28th July shine have a long spell of hot weather
"Fureaikan" is in Kanazawa station.
And, there is *information center *post office *ATM *automatic locker *cell-phone *cleaner *DPE *contact lens... there.
MAPLE HOUSE capricciosa
(cafe) (western food)
german bakery information center
contact lens cell-phone
27th July shine day of real summer heat
"Kanazawahyakubangai" is in kanazawa station.
And, it consists of five zones, "Ajiwaikan" "Omiyagekan" " kutsurogikan" "Torendokan" "fureaikan".
The restaurant in "Omiyagekan".
(Japanese food) (Chinese food)
(sushi) (Japanese food)
(Japanese food) (sushi)
(western food) (Japanese food)
sanraizu kanazawa chitose coffee
(western food) (coffee house)
25th July shine fine day
The "Ajiwaikan" of Kanazawa station is located at 4 minutes on foot from shibaya.
(BEER RESTAURANT) (deep-fried breaded pork "tonkatsu")
(oden/izakaya) (Western diet)
22nd July fine hot! hot! hot!
The hotel nikko kanazawa is located at 2 minutes on foot from shibaya.
There are eight restaurants in the first basement of this hotel.
All these restaurants are reasonable prices.
STORE HOURS. 11:00AM-23:00PM
(Izakaya/local sake) (Izakaya)
19th July fine extremely hot day
This is timetables of the bus to Shirakawa(and Takayama).
予約制mark is that advanced reservations required.
This bus will run only three per day.
The fare will be 1800yen one-way, and 3200yen round-trip.
If there's anything I can do to make your trip more pleasant, don't hesitate to let me know.
17th July shine In most parts of Japan, the rainy season is over.
The Uchinada beach is the nearest beach to Kanazawa, and it is Great time in the summer!
The trip to Uchinada beach is easy, just hop on the Hokutetsu train.
The platform is below ground (down escalators) at Kanazawa station.
The ride takes about 20 mins, and Uchinada is the last stop.
When you get to Uchinada, come out of the station, hook a left and after 20 minutes' walk, you'll arrive in Uchinada beach.
15th July rain rainy season is drawing to a close?
This is population by sex/population by age of Kanazawa city.
The population of Japan is calculated roughly at 126 million.
The population of Kanazawa city is calculated roughly at 4.58 million.
Posing a danger of a decrease in the Japanese population in the long term.
9th July shine It will begin to rain in the evening.
This is a spectacle of fireworks displays in last year's Kanazawa city.
In Kanazawa city, fireworks displays are held on July 31th and August 7th.
12,000 fireworks are set off in the night sky, and anticipate more than 240,000 attendees.
Many people go out in Yukata to enjoy fireworks displays.
We are pleased to inform you that we still have rooms available on both days.
7th July cloudiness cool morning
Today, July 7th is TANABATA, in Japan.
This festival is based on a Chinese legend, in which Kengyuu (the star Alter) meets Orihime (the star Vega) only once a year on this day over the Milky Way.
People celebrate this day by putting up big branches of bamboo with colourful decorations at home.
People also make a wish and hang a strip of paper with their wish written on it.
We can see the Milky Way in Kanazawa city tonight?
3rd July rain steady rain
This is a tenugui shop that is in the close vicinity of Shibaya.
A tenugui is a piece of dyed cotton cloth, about 35 centimeters by 90 centimeters.
Tenugui have always been very useful.
You can wipe your hands on a tenugui and wash your body with one and also cover your head with one.
People sometimes give tenugui as gifts at the New Year or when they move.
Let's take a look at this shop!
2nd July cloudiness make a forecast of rain in the night
Dinner of my home.
Sukiyaki is one of the most favorite beef dishes.
It consists of meat, slowly cooked, alongside vegetables and other ingredients, in a shallow iron pot in a mixture of soy sauce, sugar, and mirin (warishita).
Before being eaten, the ingredients are usually dipped in a small bowl of raw, beaten eggs.
Japanese beef is often very fat, with marble fat, "like frost" (shimofuri).
There are quite a few regional varieties of cows, some are treated like royalty.