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Kakusenkei Gorge, Kaga

#1 of 36 in Nature in Ishikawa Prefecture
Valley Nature / Park
Visiting Kakusenkei Gorge lets you see why the famous Japanese poet Bassho was inspired to write about it. Take a moderately challenging hike on the 1.3 km (0.8 mi) long walking trail and enjoy the nature around you. A red bridge is a popular stop for taking some memorable photos, but you can also take a break from hiking at the small bar where you can have a drink while sitting on the riverbank. Arrange to visit Kakusenkei Gorge and other attractions in Kaga using our Kaga tour planner.
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  • Pupp near great 鶴 Xian XI game trail, summer's popular, cool, Yin Qing water trail, trail and connects on Hot Spring Street around a circle, Street store model courses between rich and worth staying around.
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  • Get map in the hotel, I took a walk ago dinner. Promenade opposite the town of daishoji River natural, so we walked to koorogi-Bashi Bridge from cat's cradle. Take a stroll while enjoying the beautiful landscape, listening to the murmur of the river. You may feel that way in the Woods, stone, so instead of clogs hotels, comfortable shoes. Also be comparing hotels across the river.
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For a true Kaga experience, stay in one of many onsen resorts or guesthouses, each offering their own take on the city's renowned bathing experience. Accommodation choices spread across each of Kaga's four districts, so many visitors opt to try out a few hotels as they make their way to the different baths, indulging in the spa and pamper facilities provided in each. Along the foot of Mount Haku, quaint traditional Japanese-style boutique hotels and guesthouses boast picturesque scenery coupled with undisturbed relaxation.
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