Seisonkaku Villa, Kanazawa

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  • October 1, 2017
    Marginal sights Kanazawa has been visited many times, but this was overlooked so far over that theme. Also in seisonkaku and Kateryna, was introduced in the BS program, one of the attractions was missing was adjacent to the 6. Here is 0/1863 (1863) in Kaga-han 13th Lord and Maeda nariyasu mother and Dragon Academy (12th narinaga Mrs.) of historic buildings built as a retreat, it seems. For the Academy's prestigious downstairs upstairs was stunning vase engraved between Ultramarine in the sukiya style artistically Shoin, while the upstairs ceiling blue and cedar logs.
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  • October 1, 2017
    Kanazawa is saying in the Maeda family of Kaga hyakumangoku, famous, Kanazawa Castle cannot only ruins in a vast, so feel the greatness of the Maeda family wealth. But seisonkaku is Maeda's last Lord your mother like in to townhouse built in and did the only detail is stunning. Guests can also relax on the veranda garden is nice,. We recommend using as ingredient in seisonkaku Kaga hyakumangoku greatness. And in there, such as miniature of Tokyo akamon akamon greets and get directly from the 6 park entrance. Said and done the akamon so come talk please try to understand.
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  • September 24, 2017
    I think admission 700 yen is kinda expensive. High admission fees, but it is interesting to see the precious cultural assets in short description moyamoya the. And 6 garden in tourists is inadvertently enters the high entrance fee in the doorway wondering 'to 700 yen I'll do!"and people who saw it. Aching for building and many people come from on high, I limit what we do. I think interesting is who signs the birds to 300 yen is good now.
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  • April 12, 2017
    They do have a nice collection of antiquities but almost no description in English. What is the point of looking at beautifully craft objects if you have no idea of what they were used for. This is definitly not worth a 1000 ¥.
  • June 10, 2017
    A stunning building! In my opinion a mußt See in Kanazawa.
  • April 20, 2017
    Amazing traditional mansion (villa) from 1863 of Kaga lord Maeda.
  • June 3, 2016
    Nice villa, reminding me of some of the nicest temples of Kyoto. However, what really sets it apart is the coloring of the 2F. Sadly, the gardens are not wortg mentioning. The price is steep, and I wouldn't call it a must-see.
  • May 14, 2017
    Admission is ¥ 700. I have unlimited pass and discounts. It is famous for Ultramarine. It is a shocking blue. You can see pretty vacant, so slowly. I can understand and hear an announcement on each point.
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