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The Top Recommendation in Kanazawa Is… Massage?

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A prefectural school for the blind was founded in Kanazawa more than 100 years ago, and one of its programs trains students to be licensed masseuses and masseurs (anma shiatsu). Perhaps it’s because the school is located here that the quality of massage is so high. A massage in Tokyo costs about 5,600 yen per・・・

Itaru — Hokuriku Treasure and World-class Izakaya

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Izakaya Itaru — arguably the most popular Izakaya in Kanazawa. The place was full of customers who had wisely made reservations in advance, but my timing was good, and I was given a seat. A few brave hopefuls were standing in line waiting for a seat. I could understand waiting in front of a ramen・・・

Udon Restaurant “Otafuku” in Awagasaki

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Chain store restaurants, for example, “Otafuku” and “Kadocho” for udon; “Chu” and “Minrai” for Chinese; and “Janome” for sushi, have long been familiar to Kanazawans. The interesting thing though, is that, despite the chain restaurant signboards out front, the menu items and seasonings inside these various Kanazawa restaurants can be completely different from others of・・・

Shinkansen Effect on Hotel Construction

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Everyone expected a construction boom when the Hokuriku Shinkansen arrived, and three years on, it’s a mixed blessing. According to NHK, the number of guests at big hotels in Kanazawa decreased slightly last year from the year before, but compared to the year before the Shinkansen opened, it’s up an amazing 26.5%. On the other・・・

Freshness First at Iwashigumi

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It’s well-known that sardines go bad pretty quickly, so it’s no surprise that Iwashigumi will only serve sardines purchased that very same day. Sardine roe, the ultimate delicacy, will only be available until the end of the month. But, according to the master at Iwashigumi, the best-tasting sardine roe is still to come. Fried sardines・・・

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