KANAZAWA - Samurai Town
Learn about the world of another Japanese icon: The samurai.
Kanazawa had Shinkansen bullet train routes in mid March, 2015. Located between the Sea of Japan and the Japanese Alps in western Japan, Kanazawa is considered one of the country’s best places to learn about samurai history.
Some years ago, this city was praised as a little Kyoto, but technically it hasn’t received so much influence from the court nobles’ city. Kanazawa has been flourishing since the Lord Maeda moved here for governing the region during the Sengoku or “Warring States” period, thus local people humbly boast of this city as a samurai town.
MOGANA proposes a new form of hospitality with the conscious of traditional Japanese beauty. Its a very special place. Who is looking for a luxurios with a modern touch hotel, Mogana it’s a winner. They have a amazing staff and the breakfast its one of a kind experience.An American breakfast is available each morning.All rooms in the hotel are equipped with a coffee machine. With a private bathroom fitted with a bath and free toiletries, certain units at MOGANA also feature a terrace. The units have a wardrobe.Staff are friendly, professional, personable and extremely helpful in enabling a great experience at Mogana. You feel right at home. This building has been restored a very important but old architectural style of Kyoto called the "Unagi no nedoko"(the width is small but the depth is large)The guests are greeted with a long 38meter passageway decorated with modern technology illuminations and sounds, invited into the interior structure. This hotel offers a 24-hour front desk. Set in the Nakagyo Ward district, the hotel is within 801 m of Kyoto International Manga Museum. Nijojo-Mae Station is a 5-minute walk, Karasuma Oike Station is an 8-minute walk and Kyoto Station is a 14-minute train ride away.