9:03 Kanazawa station
11:11 Fukui Dinosaur Museum, see Dinosaur exhibition, and have a lunch
14:02 leave the museum
15:09 Eiheiji temple, visit the temple
17:15 leave the temple
18:47 arrive at Kanazawa station
|Depart From||Fukui , Ishikawa|
|Meeting Point||At your hotel lobby at Kanazawa city|
|Ending Point||At Kanazawa station|
|Departure||07:30 AM ( recommended ) Flexible|
|Tour Type||Private Tour ( only for you )|
|Number of people||4 ~ 15|
Notice time for application to this tour is until one week before your desired tour date.
Eiheiji temple was founded in 1244 by Dogen Zenji, a famous Buddhist monk. He studied Zen Buddhism in China for several years. He returned to Japan in 1228 to introduce Soto Zen. He established the temple in this remote mountainous place. His teachings have been guiding Zen Buddhist followers ever since. Over 200 monks join Zen training every year. The trainings include meditation, sutra reciting, preparing meals, having meals, cleaning floors and outside gardens.
Fukui Dinosaur museum is regarded as one of the three top dinosaur museums in the world. Visitors take a long escalator down the the first floor of basement. Visitors observe the variou dinosaur related exhibitions while walking up higher floors to the third floor.
Very extremely knowledgeable and patient tour guide. Packed the two half day tours as much as he could while accommodating our little 5 year old. Omicho market and Kenroku-en Garden were very interesting at Kanazawa. Shirakawa-go was beautiful in winter - the gassho style farmhouses showed why the architecture was such in heavy snow.
Takeshi is very friendly ,well prepared and very informative. The one day tour in Kanazawa coverd the most of sightseeings without rushing around in a beautiful day. Learning the making of the "gold leaf" , touring Higashi Chaya district,castle, garden and contemporary museum are all memorable, even the lunch at omi-cho market is very enjoyable. The sightseeings in Kanazawa are easyly accessible by the loop bus.
Throughout my travels in Japan I had 3 different guides and Takashi was by far the best! He knew everything about the subject matter as well as had answers for our many questions about geography, demographics, culture etc. Next I am back I will definitely look Takashi up for another great time.
We visit Kenrokuen garden, Kanazawa castle park and Higashi Chaya Geisha district.
We spend about one hour to visit many attractive points in the Gardens. We visit Ishikawamon gate and Kahokumon gate. We board on a bus to get to Higashi Chaya Geisha district and gold leaf workshop.
Kanazawa flourished as a castle town for the Kaga clan during the Edo period ( 1603AD - 1867AD ). Kenrokuen garden was constructed as a strolling style landscape garden by the feudal lord Maedas of th...
Shirakawago village was designated as UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995. There are 60 Gassho-Zukuri farmhouses and about 40 Gassho-style storages. The shape of big slanted roofs resembles in the gesture of bringing arms and hands together in prayer. This gesture is called Gassho in Japanese. We visit observation point, a typical Gassho farmhouse inside, and stroll the village.