Things to do in Ishikawa, Japan

【AUTUMN】Let’s go to see the illumination at “Kenrokuen”, one of the top three gardens in Japan!
The autumn foliage is illuminated at Kenrokuen! Look at this beautiful sight! Kenrokuen is home to 340 maples, 60 Japanese Zelkova, and 420 various
【AUTUMN】The best season for autumn foliage comes in late November! ”The Kenrokuen garden” in Ishikawa Prefecture.
Ishikawa Prefecture is easily accessible from Tokyo, thanks to the Hokuriku Shinkansen! Ishikawa Prefecture can be accessed from Tokyo in just 2 an
Fish dishes in Ryokan
Enjoy a local fishery experience with fishermen at ' Umeya Ryokan' in Notojima. (Ishikawa)
Let's travel to experience local culture in Notojima! The Local fishery experience is free of charge! Notojima has an abundance fresh fish in its p
With the opening of the Hokuriku Shinkansen, the “Higashi Chaya-gai” or traditional old teahouse street in Kanazawa has been getting a lot of attention.
Chaya(teahouse) street is an important heritage of Gion, Kyoto. This street is located on the east side of Asano River, in Kanazawa city, Ishikaw
Only in Japan! Let's go to ”Kanazawa station”, voted one of the World's most beautiful stations.
This beautiful station is drawing attention from around the world. After the opening of the Hokuriku Shinkansen (bullet train), Kanazawa is bustl
Crab, Yellowtail, and Many More Winter Delicacies at Kanazawa's Kitchen, the ”Omicho Market!”
Let's Go to Kanazawa, Closer Than Ever With the New Shinkansen Line! On March 14th, 2015, the Hokuriku Shinkansen Line will finally be open to th
”Nata-tera Temple,” an ideal paradise for the ancient Japanese
A fusion of ancient animism and Buddhism. Nata-tera Temple is one that values harmony with nature. You can get to Nata-tera Temple in 15 minutes
“Higashi-Jayagai,” a unique streetscape with rows of beautiful teahouses
An atmospheric teahouse district that was frequented only by high-society An atmospheric streetscape from the old days still remains in Kanazawa
【AUTUMN】Let’s go see one of the three most beautiful gardens in Japan with red leaves that are illuminated!
A Japanese garden that you can enjoy every season and has been loved by successive domain lords for a long time “Kenroku-en,” the domain lord f