchants from Edo to the mid-Meiji period. Zōrokuen was the mansion of one of the wealthiest families – Sakatani. On the grounds of this big residence, 11 buildings have been designated as Japan’s National Tangible Cultural Properties.

The interior walls of the mansion are splendidly covered by lacquer, with a tatami room at the far back built to entertain the Daishōji Domain’s feudal lord.

From the decoration of the garden, one who has a lot of knowledge about Japanese gardening stones can quickly tell the amount of wealth the family had at the time, with various stones gathered from across the country.

The residence was named Zōroku by the lord due to the shape of a rock in the garden looking like a turtle.

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The well-maintained Japanese garden can be adorned from the tea room, where you can enjoy a cup of coffee or juice or a bowl of matcha with a traditional dry confectionary.

As you stroll around the mansion, you might notice some antiques/furniture have a price tag attached to them. Yes, if they have a price tag, they are for sale! While it might not be cheap, if you really love it, you are welcome to bring them home (^_-)-☆.

Close to Zōrokuen, you can find out more history of this once prosperous district at the Kitamaebune Ship Museum (北前船の里資料館). A couple of the other residences are also open to the public if you are interested.

If you have time, take a 15-minute walk to Kasano Cape for some relaxing moments with the magnificent ocean view!

Zōrokuen’s Opening Hours, Admission Fees, and Access Information

  • Zōrokuen is open from 10 am to 4 pm daily
  • The admission fee is
    • 400 yen for adults
    • 200 yen for pre-school children
  • From JR Kagaonsen Station (加賀温泉駅), take the Kaga Tour Bus – CANBUS’s (加賀周遊バス キャン・バス) sea route (海まわり) and get off at Kitamaebune Ship Captain’s Residence Zōrokuen (北前船主屋敷蔵六園)

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Kasano Cape (加佐ノ岬)

Kasano Cape is the most protruding cape on the Kaga coast to the Sea of ​​Japan. Not too far away from the white lighthouse, sea erosion created a cliff with a height of 20 to 30 meters. As the wind can be quite strong in the area, be really careful when you try to snap a selfie with the magnificent view.

Coming from the free car park, the path will first go through a black pine forest that was planted to serve as a windbreak. From the cape, the path extends for around 4 km to reach Katano Beach (片野海岸) for you to have a relaxing stroll by the beach shore (^_-)-☆.

Tip: Come in the late afternoon for the stunning sunset!

How To Get To Kasano Cape

From JR Kagaonsen Station (加賀温泉駅), take the Kaga Tour Bus – CANBUS’s (加賀周遊バス キャン・バス) sea route (海まわり) and get off at Kitamaebune Ship Museum (北前船の里資料館). From there, it is around a 20-minute walk.

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Katayamazu Onsen (片山津温泉)

Katayamazu Onsen (片山津温泉) is a small onsen town created by the reclamation of part of Lake Shibayama (柴山潟) in the Meiji Period (1868 – 1912). The biggest charm of the town is the stunning view of Mt. Haku or Mt. Hakusan (白山) being reflected on Lake Shibayama on a clear sunny day, which visitors can admire while strolling or cycling on the promenade around the lake.

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If you are spending a whole day in Katayamazu Onsen, remember to check out the lake’s color throughout the day, as the color of the lake changes seven times a day (depending on the weather)!

Moreover, if you like tofu, you can also join one of the tofu-making workshops with the local hot spring that is deemed to taste different from those you source from your local supermarket!

To find out more about this little town, please refer to our article about Katayamazu Onsen.

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Find out What to Do and Where to Go in Kanazawa

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Click the photo to find out more information about Kanazawa!

Visiting Ishikawa Prefecture without stopping by Kanazawa means you are missing out! Kanazawa itself has so many attractions that can’t be fully explored within a day.

To find out the places that might interest you in one of Japan’s most sought-after cities by international visitors, refer to our article on Kanazawa City!

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