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A town where old and new mingle - Kanazawa -
   In its heart - A small ryokan perfect for tourism

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Our ryokan is located on a quiet street in the heart of Kanazawa, ideal for access to anywhere in the city.

As a small ryokan with a long history in Kanazawa, we are able to provide each and every one of our guests with flexible and fine hospitality, as well as guidance for Kanazawa and the Hokuriku region.


Your home base for tourism

Touring Kanazawa on Foot


Many of Kanazawa’s primary tourist spots are located within walking distance of our ryokan. Omi-cho Market and Kanazawa Castle Park are just 3 minutes away, with Kenroku-en, Higashi Chaya District, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art and other famous spots also nearby.

We rent out bicycles, so we recommend that you try touring the city by bicycle, too.

Also located in the vicinity of Owari-cho are Kanazawa Phonograph Museum, Izumi Kyoka Kinenkan Museum, the Citizen’s Culture Museum, the Shop of Old Standing Museum, Kanazawa Literary Hall, Kazuemachi Chaya District, Kuboichi Ototsurugi Shrine, various old shops, Ohi Museum, The Old Site of Mr. Kurando Terashima’s House and more.  A fun area for strolling too!

We provide sightseeing information at the front desk.

You can leave your luggage or car at the ryokan.
We will help you with any Kanazawa trip you think up.

Ryokan Yamamuro is perfect for tourists.

For more information, see “Sightsee”

A base for Hokuriku tourism


Kanazawa affords easy access to Gokayama and Shirakawa-go (both World Heritage Sites), as well as Noto Peninsula, Kaga Onsen-kyo and other famous tourist spots in each direction, offering up plenty of potential day-trips.
So, please ask us about exploring outside of Kanazawa city as well.

We can provide assistance concerning public transportation or car rental.

Great locations for a Hokuriku day-trip

  • Gokayama, Shirakawa-go
  • Noto Peninsula
  • Kaga Onsen-kyo (Awazu, Katayamazu, Yamashiro, Yamanaka)
  • Tojinbo, Eihei-ji

For more information, see “Sightsee”