Kaga, Komatsu, & Tatsunokuchi

Kaga, Komatsu, & Tatsunokuchi

The “Ayatorihashi Bridge” over the Daishoji River in Yamanaka Onsen, Kaga City, Ishikawa Prefecture, was designed by Hiroshi Teshigahara, the head of the Sogetsu School of flower arrangement, and is an impressive spot with a reddish-purple S-shaped bridge almost above Kakusen Gorge. In the evening, the bridge is lit up in purple tones, reminiscent of the Kutani Gosai (five colors of Kutani ware), creating an even more fantastic atmosphere.
Speaking of the Komatsu area, there is Mt. Kurakake.
More than 30,000 climbers visit the mountain every year, as it is relatively easy for beginners to climb, and it is easy to enjoy from fresh green season to hiking on the snow.
The Tatsunokuchi area is rich in historic temples and shrines, making it an area full of historical attractions and places to play.

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