Nomura Samurai House
Nomura Samurai House, though partly transplanted from outside Kanazawa, is worth a visit for its decorative garden.
Towards the Sai-gawa, Shinise Kinenkan offers a peek at a former pharmacy and, upstairs, a moderate assortment of local traditional...
In a non-traditional building at the edge of the district, the Nagamachi Yūzen-kan displays some splendid examples of Kaga yūzen ...
Event House Apres
Apres is the most happening joint for a younger crowd; cheap drinks, thumping tunes and lots of locals and expat party people on the...
Expect tasty homestyle cooking at this cosy Kōrinbō restaurant, run by a friendly Irish and Japanese husband-and-wife team. Italian and...
Lonely Planet review
If a flowering tree made of candy excites you, slake it at Murakami, this handsome wagashi (Japanese candy) shop, where you'll also find fukusamochi (red-bean paste and pounded rice in a crêpe) and kakiho (soybean flour rolled in black sesame seeds).