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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Voluntary guide in Kanazawa

Kanazawa have some voluntary guide group.
They are in kanazawa station,and help your sightseeing.
In addition they provide you with guide and interprete services for free.
(Advance reservations are required.)

For details to URL
"Kanazawa Goodwill Guide Network"

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cherry blossoms in Kanazawa

Kenrokuen Garden Kanazawa Castle Park

Kanazawa city's cherry blossoms forecast around 1th April.
The best time to view around 10th April.
The cherry blossoms are really beautiful at day and night!

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"Ecchu Yao Owara" in Kanazawa

Higashi Chaya Distrct Ecchu Yao Owara

Let me show you event.
"Ecchu Yao Owara " at Higashi Chaya District.
You can see beautiful dance and listen to melancholy music.

Date: 17th of April 2010
Time: 19:30~21:20

Ecchu Owara has a 300-year-long history. Its song and dance is tender and elegant, and creates a graceful atmosphere with its melancholic melody.
Dancers dressed in Happi coats (male) or Yukatas (female) wearing a straw hat and dance at Higashi Chya District main street.

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The Ohmi-cho market (Omi-cho Market)

Omi-cho Market (Ohmi-cho Market) Omi-cho Market (Ohmi-cho Market)

The Ohmi-cho market is on the side of Sumiyoshiya Ryokan.
The Ohmi-cho Market was established about the middle of the 18th century. Since then, it has been supporting the gastronomic culture of Kanazawa.

There are about 170 stores such as many fish, shops, and vegetables, fruits, dried foods, meat shops and restaurants.

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