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Nagamachi is, if nothing else, a fascinating study on how Japan blends its past and present seamlessly. Walk one or two side streets from the main shopping district and you suddenly find yourself in a quiet, secluded, neighborhood. Each street lined with tall stone walls,...More
We were staying very close by so went one evening to eat as there are some interesting little restaurants here and then back in the morning to actually see the buildings properly.
It’s a quiet area even with tourists and some shops which sell good...More
It poured with rain all day when we were in Kanazawa but this District was so beautiful, even in these conditions. This is an area where real people live in sumptuous residences so it has a very lovely calm feel with its narrow paved streets,...More
We walked a fair way to get there (because we didnt figure out the buses) and while it is a lovely street and very authentic we would not have missed seeing it.However I am only saying this as we had been to the Gion area...More
I loved this district, walking along the river to the different samurai houses, the houses improving commensurate with the stature of the samurai. Not crowded at all, it was really enjoyable and one of the foremost memories of Japan.
This district is just fantastic!! You feel as though you are in 'old Japan'. Structures or shops and not forgetting the walkways or streets are just they way they were. You may find local brides and grooms dressed in their traditional garb taking photos here.