[A one-of-a-kind trip to experience the elegance of the ancient capital of Kanazawa and enjoy the history of the preserved district "Chaya District" and the taste of artisans]
Kanazawa KOMERU is a sightseeing tour where you can enjoy Kanazawa's food and traditional culture. Announcement of Gourmet & Culture.
The tour will be held for a limited time on September 3rd (Sunday) and September 4th (Monday).
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The world's first ``oil sushi'' special kaiseki course created by chef Masayuki Okuda of Al Kecciano, combining simple seasoning with salt and oil and the resonance of ingredients.
*Includes wine and local sake pairing (non-alcoholic options available)
Chef Okuda is world-famous and has won the Grand Prix at the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. By using oil, salt, and vinegar according to the ingredients , they all complement each other and create a harmonious sushi. This up-and-coming dish, ``oil sushi,'' has been created in the ultimate form by Chef Okuda, who has spent many years paying close attention to the ingredients and carving out his own unique culinary path .
Kenroku -tei, a famous Japanese restaurant in Kanazawa that is usually not open at night, was reserved for this tour, and Chef Okuda was invited to enjoy a special course of ``oil sushi'' using Hokuriku seafood. We will provide it.
In addition, for dinner, we will serve Kanazawa's local cuisine prepared by Kenroku-tei, including Jibuni, so please take your time and enjoy the culinary luxury of the ancient capital of Kanazawa.
Cafe Tamonno rice flour pancake special menu in Kanazawa Higashi Chaya District
Cafe Tamon, a popular townhouse cafe in Higashi Chaya District, a town with a strong history in Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture, has long lines of people.The rice flour pancakes are the signature rice flour pancakes from Ishikawa Prefecture that are made using recycling-oriented environmental farming methods. Use rice. We are also working on SDG's, aiming for a sustainable future for Ishikawa Prefecture by hand-milling non-standard size rice that would normally be discarded. Cafe Tamon, a popular restaurant that is also popular with people from overseas , will be offering a special pancake plate exclusively for this tour.
A special tatami play exclusive to this tour where we invite Kanazawa geishas, who are not available to first-time visitors.
At Kenroku-tei, which is normally not open at night, we will be inviting Kanazawa geishas, who are not available to first-time customers, to enjoy a tatami room while you eat. A special night in Kanazawa where you can enjoy local cuisine prepared by Kenroku-tei and oil sushi prepared by Chef Okuda, while enjoying the elegant tatami-style entertainment of Kanazawa geishas, something that tourists rarely get to see. Please take this opportunity to experience this special collaboration only available on this tour.
Experience gold leafing chopsticks with lacquer and kintsugi artist Nayuki Sonodai
Most of the gold leaf produced in Japan is made in Kanazawa, and Kanazawa leaf has been inherited in various traditional craft industries in Ishikawa Prefecture, such as Kaga Yuzen, Kanazawa lacquerware, and Wajima lacquerware. On this tour , you will experience making chopsticks using Kanazawa's proud gold leaf under the direction of lacquer and kintsugi artist Nayuki Enshiro . You can take home the chopsticks coated with gold leaf on this tour as souvenirs.
Visit Utasu Shrine, where 10 gods are enshrined.
Utasu Shrine is said to have originated from an old mirror dug out from the banks of the Asano River with the patterns of a rabbit and a dragon , and where the god Utatsu was enshrined . After Toshiie Maeda, the founder of Kaga Hyakumangoku, who is the most historic figure in Kanazawa, passed away , he built Utatsu Hachimangu Shrine , and Utasu Shrine, which enshrines the spirit of Toshiie , is one of Kanazawa's five shrines and has a long history. shrine. At the back of the precincts , there is Toshitsune Koshu Yunoike , which is said to have healed the fifth lord of the domain , Maeda Tsunori , from smallpox when he contracted smallpox . It is also called a pot .
In addition, 10 gods are enshrined at Utasu Shrine, and the shrine is said to have the most blessings in Kanazawa. This tour starts with a visit to Utasu Shrine, which is home to an important history for Kanazawa .
Take photos with a professional photographer at Kenrokuen, a strolling garden that is considered one of Japan's top three gardens.
Kenrokuen, a must-visit sightseeing spot in Kanazawa , is a representative garden of feudal lords from the Edo period, and was created over a long period of time by successive lords of the Kaga domain. Located in the center of Kanazawa City, this garden is loved by residents of the prefecture and tourists from all over the world for its spectacular view of the castle town and the beauty of each season. When talking about the beauty of Kenrokuen, it is essential to use the ``mawarishiki'' gardening method. Rather than a sitting-style garden that can be enjoyed from the temple's hojo or the palace's shoin, the garden has a large pond, a rocky mountain, and is dotted with pavilions and teahouses, and visitors can enjoy the garden as they visit. Its special feature is that you can enjoy sightseeing. Participants of this tour will wear kimonos and walk around the beautiful garden of the four seasons, which is made up of several ponds, curved waters that connect them, and a variety of trees.
A professional photographer will take photos of a wonderful journey in a kimono through the beautiful location of Kenrokuen, which has been carefully protected, inherited, and shaped by generations of Kaga feudal lords over many years. , I will send it to you as a memory of my trip.
●Group ① September 3rd (Sunday) 14:30~
14:30｜Higashi Chaya District Gather at Utasu Shrine (visit)
15:00｜Meal at Cafe Tamon (rice flour pancakes) & experience applying gold leaf on chopsticks
16:30｜Higashi Chaya District ~ Kenrokuen Walking around the castle town
17:00｜Change into kimono, walk around Kenrokuen, take photos
18:30｜Meal (special oil sushi experience)/ Kanazawa geisha parlor play
21:30｜ Scheduled to end
●Group ② September 4th (Monday) 12:30~
12:30 ｜ Higashi Chaya District Gather at Utasu Shrine (Visit)
13:00｜Meal at Cafe Tamon (rice flour pancakes) & experience applying gold leaf on chopsticks
14: 30｜Higashi Chaya District - Stroll through Kenrokuen Castle Town
15: 30｜Change into kimono, walk around Kenrokuen, take photos
17:00｜Meal (special oil sushi experience)/ Kanazawa geisha parlor play
19:00｜ Scheduled to end
●Group ③ September 4th (Monday) 15:00~
15:00｜Higashi Chaya District Utasu Shrine gathering (visiting)
15:30｜Meal at Cafe Tamon (rice flour pancakes) & experience applying gold leaf on chopsticks
17:00｜Higashi Chaya District ~ Kenrokuen Walking around the castle town
17:30｜Change into kimono, walk around Kenrokuen, take photos
19:30｜Meal (special oil sushi experience) /Kanazawa geisha parlor play
21: 30 ｜ Scheduled to end
120,000 yen (tax included)
● Lunch (Cafe Tamon｜Rice flour pancakes)
● Dinner (Kenrokutei | Kaiseki course with oil sushi and local cuisine)
Pairing of wine and local sake (non-alcoholic options available)
● Special tatami play by Kanazawa geishas
● Chopstick gold leaf pasting experience
● Kimono rental, dressing, tabi, sandals
● Souvenirs ( sushi plates, chopsticks * works with gold leaf pasting experience)
● Photo shoot by a professional photographer
(We also have merchandise available for sale)
Oil sushi supervised by Chef Okuda (frozen product)
Chocolate using Ishikawa specialty products
Kaga Bocha and tableware and bridges used at the event
Sake and pottery set
All KOMERU brand original
*Product sales are not included in this cost.
Kanazawa KOMERU Groumet & Culture offers Kanazawa food and experiences through collaboration that cannot be found on other Kanazawa tours .
Our plan is for you to enjoy a unique and wonderful time in Kanazawa. In addition, this is a premium tour limited to 30 people over two days.
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We look forward to your participation.