|Meeting Point||At your hotel lobby at Kanazawa city|
|Ending Point||Kanazawa station|
|Departure||07:00 AM ( recommended ) Flexible|
|Tour Type||Private Tour ( only for you )|
|Number of people||2 ~ 15|
A time limit for application to this tour is one week in advace before your desired tour date.
Noto peninsula juts out 100 km north into the Sea of Japan. The city of Wajima is located at the tip of the peninsula. The city is known for its morning market and home town of Japanese lacquerware. Wajima morning market is one of the three famous morning markets in Japan. It has more than 1,000 years history. Wajima is also known as the home town of lacquerware. It was designated as an important intangible cultural asset in 1977 by Japanese Government. Wajima lacquerware is famous for its durability and elegant designs. The tour starts from Kanazawa, and visit morning market, lacquerware museum and Kiriko festival lantern museum. The tour is disbanded at Kanazawa in the afternoon.
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.
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 the Kaga clan. This garden is one of the three most ...
During the Edo period ( for about 270 years), Kanazawa flourished as a castle town of the Kaga Clan. The lord Maedas , the second biggest lord after the Tokugawa Shogunate Edo central government, ruled the kaga domain for almost 280 years. Many tradi...
In the Edo period, for the first 107 years Takayama was ruled by the fuedal lord Kanamori. For the latter 177 years the Tokugawa Shogunate directly ruled Takayama. Takayama flourished as a merchant town since the Tokugawa ruling. Old merchant houses ...
We visit Tateyama Murodo and Kurobe Dam lake. We walk Big Snow wall corridor during Spring time ( From Mid- April until Mid-June). We walk on mountain pathway around Mikurigaike pond in Summer and Fall. We board on trolley bus, ropeway, cable car, and arrive at Kurobeko Lake. We view spectacular water release operation during Summer and Fall.