May 2014

Bring a map and go around with JR loop bus๐Ÿ™‚

Higashi Chaya - a tea house district which has the oldest geisha house in Kanazawa

Higashi Chaya – a tea house district which has the oldest geisha house in Kanazawa

When I was in Higashi Chaya, I found a very interesting sushi wrapped in bamboo leaf (chimaki sushi) for lunch, then had soy sauce flavored ice cream with Notto bamboo charcoal wafers. It was random, so I hope you can find it too๐Ÿ™‚

Kanazawa Castle park store house - get the tour guide to explain about the secrets of this castle!

Kanazawa Castle park store house – get the tour guide to explain about the secrets of this castle for free!

the wall structure of Kanazawa castle

the wall structure of Kanazawa castle

Kenroku-en - one of the most beautiful gardens in Japan

Kenroku-en – one of the most beautiful gardens in Japan

Kenroku-en

Kenroku-en – signature place to take picture!๐Ÿ™‚

Kenroku-en - the very old trees that need support

Kenroku-en – the very old trees that need support

Kenroku-en - natural pressure fountain

Kenroku-en – natural pressure fountain

Nagamachi Samurai District

Nagamachi Samurai District

Nomura-ke Samurai House - the samurai harness

Nomura-ke Samurai House – the samurai harness

A samurai family's stable and servant house

A samurai family’s stable and servant house

Check also the ninja temple and the golden leaf factory.

Ramen! :)

Ramen!๐Ÿ™‚

Gyoza - my must eat dish in Japan

Gyoza – my must eat dish in Japan

Place to chill

Cafe Hope - Asahi machi 2-8-38 - www.hopehousekanazawa.com

Cafe Hope – Asahi machi 2-8-38 – http://www.hopehousekanazawa.com

Open during lunch time. Good and affordable meal set, nice service and friendly English speaking staff. Free wifi.

Comments
  1. Stufly says:

    Uwaaahh. Finally, your blog is back from hiatus.
    Nihooooonn.๐Ÿ˜ฅ

    • Eva says:

      Hehe.. not bad eh, updating pictures and a bit info will do. Open for questions still๐Ÿ˜€ Japan has been so popular these 2 years, should be easier to go there!

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