An interesting area but not so much to see as in the Higashi Chaya District. Easy to find from the river.
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The house is well restored and beautifully kept and takes you back to a bygone era. There was actually Samurai stuff like swords and armour that we enjoyed looking at. The place was teeming with tourists, though, so that took a little away from appreciating...More
Not surprisingly, Tea House Street is all about tea and a pleasant wander along the street shows off the old merchant houses, many decorated with ornate tree and flower displays
We walked along the restaurant district with its traditional houses from the feudal days, and took some photos but it wasn't that big or an absolute must do.
The outsides of the old tea houses were interesting to us because we knew how many people had enjoyed the tea houses in the past. But to us, the most interesting aspect was their location along the Asanogawa River, especially during sakura season when the...More
An interesting street, with old tea houses to see and the river. Taxi driver took a special detour down the street - without being asked - so could see everything. Not a long street, so is walkable. Not worth a special trip unless you want...More
Like other chaya street, unless you go in the tea house, you just see a quite street. Wooden structure? went to a lot of Japan old machi, you will know the structure here are pretty normal. I reached here around noon, the street look like...More
One of the tourists spots you won't want to miss besides the Kanrokuen, Kanazawa Castle and the Kazuemachi Tea House Street. It was like in time machine bringing people back Japan long long time ago with wooden houses, small shops and alleys. I was there...More
I'm very into Japanese culture & this is quite authentic. We were actually able to visit one & attend a performance that evening of geishas.