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|Address||Na-3-3 Awazu-Onsen, Komatsu City|
|Business hours||9:00-16:30 (Late Apr.-early May vacation & summer period: -17:00)|
|Access||Ride a Can Bus from JR Kagaonsen Sta. for 40 min. and get off at Yunokuni-no-Mori bus stop. It's a short walk from the bus stop to Kaga Traditional Crafts Village Yunokuni no Mori.|
|Closed||Open 365 days (except temporary closing)|
|Fee||Adult: ¥540 (extra charge for hands-on experiences)|
One of the three most beautiful gardens of Japan. Featuring a stroll garden with a central pond from the Edo Period, it brings about the elegant beautiful sceneries of the four seasons with sakura, red leaves or Yukitsuri (traditional method of protecting trees from heavy snowfall).
The traditional townscape is lined with houses featuring "Kimusuko", a kind of lattice protruding an elegant style. Many small restaurants and souvenir shops are lined up along the street and the atmosphere is filled with memories from the olden times.
With a focus on fish and shellfish found in the sea waters near Noto Pensinsula, this aquarium is home to 40,000 aquatic creatures of approx. 500 different species. It also offers events such as dolphin and seal shows or the penguins' stroll.