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Food Culture Walk

Fresh seafood from the Sea of Japan is just one of the delights on offer. Fermented food such as soy sauce, miso, and sake are fea...

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Samurai Walk

Kanazawa was one of the wealthiest castle towns during the Edo period. The feudal era came to an end and the samurai are long...

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Traditional Kanazawa Walk

Kanazawa, once a prosperous Japanese castle town, is steeped in tradition, history, and culture. It is known for its extensive ra...

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Art and Architecture Walk

Kanazawa is a city that is filled with attractive art and architecture. Having been spared the devastation of war or earthquakes, the city ...

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Zen Walk

As the birthplace of D. T. Suzuki, a prominent Buddhist philosopher who introduced Japanese Zen philosophy to Western soci...

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Foodie Walk

With its reputation for gourmet food, Kanazawa is a real foodie’s destination. Don’t miss local specialties such as the fresh sea...

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Winter Walk

Being located close to the Sea of Japan, Kanazawa experiences heavy snowfall in the winter. Although Kanazawa is known for th...