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Shima Tea Room
Built in the 1820's, "Ochaya Shima" (Shima Tea Room) is in the east of Kanazawa, and has been designated as a National Important Cultural Asset. The interior halls, decorated with red gold, were built for entertainment. The water and stone rooms from the early times of the chaya still remain. Further inside, there is an actual tea room where guests can enjoy traditional green tea and sweets.
1-13-21 Higashiyama, Kanazawa, Ishikawa
Free for pre-schoolers
A structure that emanates the atmosphere of a "chaya" (tea room).
10 minutes by bus from JR Kanazawa Station, get off at Hashiba-cho and walk 5 minutes
15 minutes by car from Kanazawa-East Interchange via Hokuriku Expressway
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