A perfect day in the hidden gem of Kanazawa starts with a walk along cobbled streets, surrounded by the antique wooden facades of traditional teahouses. History is everywhere you look in this well-preserved city, from the teahouses of the entertainment districts to the mud-walled compounds of the Nagamachi neighborhood, which samurai once called home. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the garden of Kenrokuen. Considered one of the most beautiful gardens in the world, it’s been carefully maintained over the course of centuries to create an idyllic retreat that can’t be missed.
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Set in the bustling heart of the city, a stone's throw from Kanazawa Station, this upscale hotel provides attentive service and a comforting travel experience.
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