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This was a lovely garden which we saw on the way to the castle. The tea ceremony was beautifully done, and the cake they gave you was delicious. The rest was welcome as tourists have to do so much walking!
This is our first Michelin-star Japanese food and the bar is set pretty high.
I don’t know exactly what we ate sometimes but they all tasted good.
Service was also superb albeit English is minimal. But it’s not an issue at all.
It’s got its...More
Not only is the garden gorgeous but so is the rest house. (And the toilets opposite) . The staff in the rest stop are delightful, very friendly and very informative. The view of the garden from the rest house is just lovely. You are able...More
We passed through the Garden on our trip from the Omaya Shrine to the Kanazawa Castle. This Garden was originally the private garden of the Maeda. Although small, it is beautifully arranged with ponds and a hillside. We were provided with a nice talk, in...More
After the razz-ma-tazz and crowds of Kenroku-en, this small, elegant garden is a welcome relief. No crowds, tour groups or souvenir stalls, so you can sit down and contemplate the beauty of the garden and the skill of its designer without disturbance, You can participate...More
This wonderful garden has only been created within the past couple of years. It is an amazing landscape garden with water feature and air-conditioned visitor house where you can take a seat indoors on a hot day and admire its beauty. The staff there spoke...More
This garden was originally constructed in1634 by Toshitune Maeda, the third Lord of the Kaga Domain, and later on enlarged and remodeld by fifth Tunanori and thirteenth Nariyasu. It is said that Kenrokuen Garden was used to entertain guests, but this Gyokuseninmaru served primarily as...More