One of the three most sacred mountains in Japan, Hakusan, was first recognized more than 1,300 years ago by a monk called Taicho. He also founded Natadera in 717 as a temple to worship the sacredness of nature. A place of spirituality, rebirth and healing, Natadera offers a natural paradise not to be missed.
Hashidate Port was the scene of a bustling port town, a stop in the routes of Kitamaebune, merchant ships which used to go around Japan during the Edo Period. This traditional wooden port town is the place where you’ll enjoy an unforgettable seafood course. Before you realize it, you’ll be exclaiming “Umai” like a true Japanese.
One of the retainers of the Maeda Clan, built a lavish mansion in Kanazawa which was transferred piece by piece to a privileged place overlooking the Kakusenkei Gorges in Yamanaka. This is the perfect location for a tea ceremony enjoying the charm of each season.
Afterwards, you’ll have free time to walk the ancient path of poets and enjoy a bath in the hot springs of this Onsen town.
・9 in-bus video explanations for points of interests in the region
・Bus attendant and driver
・Entrance fee to Natadera Temple
・Entrance fee to Mugenan with Japanese tea and sweets
・Public Bath ticket for Yamanaka (including towel and other amenities)
・Pick-up and drop off at Sainoniwa Hotel or Kanazawa Station
・Drinks for lunch
*We recommend you bring comfortable shoes to walk.
*The menu is subject to change with the season.
Kanazawa West Exit Bus Parking 9:00
Natadera (Around 50 minutes)
Yamamotoya (Around 90 minutes)
Yamanaka Onsen visit to Mugenan (Around 2 hours)
Kanazawa Station West Exit
How to get to the bus boarding area