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Kanazawa Higashi Chayagai Kaikaro, Kanazawa

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Where to stay in Kanazawa

The well-preserved castle town of Kanazawa has a good range of accommodations, with the most popular among them sitting in tall modern blocks overlooking the historical areas of town, or the more commercial parts. Look to the west of the castle grounds for some particularly well-positioned options, offering urban views, spas, pools, and restaurants. North-west from here, close to the main train station, you'll find a good selection of slightly simpler options in tall blocks, while the residential districts across the city house simple guesthouses and the odd hostel.
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  • Since Kanazawa had very little damage from World War II, it has this district that gives you a very good idea of what living in the traditional Japanese style house was like.  more »
  • Kaikaro historic geisha house costs 750yen to visit and is not as interesting as another historic geisha house Shima, nearby which only costs 500yen. See both if you must but I wouldn't bother with Ka...  more »
  • Interesting to see the type of house that geishas would entertain in. Really gives you a sense of history.  more »