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Shoot video in Kanazawa
Kanazawa tells the good old Japanese atmosphere to the present. Many of the locations that are perfect for filming movies are worth seeing at night. It shows a different moody look than during the day.
Kazuemachi Chaya District
Kazuemachi Chaya-gai is lined with traditional Japanese restaurants and teahouses. At dusk, streetlights are beautifully reflected on the surface of the nearby Asano River.It is very quiet compared to other teahouses, so you can relax and enjoy a stroll.
Elegant shamisen sounds echo through the cobbled alleys, giving you a fantastic atmosphere.
Kenrokuen is one of the three largest gardens in Japan, along with Kairakuen in Mito and Korakuen in Okayama. Speaking of Kanazawa, Kenrokuen is a classic spot that is not an exaggeration.
The beautiful scenery of the four seasons shows the stunning cherry blossoms in spring, the lush greenery in summer, the gorgeous foliage in autumn, and the snowy landscape in winter.
Kanazawa Castle Park
Kanazawa Castle is a classic tourist spot in Kanazawa, along with Kenrokuen Garden, and a symbol of Kanazawa. Because it is adjacent to Kenrokuen, it is also attractive to be able to visit together.
Restoration work has been underway since the beginning of Heisei, and it has become increasingly possible to feel the good old days.
Kanazawa Castle Park is open every night on Friday and Saturday nights from sunset to 21:00 p.m. Kanazawa Castle and surrounding buildings are illuminated fantastically, and you can enjoy a different scenery from daytime.
Higashi Chaya District
Higashi Chaya District is the largest flower district in Kanazawa, comparable to Gion in Kyoto. It began as a teahouse town officially recognized by the Kaga clan in 1820.
A building with a beautiful bay lattice called a kimushi basket and the streets with cobblestones have left an impression of those days.
At sunset, when the building is lit, the scenery will be more attractive.
In addition, since it was selected as a preservation area for important traditional buildings in the country in 2001, conservation measures have been promoted as "townscape cultural properties."
"Utatsuyama Park" near the Higashi Chaya District. From Utatsuyama on the premises, you can overlook the city of Kanazawa, and on a clear day you can see the Sea of Japan.
The beautiful night view is also a must-see.
Nagamachi Samurai House Ruins
Nagamachi, where samurai from the Kaga clan set up a residence during the Edo period. Today, it is a tourist attraction as the Nagamachi Samurai House Ruins, and you can fully enjoy the atmosphere of the time by strolling along the city walls and cobblestone roads with its clay walls.
The rooftops of wooden houses have a continuous roof, and the rooftops of the Nagaya gate with its ocher earthen walls and samurai windows are the most nostalgic. It is also characteristic that there are many blind alleys and winding roads that distract the sense of direction in preparation for intrusion from the outside.