A cute fish is walking around Kazue-machi district in Kanazawa.
The tour will take you on a quiet tour of the charming streets.
Kazue-machi is located along the Asano-gawa River and is a tourist attraction where you can enjoy the Japanese atmosphere.
The old-fashioned streets are lined with restaurants and teahouses, and you can almost hear the sound of shamisen and taiko drums being played by geisha.
As you enter the back alley and pass through the bengara-lacquered teahouse buildings, you will come to a Kuragari-zaka slope where it is said that the teahouses were once frequented by husbandmen to avoid being seen.
After passing through the precincts of the shrine, you will come to the street of Shimo-shincho, where the writer Kyoka Izumi grew up.
The remains of the moat of Kanazawa Castle can be seen from Shinbashi bridge that spans the street.