Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel
Steps from one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan, notable modern art works, and Omicho Market’s extraordinary seafood, an elegant escape in Kanazawa’s city center awaits at Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel. The ancient castle city is a symbol of traditional Japanese culture, and this well-connected hotel is the ideal home base to experience everything from the cherry blossoms and famed fountains at Kenrokuen Garden to Leandro Erlich's ‘Swimming Pool’ at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art. Whether pairing Kaga cuisine with mountain views at Kincharyou or staying onsite for an assortment of events, Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel is a genuine Japanese jewel.
At A Glance
- Stroll through the ancient trees and ponds at Kenrokuen Garden and stop by Omicho Market for famed fresh fish
- Walk to the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art to see Turrell’s ‘Blue Planet Sky’ and Erlich’s ‘Swimming Pool’
- Savor Western and Japanese dishes at Marais D’or or head to Kincharyou for Kaga cuisine and sweeping views
- On-site conference rooms and banquet halls host everything from cozy groups of 40 to large groups of 800
- Exploring the area is easy with the Korinbo bus stop right outside and the Kanazawa JR Station a short drive away
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- 236 stylish rooms feature mini-fridges, TV’s, and tea sets. Several rooms also boast city or mountain views
- Accommodations are broken up into standard floors, luxury floors, and suites complete with living rooms
- Sip on complimentary Japanese green and black tea and coffee from the comforts of your room
- A grand reception hall is available for international conferences and immense parties and meetings
- Various conference rooms and banquet halls can host everything from intimate groups of 40 to groups of 800
- Complimentary WiFi and 24-hour front desk services included. Parking and laundry services available for a surcharge
Grab a seat at Marais D’or for Western and Japanese dishes and drinks, or swing by Kincharyou for acclaimed Kaga cuisine overlooking the surrounding gardens and cityscape.
Marais D’or — Home to a chic bar, intimate lounge, and all-day dining, Marais D’or boasts a breakfast buffet complete with Western and Japanese options, as well as French favorites served throughout the day.
Kincharyou — Kaga cuisine is paired with panoramic city and garden views at the hotel’s third floor hotspot. Deep fried seafood and vegetable tempura are a few of the signature items.
Kenrokuen Garden — The crown jewel of the Kanazawa Castle grounds is one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. Saunter along ancient walkways and stone bridges through plum groves, cherry blossoms, waterfalls, and historic fountains. A few of our favorite stops are the historic teahouse built in 1774, Yūgao-tei, and the red-stone Flying Geese Bridge. For a serene stroll, we suggest heading to the garden in the morning hours before the crowds arrive.
21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art — This can’t-miss, cylindrical glass building honors works produced by Japanese and international artists. Leandro Erlich's ‘Swimming Pool’ and James Turrell's ‘Blue Planet Sky’ put the museum in a class of its own. For a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience, be sure to head “underwater” at the ‘Swimming Pool’.
Omicho Market — This bustling market, dating back to the Edo period, is known for its Kaga vegetables and fresh seafood. While exploring the stores is a fantastic way to pass the time, we suggest stopping by one of the many eateries to sample the signature rice bowls topped with fresh Kanazawa seafood.
Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel
Nestled in Kanazawa’s city center, this urban hotel places you walking distance from the town’s most famous attractions including the shops at the Omicho Market, the galleries of the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, and the ancient trees and walkways of the Kenrokuen Garden. The Korinbo bus stop sits alongside the hotel and the Kanazawa JR Station is just a 15-minute drive away. The Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel is easily accessible from the Hokuriku Shinkansen; hop on the bullet train in Tokyo for a quick 2.5 hour ride into the city.