3-Day Kaga "Onsen" Spa Experience and Kanazawa City Tour
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Kutani porcelain
Kenroku-en garden
Kanazawa castle
Higashi chaya district
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Description

 

Take time out for yourself and relax in premier "Onsen" spa. Kaga Onsen resort is a popular, highly rated "Onsen" destination in Japan with more than 1300 years of history. Surrounded by nature, immerse yourself in the high quality hot springs, the views, the fresh air, and the hospitality of a luxury Japanese style "Ryokan" hotel in Kaga. Kaga is also well known as the birthplace of Kutaniyaki, or Kutani porcelain which has attracted many fans all over the world. Enjoy the dishes served on lovely Kutaniyaki porcelain during "Kaiseki" dinner at the "Ryokan" hotel and visit Kutaniyaki museum to experience the diverse of Kutaniyaki. And also, there are a lot of places, foods and culture you can't miss in Kanazawa. With a local expert guide you'll explorer the samurai city of Kanazawa with all its amazing sites such as Kenroku-en garden, Kanazawa castle, Nagamachi samurai district and more. 

Inclusions
  • 2 nights of accommodation at the traditional "Ryokan" hotel in Kaga with complimentary breakfast

  • "Onsen" spa experience in Kaga onsen resort

  • Kanazawa city tour

  • Full course "Kaiseki" dinner for 2 nights (drink not included)

  • English speaking private guide and transport by private vehicle

  • Entrance fees

Exclusions
  • Food and drinks except the breakfast and dinner mentioned above

  • Gratuities (optional)

Accommodation
  • 2 nights of accommodation at the "Ryokan" hotel in Kaga.

  • If the designated accommodation is not available, we will contact you to discuss alternative options. 

Price

Please contact us

 
Max # of people

up to 8

 
Additional information
  • If a child under 13 years old is accompanying you, please contact us in advance.

Tour itinerary
Day1

10am-4pm

 
Welcome

Our guide and driver will meet you at Kanazawa station, Komatsu airport or your staying hotel in Kanazawa.

 

Kenroku-en garden

 

Kanazawa castle  
 
Higashi Chaya district

Travel to Kaga by a private car accross the beautiful countryside for about 1h.

Traditional "Ryokan" hotel in Kaga

Enjoy full course Kaiseki dinner and "Onsen" spa experience.

Day2

10am-4pm

 
Hotel pick up
Ohmicho market
Nagamachi Samurai district
Your selection

If time permitted, we will bring you to one of the following experiences.

  • 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art

  • D.T. Suzuki Museum(Zen)

  • Miso brewery visit  

Traditional "Ryokan" hotel in Kaga

Enjoy full course Kaiseki dinner and "Onsen" spa experience.

Day3

10am-5pm

 
Hotel pick up

Please enjoy "Onsen" spa experience again in the morning. You can enjoy the daytime scenery from the baths.

Kutaniyaki Art Museum

 

Travel back to Kanazawa by a private car.

Farewell

We will see you off at Kanazawa station, Komatsu airport or your staying hotel in Kanazawa.

  • The above starting/ending time are approximate. We can modify them according to your schedule, if they are in the daytime. Please contact us.

  • Please note that the itineraries and transportations may be subject to change without prior notice due to circumstances or events.

Optional tours

 

Following optional tours are offered to guests interested in additional experience or sightseeing to supplement the included components of our tours. You may choose to participate in some, all or none of the optional tours which are priced individually. Please contact us for more details.

  • Kutani Porcelain studio visit

  • "Geisha" entertainment with traditional "Kaiseki" dinner

  • Sake brewery tour (open from November to April)

  • Kaga embroidery studio visit (accepted up to 4 people)

Kutani porcelain

 

Kutani porcelain, or “Kutaniyaki” represents a type of Japanese polychrome porcelain. Today, it has become known as gift items of the Imperial family. The “Kutaniyaki” was presented to Charles, Prince of Wales, as a wedding gift, and has also been favored by celebrities worldwide. Each “Kutaniyaki” has its own individual artistic touch. The existing art style is just one of the many that have existed over the years, as new styles were continuously developed, declined, discarded, and revived. This trip will offer you the opportunity to visit the workshops of the famous artisans. The artisans are known that their pieces are made for the Imperial Family.