Kanazawa Holiday Package Deals
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Holidays in Kanazawa
The world is big, life is fleeting and your bucket list is long. So book that ticket, stuff your case and discover the sights of Kanazawa!
As you wander the city streets, you'll be rubbing shoulders with approximately 460,000 people.
Kanazawa isn't too far away from Nomi, which is located 18 kilometres to the southwest. Tokyo, the national capital, is to be found 300 kilometres to the east.
Create lasting memories that everyone in the family will treasure at the Cinemonde.
Kanazawa has some gorgeous green spaces where you will find a wide range of plant specimens. The Kenrokuen Garden and the Utatsuyama Iris Garden are the places to keep in mind.
Whether you’re after the perfect picnic spot or just a grassy mound to hang out on, the Gyokusen-en Garden is the place to circle on your map.
If you're hoping to recharge those batteries, you'll uncover a range of nature parks and reserves to explore. Ease your way into it with a deep breath of fresh air among the plants and animals at Honda Forest or Mount Utatsu. For those who haven't quite had their fix, Yuwaku Onsen and Fukumitsu Hanayama Onsen are a couple more worth checking out.
The Ishikawa Confectionery Culture Centre and the D.T. Suzuki Museum are ideal places to get some peace and quiet. Study the eye-opening displays and ask the friendly staff about group tours and other one-off happenings! If you're not short on time, also go to the Kanazawa Phonograph Museum and the Kanazawa Kutani Museum.
With a number of excellent art collections to wander around, you might need a slight push in the right direction. We suggest picking up a coffee and heading over to the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art or the Ishikawa Prefectural Museum. If you've still got an itch to scratch, also feast your eyes at the Kanazawa Noh Museum and the Traditional Art & Craft of Ishikawa Museum.
Learn all about the influence that Kanazawa's past people and events had on the country, and sometimes the world, at the Honda Museum and the Shinise Memorial Hall. The Ashigaru Shiryokan Museum and the Kanazawa Port Ono Karakuri Museum are also worth an excursion for an even greater insight into yesteryear.
Keen to explore some history-filled sights? A trip to the Gojikken Nagaya or Okyozuka Ruins will leave you with a greater understanding of Kanazawa's heritage. Chikamoriiseki Park and Nomura Samurai House also shouldn't be missed.
Ume no Hashi Bridge is an eternal presence in the city. While the local citizens may seem to take it for granted, many visitors leave impressed by this leftover of a different age.
Contained between the robust walls of Kanazawa Castle is an amazing history. The glory days of yesteryear can be felt around every corner.
You don't need to be devout to stop by the Myoryuji Temple and the Daijoji Temple, two attractions noted for their religious and historical value. Oyama Shrine and the Tentoku-in are some other leading places of prayer to explore.
It's much better to reflect on your life and say, 'I can't believe I did that,' rather than, 'I wish I did that.' So, while you're in Kanazawa you should also explore some of the less famous sights, such as Saigawa Bridge and the Kanazawa Umimirai Library. There's also plenty to keep you amused at Tatsunokuchi Onsen and the Kutani Kosen Gama Kiln.
Hotels in Kanazawa
Don't get your knickers in a knot about booking your hotel in Kanazawa (no matter how late in the game you've left it.) lastminute.com.au currently features more than 46 accommodations.
Thankfully, there's a room waiting for you in Kanazawa. For accommodation that's easy on the wallet, book in at either the Public Hotel Shintatemachi - Hostel (3-132 Shintatemachi) or the SHAQ Bighouse (7-30 Takaokamachi). Two more you may want to consider include the Hotel Trusty Kanazawa Korinbo and the Kanazawa New Grand Hotel Annex. These high-end hotels are for those who want to be surrounded by luxury while they're here.
Top hotels for your Kanazawa holiday
UNIZO INN Kanazawa Hyakumangoku Dori
Dormy Inn Kanazawa Natural Hot Spring
^Savings based on all package bookings made with Flight + Hotel on lastminute.com.au from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019, as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.