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Kanazawa Chaya
Kanazawa Chaya
Thanks to guests, Kagaya has been ranked as No. 1 on the 2018 list of the top 100 Japanese hotels and ryokan chosen by professionals.

At Kanazawa Chaya, guests can experience Kagaya-style sincere hospitality and savor Kaga cuisine from Kanazawa that has been carefully prepared with seasonal ingredients at lodging that lives up to the name of a cuisinal ryokan.
The cuisine, which is arranged on special serving ware, allows you to enjoy not only the flavor, but also the beautiful presentation.
Inheriting the Wakura Onsen and Kagaya style of hospitality in the area of Kanazawa, staff endeavor to satisfy guests with traditional flavors passed down through Kagaya as well as elegant spaces.

In order to have guests casually enjoy their cuisine in a relaxed space, the lodging also prepares meals for those on day trips.
The lodging welcomes guests with cuisine, spaces, and hospitality that are suitable for celebrations, memorial services, meetings that include dinner parties, and more.

Luggage can be stored at the hotel before and after check-in, free of charge. Advance reservations by phone are not required. Please inform the reception upon your arrival at the hotel.
How to get there?
From Kanazawa Station (JR Hokuriku Line), Kenroku Exit: About 3 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Hokuriku Expressway at Kanazawa-nishi IC and continue along Route 8 for about 4 km (about 15 min).
ANA Crowne Plaza Kanazawa
ANA Crowne Plaza Kanazawa
Kanazawa, a city where the tradition and culture of the agriculturally rich Kaga region lives even now. ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Kanazawa - located right by Kanazawa Station - is one of Kanazawa’s leading 4 star hotels and features 249 refined guestrooms, 4 restaurants, a bar lounge on the top floor where guests can enjoy the night view of Kanazawa, and 9 banquet venues. The hotel welcomes guests visiting the castle town of Kanazawa from all over the world with the high quality service of Crown Plaza, one of the world’s leading international hotel brands.
How to get there?
[To JR Kanazawa Station]
- From Tokyo Station: About 150 min via Kagayaki Hokuriku Shinkansen.
- From Kyoto Station: About 130 min via limited express train.
From JR Kanazawa Station, East Exit: 2 min on foot.
By car: 5 km (10 min) from Hokuriku Expressway Kanazawa-nishi or Kanazawa-higashi IC.
Kagaya Ryokan
Kagaya Ryokan
Kagaya is a traditional ryokan that was established in 1906 and this year marks its 112 anniversary!
It is highly rated for its hospitality and service and has been chosen as one of the highest ranking accommodation facilities in the country.

Wakura Onsen is an iconic seaside hot spring in the Hokuriku region with a history of 1,200 years.
Enjoy magnificent scenery from Kagaya’s open-air baths.

Cuisine is prepared with an abundance of local, seasonal ingredients, and guests are served Japanese-style kaiseki course meals that primarily feature fresh seafood cuisine.

Guestrooms and the lodging interior feature a simplistic Japanese style, so guests can enjoy a pleasant stay while relishing the peaceful Japanese atmosphere.

Kagaya staff earnestly look forward to guests’ arrival.
How to get there?
From Noto Airport: Take the Noto Satoyama Kaido (freeway), and the inn is about 4 km from the Wakura Onsen IC via the Tokuda-Otsu Junction. There is a shared taxi service operating (reservation required by 14:00 on the previous day, costs JPY 1,600).
From Kanazawa: Take the JR Nanao Line to Wakuraonsen Station, which takes about 1 hour by limited express train.

Shuttle Service
Pick-up Service:
Reservation required (Free pick up)
Boarding location: Wakuraonsen Station
Time: 12:00-18:30

Drop-off Service:
Inquire at hotel front desk
Boarding location: Hotel
Kagaya Bettei Matsunomidori
Kagaya Bettei Matsunomidori
Kagaya Bettei Matsunomidori is a lodging similar to an art museum as it has a number of local, traditional handicrafts on display.
In the garden overlooking the ocean, there are several pine trees growing, making this magnificent scenery seem just like a beautiful painting.
In the garden’s tea room, guests can also experience an authentic tea ceremony.

Wakura Onsen is an iconic seaside hot spring in the Hokuriku region with a history of 1,200 years.
Enjoy the majestic ocean scenery from Matsunomidori’s large communal baths.

Cuisine is prepared with an abundance of local, seasonal ingredients, which are served as beautiful Japanese cuisine on special plating.
The lodging uses an all-inclusive system, so additional fees are not required at dinner or when dining at the lounge and bar.
[Inclusive System]
Services included in Accommodation Charges
Lobby lounge (drinks & sweets), tea room (tea service), guestrooms (refrigerator & drink bar), after bath salon (drinks & ice cream), dining room (drinks at dinner & breakfast), bar (drinks & late-night snacks) *Excludes some special items

Kagaya Bettei Matsunomidori promises guests high-quality service and a relaxing stay.
How to get there?
From Noto Airport: Take a Furusato Taxi and alight after about 40 min at Matsunomidori. Immediate access from there.
By car: Exit the Hokuriku Expressway at the Kanazawa-Morimoto IC and continue along the Noto Satoyama Kaido, via the Toyoda-Otsu JCT and exit at Wakura IC (about 80 min).
Hotel Mercato Wajima
Hotel Mercato Wajima
A business hotel located 3 minutes on foot from the Wajima bus terminal (former Wajima Station). The hotel has a large communal bath with a sauna. Light breakfast consisting of bread, coffee, milk, etc. is available at the lobby (self service) from 7:00 to 9:00.
How to get there?
From JR Kanazawa Station: Take the Oku-noto Tokkyu bus to Wajima bus terminal (120 min). 3 min on foot from there.
Grand Hotel Hakusan
Grand Hotel Hakusan
Located just outside Matto Station, this hotel is ideal for both business and leisure travel. Free parking is available at the hotel, and the hotel has coupons for the nearby city parking lot.
How to get there?
From JR Kanazawa Station to JR Matto Station: 10 min.
From JR Matto Station: 3 min on foot.
From Komatsu Airport: 30 min by car.
By car: 10 min from Hakusan IC on the Hokuriku Expressway.
*The parking lot is JPY 500 per vehicle per night of stay. (Available parking spaces - 20)
Daiwa Royal Hotel D-PREMIUM Kanazawa
Daiwa Royal Hotel D-PREMIUM Kanazawa
This hotel is about a 3-minute walk from the west exit of Kanazawa Station. It features an interior design that skillfully adopts traditional culture, communal baths that feature a motif of Kaga Yuzen dyed works, and more, so guests can enjoy a stay unique to Kanazawa.
How to get there?
From Komatsu Airport: About 40 min by shuttle bus.
From Tokyo: Take the Hokuriku Shinkansen Kagayaki to Kanazawa Station (about 150 min).
From Osaka: Take a limited express train to Kanazawa Station (about 160 min).
From JR Kanazawa Station, Kanazawa Port Gate: 3 min on foot.
Shirasagiyu Tawaraya
Shirasagiyu Tawaraya
- Just 1 hour by car from Kanazawa. This is a well-established ryokan that was established around 800 years ago and boasts of a clear, soft hot spring.
- The main entrance is located on the 5th floor overlooking Kakusenkei Gorge below. From the lobby, guestrooms, and mountain stream open-air bath, guests can enjoy the beautiful views of each season: fresh verdure in the spring, deep greens in summer, colored leaves in autumn, and snowy landscapes in the winter.

- The large communal baths are copiously filled with 90 liters of hot spring water per minute, and the mountain stream open-air bath features enough space for 30 guests to bathe comfortably.
- There is also a private large communal bath with an indoor bath and a mountain stream open-air bath. It boasts of enough space to accommodate 20 guests, and with its universal design, guests can even take their wheelchairs in.

- It is just 30 minutes by car to the Hashidate fishing port. Guests can enjoy select Kaga kaiseki course meals prepared with fresh seafood from the nearby sea as well as local ingredients.
- And in winter, the crab cuisine is also highly recommended.

- Guestrooms primarily feature simplistic Japanese-style rooms with tatami flooring.
- Guestrooms are also equipped with free Wi-Fi, a TV, refrigerator, hair dryer, desk lamp, toilet with a toilet washer, towels, bath towels, and more.

- And the lodging is also equipped with a cafe, shop, free parking lot, and more.

- Along Yuge Kaido Street (about 5 minutes away on foot), in addition to hot spring egg-making experiences, there are galleries for Kutani ceramic ware and Yamanaka lacquer ware, shops that sell sweet dumplings or croquettes, cafes, and more lined side by side. And along the ravine running parallel to the street, there is also a 1.3 kilometer promenade, where guests can enjoy strolls of Kakusenkei Gorge.
- For those with a car, this is a convenient location for visiting Komatsu Airport (30 minutes away), Eihei-ji Temple (40 minutes away), Kanazawa and its dinosaur museum (1 hour away), and the World Heritage Sites of Gokayama and Shirakawago (2 hours away).
- There is also a free shuttle from Kagaonsen Station (closest station). From Kanazawa it is just 25 minutes via a limited express train, making travel quite convenient. (For details, please refer to Access Info)
How to get there?
1. By JR
[To Kagaonsen Station]
From Kanazawa Station: About 25 min via limited express train.
From Kyoto Station: About 100 min via limited express train.
From Osaka Station: About 130 min via limited express train.
From Nagoya Station: about 150 min via limited express train.
From Tokyo Station: about 150 min via Hokuriku Shinkansen to Kanazawa. Transfer to the limited express train at Kanazawa Station, about 25 min from there.
From Komatsu Airport: about 10 min by bus to JR Komatsu Station. Transfer to the JR line train at Komatsu Station, about 10 min from there.

2. From Kagaonsen Station
(1) [Free Shuttle - Travel Time: About 20 min]
For guests that would like to use the pick-up shuttle, please make a reservation by the day before.
[Pick-up] JR Kagaonsen Station Departures: 14:00-18:00
[Drop-off] Ryokan Departures Bound for JR Kagaonsen Station:
8:45, 9:45, 10:45

(2) By taxi: About 20 min.
(3) By route bus: About 25 min. Alight at Yamanaka Onsen Terminal. 3 min on foot.

3. By Plane
From Haneda Airport: about 1 hr to Komatsu Airport.
1. About 40 min by taxi from Komatsu Airport.
2. About 10 min by bus from Komatsu Airport to JR Komatsu Station. Transfer to the JR line train at Komatsu Station, about 10 min from there to Kagaonsen Station.

4. By Car
From Kanazawa Area: About 30 min via Katayamazu IC on the expressway.
From Osaka, Kyoto, and Nagoya Areas: About 20 min from Kaga IC or about 30 min from Fukui-kita IC.
Wajima Onsen Notonosho
Wajima Onsen Notonosho
All hallways feature tatami mats and each room commands a panoramic view of the Sea of Japan. Female guests are provided with a yukata (Japanese cotton kimono) of their choice. Food is served on traditional Wajima lacquer ware.
How to get there?
From Kanazawa Station (JR Hokuriku Line), East Exit: Take a Hokuriku Railway bus bound for Wajima to the Wajima Bus Terminal (120 min). It is 8 min by taxi from there.
Hotel Intergate Kanazawa
Hotel Intergate Kanazawa
This hotel - which will have its grand opening in March 2019 - is in a great location within walking distance to Kanazawa Castle Park and Kenrokuen Park. The culture and traditions of Kanazawa can be felt at every turn in the hotel, providing for a tranquil stay.
How to get there?
To JR Kanazawa Station
- From Tokyo Station: About 150 min via Hokuriku Shinkansen Kagayaki.
- From Kyoto Station: About 130 min via limited express train.
From JR Kanazawa Station, Kenrokuen Gate (East Gate): Take a bus from bus stop 7 (left loop only), 8, 9, 10 to the Minamicho and Oyama Jinja Shrine bus stop and it is a short distance from there.
Unizo Inn Express Kanazawa Ekimae
Unizo Inn Express Kanazawa Ekimae
This convenient hotel is ideally situated just 5 minutes on foot from Hokuriku Shinkansen's JR Kanazawa Station, acting as your base for travels not only within Kanazawa City, but also Toyama, Noto, and other places in the Hokuriku region.
How to get there?
From Kanazawa Station (Kenrokuen Exit): Around 5 minutes on foot.
From Tokyo: About 150 min on the JR Hokuriku Shinkansen Kagayaki, then about 130 min on the Rapid JR Line from Kyoto.
Wajima Yashio
Wajima Yashio
A ryokan (Japanese-style inn) commanding views of Wajima Port and Sodegahama Beach. The view of the beautiful Sea of Japan from guestrooms should not be missed. The private open-air bath with a view of Wajima Port is also highly regarded.
How to get there?
From JR Kanazawa Station, East Exit: Take an Expressway bus bound for Wajima and get off at the Wajima bus stop (approx. 120 min). It is about 20 min on foot or about 7 min by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the No-etsu Expressway at Noto Kuko IC and continue along Prefectural Route 1 for about 20 min (15 km).
Via Inn Kanazawa
Via Inn Kanazawa
Located right on the Kanazawa Station premises, guests will not even have to worry about getting wet on rainy days when coming and going between the station and hotel. All rooms are equipped with Internet connections and humidifiers. This hotel is convenient for business and sightseeing.
How to get there?
[To JR Kanazawa Station]
- From Tokyo Station: About 150 min via Kagayaki Hokuriku Shinkansen.
- From Kyoto Station: About 130 min via limited express train.
From Kanazawa Station (JR Hokuriku Line), West Exit: Immediate access.
By car: Exit the Hokuriku Expressway at Kanazawa-nishi IC and continue along National Route 8. Turn right at Sainen Intersection and continue for about 2 km (about 5 min). Then take Prefectural Route 60 (Kanazawa Tatsuruhama Route) for about 2 km (about 10 min) towards Kanazawa Station.
Hotel Route-Inn Wajima
Hotel Route-Inn Wajima
This hotel is located only a 2-minute walk away from the Wajima Morning Markets, a market that has been in existence in this place for over 1000 years. A great location for both sightseeing or business. After a long days work or leisure, guests can wash away all their weariness at the Natural hot spring baths. All rooms are equipped with air purifying machines.
How to get there?
From Noto Airport: Take a Wajima Express bus and get off at the Marine Town bus stop. It is about 1 min on foot from there.
By car: About 30 min from Noto Satoyama Kaido Noto Airport IC.
Suzuya Konnichiro
Suzuya Konnichiro
Beautiful view of the mountains changing its color season by season from all guest rooms. Only 5 minutes on foot to the famous Koorogibashi bridge. Please enjoy our bowl shaped open-air bath "Akayu" (red bath) and "Kuroyu" (black bath).
How to get there?
From Kaga Onsen Station (JR Hokuriku Line): Take the bus bound for Yamanaka Onsen and get off at Yamanaka bus terminal (30 min). 30 min on foot or 5 min by taxi from there.
Yadomoriya Juen
Yadomoriya Juen
This inn offers beautiful scenes looking out on a gentle Nanao Bay and nature-rich Noto Island. Enjoy fresh, seasonal bounty provided by the mountains and sea, as well as good-quality hot springs. Guests can relax and experience all the delights of rural Noto.
How to get there?
From Wakuraonsen Station (JR Nanao Line), Main Exit: Take a bus bound for Hokutetsu Bus Terminal and get off at the Juen bus stop (about 10 minutes).
By car: Exit the Hokuriku Expressway at Kanazawa-Morimoto IC and continue along Noto Satoyama Kaido for about 60 minutes (70 km). Travel via Tokuda-Otsu junction. Exit at Wakura IC and continue for about 7 minutes (4 km).
Notoraku
Notoraku
This hotel is surrounded by the magnificent ocean and seasonally rich nature of Wakura, Noto. Guests can look forward to a genuinely relaxing experience and visually pleasing surroundings.
How to get there?
From Wakuraonsen Station (JR Nanao Line): About 20 min on foot or about 5 min by taxi.
By car: 5 min (5 km) after exiting the No-etsu Expressway at Wakura IC.
Hyakurakusou
Hyakurakusou
An inn located at Tsukumo Bay - one of the 100 most scenic spots of Japan - that has an underground cave bath. Take advantage of the private open-air bath to enjoy the scenic views. Have dinner at the floating restaurant while observing the sea creatures. Breakfast and dinner can also be served in guestrooms. All rooms have L'Occitane amenities for guests. There is also a beauty salon available.
How to get there?
From Kanazawa Station (JR Hokuriku Main Line), East Exit: Take an Otani Express Bus bound for Otani to the Yanagida-Tenzaka bus stop (about 120 minutes). It is about 20 minutes by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the Noto-Satoyama Seaside Road at the Noto Airport IC and continue on National Route 249, then continue along Prefectual Route 35 for about 45 minutes (36 km).
Noto Shimayado Segawa
Noto Shimayado Segawa
A small inn that accepts only 4 groups a day. The inn serves fresh seafood cuisine, and a friendly, cheerful family welcomes guests with the utmost hospitality. Wi-Fi Internet access is available in all guest rooms.

Floating on the surface of Nanao Bay is the lush, green island of Notojima - an island that would take 1.5-2 hours to drive around, and is packed with interesting places like an aquarium and a glass art gallery! Plus, cross the twin bridge to enter into Wajima and Suzu and do some sightseeing in the inner-Noto region! Take your time and enjoy the island’s unique and bountiful nature.
How to get there?
From Noto Airport: About 50 minutes by bus at around JPY 1,300 (as of Jun. 2008).
From Wakura-onsen Station (JR Nanao Line): About 20 minutes by taxi at around JPY 4,000 (as of June 2008). Alternatively, take a bus bound for Notojima Rinkai Koen and get off at the Koda Miyanomae bus stop (about 25 minutes). It is about 1 minute on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Noetsu Expressway (Tatsuruhama Road) at Wakura IC and continue along Prefectural Route 47. Head towards Koda intersection.
Hanamurasaki
Hanamurasaki
- Just 1 hour by car from Kanazawa. This hot spring ryokan is located in the vicinity of Kakusenkei Gorge, a famous spot in the Yamanaka Onsen area.
- Guests can enjoy a relaxing 22 hour stay (check-in at 14:00, check-out at 12:00).
- Hanamurasaki’s specialty meal style is ‘a la carte kaiseki’. Guests can select the dishes they want from the menu of the day.
- Whether they are with their spouse or family, each guest can make their own selections based on their preferences.
(Limited to meals in the dining room. Guestroom meal plans will feature kaiseki course meals.)
- Guests that have trouble making a selection can enjoy the head chef’s recommended kaiseki course meal.
- Guests are treated to select cuisine with every single dish being prepared with in-season ingredients from each season.
- From November to March, crab kaiseki course meals prepared with snow crab from the local Hashidate Fishing Port - 30 minutes away by car - will also be available.
- And, Kutani ceramic ware and Yamanaka lacquer ware will be used so guests can also enjoy the tableware.

- There are 3 types of guestrooms which are primarily Japanese-style rooms with tatami flooring, and all of which have a view of the valley of Kakusenkei Gorge.
- The Special Rooms are Japanese/Western-style rooms equipped with a semi open-air hot spring bath, sauna, kitchen, and living room, so guests can relax in comfort.
- Guestrooms with an antechamber are standard guestrooms with an extra room. This is also convenient for guests staying with their parents or children.
- The standard Japanese-style rooms include an elegant inner garden, wooden fixtures and more, so guests can enjoy Japanese architecture.
- All guestrooms are equipped with a TV, refrigerator, electric kettle, hair dryer, yukata, towels, bath towels, and more.

- In addition to the large communal baths, the ryokan is also equipped with scenic view open-air baths.
- From the scenic view open-air baths, guests can look out over the beauty of Kakusenkei Gorge.
- During the seasons, guests can enjoy fresh foliage, autumn leaves, and snowy landscapes.
- The ryokan is equipped with a natural rock bath and fragrant cypress bath.
- There are also ryokan original chilled sweets for guests to enjoy in the lounge after a soak in the baths.

- There is a bar lounge, shop, and free parking lot available at the ryokan.

- Along the nearby Yuge Kaido Street, in addition to hot spring egg-making experiences, there are galleries for Kutani ceramic ware and Yamanaka lacquer ware, shops that sell sweet dumplings or croquettes, cafes, and more lined side by side. And along the ravine running parallel to the street, there is also a 1.3 kilometer promenade, where guests can enjoy strolls of Kakusenkei Gorge.
- For those with a car, this is a convenient location for visiting Eihei-ji Temple (40 minutes away), Kanazawa and its dinosaur museum (1 hour away), and the World Heritage Sites of Gokayama and Shirakawago (2 hours away).
- There is also a free shuttle from Kagaonsen Station (closest station). From Kanazawa it is just 25 minutes via a limited express train, making travel quite convenient. (For details, please refer to Access Info)
How to get there?
(1) By JR
[To Kagaonsen Station]
From Kanazawa Station: About 25 min via limited express train.
From Kyoto Station: About 100 min via limited express train.
From Osaka Station: About 150 min via limited express train.
From Nagoya Station: About 150 min via limited express train.
From Tokyo Station: About 150 min via Hokuriku Shinkansen to Kanazawa. Transfer to a limited express train at Kanazawa Station and it is about 25 min from there.
From Komatsu Airport: About 10 min by bus to JR Komatsu Station. Transfer to the JR Line at Komatsu Station and it is about 10 min from there.

(2) By Plane
From Haneda Airport: About 1 hr to Komatsu Airport.
From Komatsu Airpot:
- About 40 min by taxi.
- About 10 min by bus to JR Komatsu Station. Transfer to the JR Line at Komatsu Station and it is about 10 min from there to Kagaonsen Station.

(3) By Car
From Kanazawa area: About 30 min via Komatsu IC on the expressway.
From Osaka, Kyoto, Nagoya areas: About 20 min via Kaga IC on the expressway.

[Pick-up Service]
Free round-trip shuttle bus service available to and from Kagaonsen Station (JR Hokuriku Main Line).
Hanamurasaki to/from Kagaonsen Station (15 min one-way)
*Reservation required by 1 day before use
Yukemurinoyado Biwanso
Yukemurinoyado Biwanso
The hotel's restaurant, "En," has a modern Japanese atmosphere and serves seasonal menus. Guests may also choose from the menu on the day of their arrival.
How to get there?
From Wakuraonsen Station (JR Nanao Line): Take a bus bound for Wakura Onsen to the Wakura Onsen bus stop (about 5 minutes). It is about 5 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Hokuriku Expressway at Kanazawa-morimoto IC and continue along Route 159 for about 15 minutes (10 km). Then, take the Noto Satoyama Kaido / Noetsu Expressway for about 45 minutes (50 km) towards Wakura IC. It is about 6-7 minutes from there.
Kanazawa Central Hotel
Kanazawa Central Hotel
Located close to JR Kanazawa Station, this hotel boasts good access to public transportation and suits as a perfect base for both leisure and business. Separate men's and women's baths are available, rather rare in an urban hotel. The original Izakaya (Japanese-style bar) dishes are also popular.
How to get there?
By car: Exit the Hokuriku Expressway at Kanazawa-higashi IC and continue along National Route 8 for about 10 minutes, then Prefectural Route Hatta-Kanazawa Route for about 10 minutes (3 km). Head towards JR Kanazawa Station.
[To JR Kanazawa Station]
- From Tokyo Station: About 150 minutes via Kagayaki Hokuriku Shinkansen.
- From Kyoto Station: About 130 minutes via limited express train.
From Kanazawa Station (JR Hokuriku Line), East Exit: About 3 minutes on foot.
Matsusaki
Matsusaki
- Located in the suburbs of Kanazawa, this is a hot spring ryokan established in 1836 that features a Japanese garden to welcome its guests.
- Guests will be served a heartfelt kaiseki course meal prepared with an abundance of local ingredients - such as fish, vegetables, rice, and more from the nearby sea, mountains, and plains - with each and every dish carefully incorporating the seasons of Kanazawa.
- Cuisine will be a monthly changing kaiseki course meal that is prepared and served one dish at a time. Enjoy the flavor of freshly prepared cuisine.

- There are guestrooms in the Main Building (Zuiun and Momoyama-an types) and the premium New Building (Houou type). There are a variety of types that mainly feature Japanese-style rooms with tatami flooring.
- The New Wing has a total of 10 guestrooms, all of which include an open-air bath and indoor bath which draw water from the hot spring source. And upon arrival, guests staying in the New Wing can head through the tatami-floored hallway to the tea room standing out on the on-site lake and enjoy some matcha green tea while gazing out at the seasonal garden.
- The head chef for the New Building’s exclusive kitchen will exercise their culinary abilities, so guests can enjoy not only the difference in guestrooms, but also kaiseki course meals with a menu that is a rank above the rest.
- Zuiun guestrooms are Japanese-style rooms where guests can view the garden during the seasons, with cherry blossoms and azaleas in the spring, water lilies in the summer, colored leaves in the autumn, and a snowy scene in the winter. For Momoyama-an type rooms, there are also Japanese/Western-style rooms equipped with twin beds.

- The hot springs use the Tatsunokuchi hot spring source that has been dug up in part of the garden.
- From the panoramic open-air bath on the top floor, guests can look out at the Hakusan Mountain Range and the lodging’s garden. In addition to the indoor baths, there is also laying baths and a sauna (or mist sauna). The large communal baths which face the 1st floor garden feature not only an open-air bath, but also a waterfall bath and jacuzzi, as well as a popular bathtub that pumps in water from the source at its natural temperature (36.5℃).
- It is also equipped with private open-air baths. Staying guests can enjoy 50-minute sessions (free; reservations are first come, first served).

- For those with a car, this is a convenient location for visiting the Nomi Kutani Ceramics Museum and ceramic art experience facilities (10 minutes away), Kanazawa and Kenrokuen Garden (30 minutes away), and the World Heritage Site of Shirakawago (90 minutes away).
- There is also a free shuttle available from the nearby Matto Station (10 minutes from Kanazawa Station), Komatsu Station, and Komatsu Airport, so it is also convenient for sightseeing in Kanazawa. (For details, please refer to the access information.)
How to get there?
1. By Train or Plane
[Pick-up]
From Kanazawa Station: Take the JR train to Matto Station (10 min). About 20 min via shuttle bus from there.
Or about 20 min by shuttle bus from JR Komatsu Station or Komatsu Airport.
The shuttle bus operates regularly from Matto Station. From Komatsu Station and Komatsu Airport a request is required.
Both require reservations at least 1 day in advance (please directly contact the hotel).

[Shuttle Bus from JR Matto Station]
Arrival Times: 12:39, 13:41, 14:10, 15:11, 16:04, 16:41, 17:11, 18:10
Please notify the hotel of your scheduled arrival time from the times listed above.

[Drop-off]
Dep. for Matto Station: 8:45, 10:05, 10:55
Dep. for Komatsu Station: 9:30, 10:30, 11:00
For those going to Komatsu Airport, please ask for the timetable when checking in.

2. By Car
About 15 min from Komatsu IC on the Hokuriku Expressway.
About 30 min from Kanazawa.
Minshuku Hakutoen
Minshuku Hakutoen
Located in central Wajima, this bed and breakfast-style inn makes a great base for sightseeing and is only a brief walk from the morning market. With its homey atmosphere, it comes as no surprise that Hakutoen has a large number of regular customers.
How to get there?
From Noto Airport: Take the Furusato Taxi and get off at Wajima Flat Home (about 25 minutes). About 3 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Hokuriku Expressway at Kanazawa-morimoto IC and continue via Prefectural Route Noto Satoyama Kaido for about 60 minutes (90 km), then Prefectural Route 1 (Anamizu-Wajima Route) for about 25 minutes (20 km). Head towards Wajima High School.
Araya Totoan
Araya Totoan
Araya Totoan is a small Japanese-style inn (ryokan) which is more than 800 years old. The inn offers high-quality hot spring baths, delicious, traditional cuisine and heartfelt hospitality.
How to get there?
From Kagaonsen Station (JR Hokuriku Line): Take the bus bound for Yamanaka Onsen and get off at Yamashiro Higashiguchi (about 15 minutes). About 5 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Hokuriku Expressway at Kaga IC and continue along Route 8 for about 15 minutes (6 km). Head towards Yamashiro Onsen Soyu.
Hotel MyStays Kanazawa Castle (Formerly: Castle Inn Kanazawa)
Hotel MyStays Kanazawa Castle (Formerly: Castle Inn Kanazawa)
This hotel is located about 3 minutes on foot from the Kenrokuen Gate of Kanazawa Station. Kenrokuen Garden, the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, and other must-see spots are about a 10 minute drive away. The hotel also has large communal baths, so guests can relax away their travel fatigue. The hotel has a computer room available free of charge, as well as a touring passport. The friendly staff will love to support your visit.
How to get there?
[To JR Kanazawa Station]
- From Tokyo Station: About 150 min via Kagayaki Hokuriku Shinkansen.
- From Kyoto Station: About 130 min via limited express train.
From Kanazawa Station (JR Hokuriku Line), East Exit: About 4 min on foot.
Hotel Route-Inn Nanao Ekihigashi
Hotel Route-Inn Nanao Ekihigashi
Located in the heart of Nanao, this hotel has convenient access to Nanao Station, which enables guests to explore Nanao downtown area easily, Noto Highway, Noto Airport and Wajima island are also easily accessible from the hotel. The hotel also has artificial hot spring baths and guestrooms come with air purifying machines.
How to get there?
From Nanao Station (JR Nanao Line) North Exit: About 5 minutes on foot.
LiVEMAX Resort Kaga-Yamashiro
LiVEMAX Resort Kaga-Yamashiro
With the JR Hokuriku Shinkansen, Kanazawa can now be reached from Tokyo in 150 minutes, with Kaga Onsen just 30 minutes from there! This hot spring town allows guests to sense the atmosphere of olden days firsthand! For breakfast and dinner, guests can enjoy a Japanese/Western-style buffet meal. Non-alcoholic drinks are also free of charge.
How to get there?
Closest airport: Komatsu Airport.
[To Kagaonsen Station]
- From Nagoya Station: About 100 min by limited express train.
- From Kyoto Station: About 100 min by limited express train.
- From Kanazawa Station: About 25 min by limited express train.
From Kagaonsen Station (JR Hokuriku Line): About 10 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Hokuriku Expressway at Kaga IC and continue along Route 8.
Royal Hotel Noto
Royal Hotel Noto
This resort hotel is located in between Kanazawa and Wajima, and is the best place in Noto. The hotel also manages a golf course next door. You can also gaze at the Sea of Japan.
How to get there?
From JR Hakui Station: 25 min by taxi.
By car: 8 km from Hokuriku Expressway Kanazawa Morimoto IC, Noto Toll Road Nishiyama IC.
Dormy Inn Kanazawa
Dormy Inn Kanazawa
The hotel is a two-minute walk from JR Kanazawa Station and is the only hotel with a natural onsen in front of the station. Guests can enjoy an artistic environment and relax in a natural onsen in this old city. This hotel accepts UnionPay credit cards for payment-on-arrival reservations and purchases made at the hotel.
How to get there?
[To JR Kanazawa Station]
- From Tokyo Station: About 150 min via Kagayaki Hokuriku Shinkansen.
- From Kyoto Station: About 130 min via limited express train.
From Kanazawa Station (JR Hokuriku Honsen Line): About 2 min on foot.
Hotel Koshuen
Hotel Koshuen
Great view of the Sea of Japan from guest rooms, lobby, and open-air bath. At the festival public space guests can enjoy their night watching folk entertainment and singing karaoke.
How to get there?
From Wakuraonsen Station (JR Nanao Line): Take a bus to the Wazima bus terminal (55 min), and from there it is 5 min by taxi.
Castle Manai
Castle Manai
Enjoy the superb view of the peaceful Anamizu Bay and majestic Tateyama/Hakusan Mountain Range, as well as the seasonal "maimon" cuisine prepared from ingredients from the mountain and ocean countryside of Noto.
How to get there?
From Noto Airport: About 25 min by car or taxi at around JPY 5,000 (as of Dec. 2013).
From Anamizu Station (Noto Railway): About 30 min on foot, about 5 min by car or taxi at around JPY 1,000 (as of Dec. 2013).
By car: About 10 min from Anamizu IC on Noto Satoyama Kaido.
Rokko Ryokan
Rokko Ryokan
Located at the tip of the Noto Peninsula, where stunning views of the sunrise and sunset can be admired. Savor delicious dishes featuring seafood freshly caught from the fishing port right out front. Have a relaxing time gazing at the panoramic seascape and enjoy a pleasant evening watching the starry sky.
How to get there?
From Noto Airport: About 50 min by taxi.
By bus: Take an Okunoto Kanko bus and alight at the Noroshi bus stop. It is 3 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Noetsu Expressway at Noto Airport IC.
From Tokyo, take the Kan-etsu Expressway, continue to the Hokuriku Expressway IC and on to the Noto Satoyama Kaido road. Exit at the Shiroo IC, head to the Anamizu area, take the Kunogi Exit in Anamizu, and continue along the Suzu road. Take National Route 249 to Prefectural Route 28 heading towards the Noroshi area. In front of Noroshi fishermen's cooperative.
Tadaya
Tadaya
Facing the Nanao Bay, this hotel has a variety of baths including large baths of 18 meters for men and women, an open-air bath, sauna room, and ceramic bath.
How to get there?
From JR Wakuraonsen Station: About 7 minutes by car. A pick-up service is available.
By car: About 6 km from Noetsu Expressway Wakura IC.
Kanazawa Kokusai Hotel
Kanazawa Kokusai Hotel
Located high-up in the nature-rich Takao, we have a beautiful night view from the top-floor restaurant. We also have a pool for the summer. Located about 20 minutes from the expressway interchange, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Easily accessible for guests arriving by car from Noto, Toyama, Kaga, and Fukui areas. A parking lot accommodating 250 vehicles may be used free of charge.
How to get there?
[From Komatsu Airport]
By airport bus:
At the airport bus stop, board the bus bound for Kanazawa Station and alight at Katamachi. Transfer to the no. 30 bus bound for Hikarigaoka and alight at Kanazawa Kokusai Hotel-mae.
By taxi or car: about 40 min.

From Kanazawa Station (JR Hokuriku Shinkansen) East Exit: Take the bus (number 30) bound for Hikarigaoka (about 40 minutes). Get off at the Kanazawa Kokusai Hotel-mae bus stop.

[Hotel Free Shuttle Service]
From Kanazawa Station, Kanazawa Port Gate (formerly West Gate) group bus boarding platform, direct to hotel
10:00, 12:00, 16:00, 18:00
From hotel to Kanazawa Station, Kanazawa Port Gate (formerly West Gate) group bus boarding platform
9:00, 11:00
*In general, a van that seats 9 people will be sent.
When using the shuttle as a group, please contact the hotel.

- To Shirakawago: about 75 min by car
- To Hida-Takayama: about 100 min by car
Diamond Katayamazu Onsen Society
Diamond Katayamazu Onsen Society
Wrapped in the heart of Mount Haku, and located where the rising and setting sun over Shibayama Lagoon colors the water surface seven different ways over the course of a day. 
How to get there?
From Komatsu Airport: About 20 min by taxi.
By car: About 15 min from Hokuriku Expressway Katayamazu IC.
Suzu Beach Hotel
Suzu Beach Hotel
Located by Hachigasaki beach, designated as one of "the 100 finest beaches in Japan," right on the tip of the Noto Peninsula. Equipped with an indoor pool, training gym, and aesthetic salon.
How to get there?
From Kanazawa Station (JR Hokuriku Line), East Exit: Take an express bus bound for Suzu Hachigasaki at Kanazawa Bus Terminal and get off at the Suzu Hachigasaki bus stop (about 160 minutes). Immediate access from there.
From Kanazawa Station (JR Hokuriku Line), Kenrokuen Exit (East Exit): Take an express bus bound for Suzu at Hokuriku Railroad Kanazawa Bus Terminal and get off at the Suzunari Kaikan bus stop (about 160 minutes). Immediate access from there.
By car: Exit the Noto Toll Road at Noto Airport IC and continue along Prefectural Route 57 for about 60 minutes (55 km).
Hotel Kairakuso
Hotel Kairakuso
Superbly located facing the Sea of Japan, Hotel Kairakuso features a delicious range of seafood cuisine prepared using fresh fish hand-selected from the local market by the owner of the hotel. This hotel makes a great choice for those who like fresh seafood!
How to get there?
From JR Kanazawa Station: Take the Hokuriku Railway bus bound for Sosogi and get off at Sosogiguchi (150 min). The hotel is about 5 minutes on foot from the bus stop.
By Car: Exit the Hokuriku Expressway at Kanazawa-morimoto IC and continue along Noto Satoyama Kaido for about 130 minutes (120km).
Aenokaze
Aenokaze
This lodging offers cuisine which places importance on the sense of the seasons, and they have a large bath facing the sea. You can choose from many types of yukata, and lodging staff are dedicated to ensuring guests enjoy their stay freely.
Breakfast will be a buffet served at Restaurant 'Nami no Hana.'

Guests served dinner at 'Hanamai Charyou' or 'Theater Dining Ai' can enjoy a taiko (Japanese drums) performance during dinner.
*Note that the performance may not be held on certain days.
How to get there?
From Wakuraonsen Station (JR Nanao Line): About 5 min by taxi.
From Noto Airport: Take a Furusato Taxi Bus bound for Wakura Onsen to the Aeno Kaze-mae bus stop and it is less than 1 min on foot from there.
From Komatsu Airport: Take a bus bound for Kanazawa and get off at Kanazawa Station. Take a train bound for Wakuraonsen Station on the JR Nanao Line and get off at Wakuraonsen Station. It is about 5 min by taxi from there.

Pick-up Service
System: Contact in advance about arrival time.
Pick up location: Wakuraonsen Station
Time: 12:00 (noon) - 18:00
Conditions: For one or more people
Notes: Pick up times are usually set with limited express arrivals during the above time.

Drop-off Service
A shuttle bus from the hotel will drop off guests at Wakuraonsen Station in time for their train ride.
Conditions: For one or more people.
Kuriya Yasohachi
Kuriya Yasohachi
- On the terrace that is connected to the lobby, there is a rice field - which the facility has cultivated since it was established - where guests can encounter an authentic Japanese scene.
- The lodging has tatami flooring, so guests can kick off their shoes at the entrance and enjoy their stay.

- Guestrooms are primarily Japanese-style rooms that feature tatami flooring.
- The bamboo thicket can be seen from every guestroom, so guests can enjoy a relaxing stay while listening to the sound of the wind rustling the bamboo leaves.
- In addition to the standard Japanese-style rooms, there are a variety of Japanese-style rooms including those with an irori hearth, a terrace, open-air bath and horigotatsu (sunken kotatsu table), bedrooms, or detached rooms.

- Dinner will be monthly-changing kaiseki cuisine, each dish carefully prepared one by one by the chefs with as little chemical seasoning as possible.
- Dinner will be served at the counter seating of the open kitchen or in private tatami-floored rooms.
- At the counter seating, guests can savor freshly made cuisine while enjoying the ambiance of the kitchen and conversation with the chefs.
- For breakfast, guests will be served a Japanese-style set meal. Savor freshly-made rice that was prepared in an earthenware kettle.
- Along with the meal, guests can also enjoy local Yamanaka Onsen sake.

- Both the men’s and women’s large communal hot spring baths are equipped with open-air baths. Guests can enjoy a soak in either the indoor or open-air baths while gazing out at the bamboo thicket.
- In the bamboo thicket on the grounds, there is also a private open-air bath (requires a fee). Here, guests can also enjoy the flow of the mountain stream along with the winds of the great outdoors.
- Guests can also enjoy a free ice cream service after a soak in the baths (15:00 - 18:00).

- The lodging is also equipped with a beauty salon that uses massage oils (requires reservation in advance), a karaoke box, and a shop. In the lobby, guests can also make use of the free Wi-Fi.

- Along the nearby Yuge Kaido Street, in addition to hot spring egg-making experiences, there are galleries for Kutani ceramic ware and Yamanaka lacquer ware, shops that sell sweet dumplings or croquettes, cafes, and more lined side by side. And along the ravine running parallel to the street, there is also a 1.3 kilometer promenade, where guests can enjoy strolls of Kakusenkei Gorge.
- For those with a car, this is a convenient location for visiting Eihei-ji Temple (40 minutes away), Kanazawa and its dinosaur museum (1 hour away), and the World Heritage Sites of Gokayama and Shirakawago (2 hours away).
- There is also a free shuttle from Kagaonsen Station (closest station). From Kanazawa it is just 25 minutes via a limited express train, making travel quite convenient. (For details, please refer to Access Info)
How to get there?
1. By JR
[To Kagaonsen Station]
From Kanazawa Station: about 25 min via limited express train.
From Kyoto Station: about 100 min via limited express train.
From Osaka Station: about 150 min via limited express train.
From Nagoya Station: about 150 min via limited express train.
From Tokyo Station: about 150 min via Hokuriku Shinkansen to Kanazawa. Transfer to the limited express train at Kanazawa Station, about 25 min from there.
From Komatsu Airport: about 10 min by bus to JR Komatsu Station. Transfer to the JR line train at Komatsu Station, about 10 min from there.

[From Kagaonsen Station]
(1) Take a bus (Onsen Yamanaka Line) to Yamanaka Onsen (about 30 min), and it is about 30 min on foot or about 5 min by taxi from there.
(2) Free shuttle available (13:30 - 17:00); requires a reservation in advance by the day prior to accommodation.

2. By Plane
From Haneda Airport: about 1 hr to Komatsu Airport.
1. About 40 min by taxi from Komatsu Airport.
2. About 10 min by bus from Komatsu Airport to JR Komatsu Station. Transfer to the JR line train at Komatsu Station, about 10 min from there to Kagaonsen Station.

3. By Car
From Kanazawa area: about 30 min via Komatsu IC on the expressway.
From Osaka, Kyoto, Nagoya areas: about 20 min via Kaga IC on the expressway.
*Free parking lot available.
Tachibana Shikitei
Tachibana Shikitei
This facility had a complete renewal in 2003. You can experience the pleasant feeling of walking bare-footed on the paulownia-wood flooring in the lobby and corridor.
How to get there?
[To JR Kagaonsen Station]
- From Kanazawa Station: About 25 min via limited express train.
- From Kyoto Station: About 100 min via limited express train.
From Kaga-Onsen Station (JR Hokuriku Line): 10 min by pick-up bus.
By car: 8 km from Hokuriku Expressway Kaga IC / Katayamazu IC.
Kogetsukan
Kogetsukan
An accommodation location providing hospitality in the nature of Noto. This hotel is also known for its connection to novelist Takehiko Fukunaga. Enjoy fresh seafood cuisine prepared by the staff.
How to get there?
From Kanazawa Station (JR Hokuriku Main Line), East Exit: Take a bus bound for Togi/Monzen and alight at the Togi bus stop (about 100 minutes). It is 2 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Noto Satoyama Kaido at Nishiyama IC and continue on Route 249 for about 15 km.
Ryotei Manyo
Ryotei Manyo
The hotel has a Japanese atmosphere that delivers tranquility and nature. Guests will enjoy the hotel's banquet-style dishes prepared with local, seasonal ingredients.
How to get there?
From Komatsu Station (JR Hokuriku Line), West Exit: 20 min by taxi.

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