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Kanazawa has a rich cultural heritage, a history of artistic innovation and excellence, and some of the best dining options in Japan.

Kanazawa is the prefectural capital of Ishikawa, a narrow stretch of land on Japan’s main island of Honshu along the Sea of Japan. It was one of the most important centers for culture and art during the Edo period and remains a great place for art lovers and culture enthusiasts. Kanazawa contains museums and workshops on everything from gold leaf to samurai.

The Sea of Japan is home to the best Japanese seafood, including crab, sweet shrimp, and yellowtail. Sample the variety of fresh seafood in Kanazawa’s many sushi restaurants or other restaurants at bustling Omicho Market, where locals shop for the freshest ingredients.

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Michelin Rated
UNESCO World Heritage
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