Ishikawa-ken Things to Do

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Ishikawa-ken Things to Do

  • The longest bench in the world

    The longest bench in the world is made by wood with a 461 meter long that 1350 people can be sit on it.The bench has been registered into Guinness Book of Records.

  • Kazuematichayagai (2)

    Look this doorplate! Chaya is the name of place for men to enjoy the music played by Geico(women wearing fine and beautifu kimono), and this custom started in edo era. Still now the atomosphere remains every around this place, and we could enjoy drinking at bar here. Some chaya was remodeled into bar or restaurant, for example...

  • Kazuematichayagai (1)

    Beautiful shops were lining up along the Asano-river. Just walking by these shops, we could feel the ancient mood and enjoy the detail of these buildings.

  • Ohmicho market (2)

    Tourists and also resident people come here to get these fresh food stuffs. There were some places to dine and enjoy fresh fish as sushi and so on. You'd better hurry if you want to get the foods here, because almost all shops open up to 5-6 p.m.. Bars and restaurants are opened until night around 11p.m..

  • Ohmicho market (1)

    Look these curious vegetables and fresh fishes! These vegetables can't be seen in Tokyo easily and their shapes are distinguished from ones I know. This market is so huge that I nearly lost.

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