Japanese hotel "Sumiyoshiya Ryokan" in Kanazawa

Sumiyoshiya Ryokan is located Kanazawa City of Japan. Close to the Kenroku-en Garden, Omi-cho fish Market. We will write the sightseeing guide and the event, etc.

Our Ryokan has the longest history of 300 years among all the Ryokans in such Kanazawa.
We are simple and small Inn though, all through the ages we find customer’s smile encouraging and will continue to our Ryokan business in future as well.
Please relax at Sumiyoshiya Ryokan and have a pleasant day!

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The Japanese plum in Kenrokuen Garden

japanese plum

The Japanese plum has been in bloom in the Kenrokuen Garden.
The plum-grove park is in a 3000-square meter and 20 kinds of plum.
The Japanese plum trees will be in bloom until early March.

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"assorted sashimi"

assorted sashimi

Our guest specially ordered us assorted sashimi.
This photo is 5~6 servings.
We can prepare ist for 2 servings.(5000Yen~/2person)
If you want to eat such "assorted sahimi", please tell us when you make a reservation.
We are happy to prepare it!

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Sumiyoshiya's dinner

Kanazawa is blessed with an abundance of seafood and riches of the soil.
Sumiyoshiya Ryokan serves a variety of sea foods in main Kanazawa foods.
Please enjoy our fresh and quality ingredients!

sashimi grilled fish small dishes boiled crab


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Would you like "local sake".

local sake

Winter of Japan sake brewery brew new sake.
You can drink new sake.

Let me show you event!
"Local sake & New sake festa"

You can buy a wide variety of sake and tasting.

Time: From 6th Feb to 28th Feb. 10:00 to 18:00 (holiday: Tuesday)
Place:"Kankou Bussankan"(souvenir shop for tourists) 1F
(Kankou Bussankan located below "Kenrokuen Garden")

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Setsubun” festival in Kanazawa

Today is a Setsubun festival!

On February 3rd (or 4th), a traditional event called "Setsubun"" is practiced in Japan.
"Setsubun" means the day before the beginning of spring according to the lunar calendar.
On this day Japanese participate in traditional ceremony called "Mamemaki" to drive away evil spirits and bring in good fortune.

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