≪Check-out time amendment notice≫
Check-out time will be amended to 10 a.m. from April 1, 2017.
*For the guest staying in Hamarikyu and Setsugetsuka deluxe room, check-out time is at 11 a.m.
Cherry blossom rains mark the beginning of spring on the Noto Peninsula.
Noto’s Satoyama and Satoumi have been designated as GIAHS (Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems), replete with pristine virgin landscapes that undergo remarkable transformation season-to-season. It is a particularly dazzling sight when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom.
The Noto Peninsula has earned the title of “A Treasure Trove of Festivals” due to its rich ancient festival culture. There is a unique festive event taking place on the peninsula almost every week. Every summer starts with the Seihakusai Dekayama Festival, followed by Nanao Gion Matsuri, Kanazawa Hyakumangoku Matsuri, Issaki Hoto Festival, Wajima Taisai, and various Kiriko Festivals, etc. And the list goes on...
At this time of the year, the brilliant red maple leaves serve as an omnipresent backdrop to the varied and resplendent natural wilderness. A bike ride along the coastline is one excellent way to take in some remarkable views. Or you may choose to cruise in the Nanao Bay and get up close with some wild dolphins. Pick from the selection of varied natural scenic spots and customise your own engaging itinerary in Noto.
Noto is the renowned centre of traditional Japanese crafts such as Kaga yuzen, Kutani ware, and Wajima lacquerware. Apart from joining the cultural excursions specially organized by Kagaya, there is also a selection of arts and crafts demonstrations and workshops for a hands-on experience.
Make sure you make a visit to the Kiriko Lantern Museum, Wajima Urushi Art Museum, and don’t miss the Wakura Onsen Winter Fireworks. Winter in Noto is guranteed to be a special experience!
I will introduce a stroll point of Ishikawa Prefecture. Around Wakulla, art, etc. There is a facility to appreciate the culture, such as theater.Is around Kanazawa there is tourist spot in history.Enjoy the seafood of the Sea of Japan, you can enjoy a moist and to appreciate art ... various times.
The philosophy conceived by the second generation proprietress Taka Oda has been at the heart of Kagaya’s hospitality which has been preserved until today. Every okami (inn manageress) strives for the utmost comfort and complete relaxation of every guest at Kagaya. Our unique “room host” tradition means that at any moment during your stay, guests can enjoy a bespoke chamberlain service with a dedicated staff member providing meticulous, attentive and considerate service looking after every aspect of your time with us including making excursion arrangements. It is indeed a unique Kagaya experience!
Wajima lacquerware, Kutani ware, and Kanazawa haku (gold leaf) are a few examples of the world-famous Ishikawa traditional crafts, many of which are nationally designated and preserved. Kagaya has incoporated numerous local artwork and handicrafts in the premise making your holiday home a living museum.
Kagaya offers the unparallelled combination of high quality spring water and resplendent views of the ocean.
Guests have access to the different types of onsen baths on site to indulge in the fragrant aroma that has been around since the discovery of Wakura Onsen some 1200 years ago.
Of the multiple transportation options to Kagaya, we specially recommend the newly opened Hokuriku Shinkansen trains from Tokyo to Kanazawa directly where you may change to JR train to Wakura-Onsen station. Kagaya offers a shuttle bus service from the JR Wakura-Onsen station to the hotel.