4:00PM 29th February Sunny
Today is bissextile day.
There was airplane track in the evening sky.
3:30PM 28th February Sunny
There are two rivers called Saigawa and the Asanogawa in Kanazawa.
This is Saigawa.
It's 30-minutes walk from Shibaya.
4:00PM 27th February Cloudy
This is simmered dishes of Japanese radish and pork.
It takes a whole day to making this.
3:00PM 26th February Snow
Sugar Pea Vine and Kinjiso of Kaga vegetables
The sprouts are growing from the left-over roots.
5:00PM 24th February Cloudy
This is a work of a Finnish sculptor.
It is 1-minute walk away from Shibaya.
3:00PM 23rd February Rainy
This is cherry blossoms in Shibaya's entrance!
Is it that early?
Usually, Cherry flowers in Kanazawa begins to bloom early in April...
10:00AM 22nd February Sunny
My lunch was Gyoza (pot-sticker) today .
There are pot-sticker, boiled dumplings, Steamed dumplings and fried dumplings in Gyoza.
I like pot sticker the most!
10:00AM 19th February Sunny
My daughter danced at Japanese dance recital.
4:00PM 16th February Sunny
According to the weather forecast, the weather will change for the worse this weekend.
8:30AM 15th February Cloudy
I made Kaga Temari.
Temari is a symbol of good luck and is a special gift.
You can experience it in Mari-ya.
Duration: 2hours Fee: 4150yen
4:00PM 12th February Sunny
We were virtually ready for Valentine's Day!
2:00PM 10th February Snow
It's snowfall again!
Free to enter Kenroku-En garden at night!
Branches beautifully hung up with ropes are also lit up in a snowy scene!
Feb 10-12, 2012 (17:30-21:00)
Place: Kanazawa-Jo Castle Park and Kenroku-En
1:30PM 9th February Snow
I bought a new mouse today.
This mouse feels good for the price! (498YEN)
1:30PM 8th February Sunny
We displayed Hina-matsuri dolls.
These dolls represent the Emperor, Empress, and the court ladies.
12:30PM 7th February Rainy
Kanazawa Sta. (East Exit) Bus Ticket Center
Reservation for buses going to Shirakawago and Takayama is required, you can buy it here.
2:00PM 6th February Cloudy
Yukigassen, or snowball fighting, originated in Japan, where it is traditionally a game for children.
This is the junior high-school students on their way home from school.
They are throwing snowballs at each other.
2:00PM 5th February Cloudy
My daughter made the chocolate cake using French cuisine chef's recipe.
1:00AM 4th February
This is Kazue-machi late at night.
This place is giving off a special mystique!
1:00PM 3rd February Snow
Japanese junior high girls and French girls.
2:00PM 2nd February Sunny
I received the oysters from Hiroshima Prefecture.
We cooked in basil sauce, and miso flavors ♪
7:30AM 1st February Snow
The free rental of umbrellas and boots are available at the Kanazawa information center in the Kanazawa station.