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This 100 year old house is our communal house where you can meet locals and other travelers from all over the world through activities like potluck dinners, cooking classes, and sake tastings.
The first floor is a communal area and the second floor has 4 private rooms for the guests.
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Just a few steps to the Ninja temple -- a hidden tourist spot that is quickly becoming quite popular.
A 3 minute walk to the lively downtown area of Katamachi.
This house has been recently renovated and has 2 tatami mat floors decorated in the traditional Kanazawa colors of ultramarine and vermilion.
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5-minute walk to Higashichaya (Geisha/Tea house) District
10-minute walk to Omichou-market (known for fresh local fish)
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It takes 15 minutes from Kanazawa station to the accommodation by bus. You ride the Kenrokuen Shuttle and get off at "Pref. Museum of Art･Seisonkaku " and walk 5 minutes.(You can also take a 15 minute taxi from Kanazawa station)
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A geisha once owned and lived in this house. The antique furniture remains the same as when she lived here.
You can feel the old Japanese atmosphere and see what a geisha’s living quarters were like.
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Within a 5 minute walk of the main sightseeing spots of Omicho Market, Higashi Chaya District and Kenroku-en Garden.
The first floor has been newly renovated. The second floor has 2 Japanese style bedrooms with the owner's antique pottery collection.
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This newly renovated house is spacious and has 3 bedrooms.
There is a well equipped kitchen and a nearby supermarket so cooking your own food is certainly possible.
The house can accommodate a maximum of 7 people so it is a great choice for families or large groups.
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This apartment has a great view of the Sagawa river which can be heard when the windows are open.
No matter the season, the view is unique and spectacular.
It is a nice change of pace; a retreat from the larger cities such as Tokyo or Osaka.