Alrededores de Korinbo, Kata-machi, y Naga-machi

Distrito de samuráis de Naga-machi Buke Yashiki

Kanazawa era una ciudad castillo del dominio de Kaga gobernada por la familia Maeda hasta 1868 (durante 280 años) después de que Toshiie Maeda se trasladó al castillo de Kanazawa en 1583. 2 de las residencias de los 8 jefes de los vasallos del área Kaga fueron ubicados en el área de Naga-machi, en donde vivían samuráis de clase media y alta (miembros de la

Shinise Memorial Hall

The Shinise Memorial Hall is an institution that restored Nakaya Chinese Pharmacy, which was established in 1579. This is a good example of a traditional merchant's shop during the Edo period. The first floor served as a storefront. The second floor serves as a showcase for traditional crafts and wedding-related goods exhibited by 100-year-long established stores of

Nomura Samurai Family Residence

The remains of the Nomura family are also open to public. The family successively held executive posts from generation to generation under rule of the Maeda family. The house has a coffered ceiling totally made of Japanese cypress and fusuma-e (paintings on sliding-door panels) created by the Maeda family's personal painter. The garden inside the residence has a

Nagamachi Yuzenkan (Yuzen Silk Center)

The Nagamachi Yuzenkan introduces the dyeing process of Kaga Yuzen (a technique of kimonos), offers an inspection tour to the craft center, and exhibits and sells Kaga Yuzen kimonos and dresses. Besides, the following menu is offered.

Santuario de Oyama Jinja

El santuario consagrado a Toshiie Maeda se trasladó a la ubicación actual en 1873. La puerta principal es una mezcla de arte tradicional japonés, chino y elementos religiosos arquitectónicos europeos. La puerta, a la que se le otorgó el título de bien importante cultural de Japón fue completado en 1875. Uno de los objetos más importantes del Santuario de Oyama es

Naga-machi Buke Yashiki Rest House

The institution surrounded by mud walls is rest facilities for tourists, and provided with a lobby and restrooms. Sightseeing volunteer guides stand by here and guide visitors (in Japanese only) around the Naga-machi samurai (feudal powerful military class) residential areas.

Ashigaru Shiryokan Museum

The houses of the Shimizus and Kozais, who were infantry families, were reconstructed in this place. Here, visitors' will know the simple lives of infantries who lived in humble houses with a yard.

Alrededores de Korinbo y Kata-machi

El área de Korinbo y Kata-machi y sus alrededores son las mayores áreas comerciales de Hokuriku (prefectura de Ishikawa, Toyama y Fukui) y están llenas de gente y compradores en los días festivos y vacaciones. Hay muchos grandes almacenes, edificios con establecimientos comerciales y establecimientos de marcas famosas en Korinbo, restaurantes en Kata-machi y

Takada Famili Remains

The nagayamon gate (row house gate) of the Takadas, a middle-class samurai family, has been open to public since it was restored. The nagayamon gate incorporates a servant room and stable. Visitors will know the roles of middle-class samurais and their servants and lives in those days. The garden having the pond in round-the-pond style with water taken