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Tsukiusagi no Sato, Kaga

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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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  • Admission is free. Small fee to pay if you want to hold the rabbits on your laps. My kid loved petting and feeding the rabbits. I enjoyed my lunch at the udon store! The coffee shop looks nice and see...  more »
  • The kids will like petting and feeding the many rabbits here. If you like pizza, drop into Barney's for its delicious and reasonably priced interpretations.  more »
  • I LOVED this place. Admission is free and there are cute bunny rabbits running around everywhere. The "theme park" itself is quite small but we spent at least 2 hours there browsing the gift shop and ...  more »