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TRIP WITH RAIN

TRIP WITH RAIN

Umbrellas for loan throughout Kanazawa
No need to panic even in sudden rain

Kanazawa is so prone to rain that there is an old proverb that says, “It's fine to forget your lunch, but don't forget your umbrella.” For those of us unaccustomed to frequent rain though, an umbrella is easy to forget, especially when we are traveling. A reliable solution is Kanazawa's Umbrella Loan Project. Tourist information centers, participating stores, and Machi-bus vehicles keep a stock of umbrellas ready for anyone to borrow and return at any location. Here, let's look at several spots that are also perfect destinations for shopping and taking a break.

Umbrella Loan Location 1

Kutaniyaki Ceramics Moroeya

Kutaniyaki Ceramics Moroeya
Moroeya, specializing in Kutani ware in the downtown area of Katamachi, was founded in 1862. The first floor offers a broad range of Kutaniyaki dishes, decorative plates, and vases. The basement carries other Japanese porcelain such as Arita ware, Seto ware, and Kiyomizu ware. And the second-floor gallery displays and sells the works of celebrated artists such as the late Tokuda Yasokichi III, designated a Living National Treasure.
Kutaniyaki Ceramics Moroeya
Hours9:00–20:00
ClosedWednesdays
URLhttp://www.moroeya.com/

Kutaniyaki Ceramics Moroeya

Umbrella Loan Location 2

Nodaya Tea Store

Nodaya Tea Store
Nodaya is a prestigious merchant of tea, founded in 1859 in the height of Kanazawa's rich tea ceremony culture. The store's highlight is Kaga Bocha, or twig tea, also known affectionately as “Kanazawa tea.” And the in-store Japanese-style cafe also serves sweets like fragrant hojicha powder parfait and matcha-based affogato. As long as you're borrowing an umbrella, why not take shelter from the rain over delicious Japanese tea and sweets?
Nodaya Tea Store
Hours9:30–19:00
ClosedNew Year's holidays
URLhttps://www.nodayatea.jp/

Nodaya Tea Store

Umbrella Loan Location 3

Wagashi Murakami Jikkenmachi

Wagashi Murakami Jikkenmachi
Wagashi Murakami is a prestigious retailer of Japanese confectionery, based in Kanazawa and with branches also in the Kanto and Kansai regions. Situated near the Omicho-ichiba Market, the Jikkenmachi branch serves delectable sweets along with the view of the traditional storehouse, teahouse, and garden. This is also an ideal place to pick up souvenirs, as Murakami's sweets look as exquisite as they taste.
Wagashi Murakami Jikkenmachi
Hours9:00–17:30
ClosedJanuary 1–3
URLhttps://www.wagashi-murakami.com/

Wagashi Murakami Jikkenmachi

Umbrella Loan Location 4

Hayashi Confectionery

Hayashi Confectionery
Hayashi, founded in 1917, stands at the entrance to the Chaya District of Kazuemachi. Each piece of wagashi confectionery is handmade and reasonably priced, so it's a good idea to try a few. The seasonal sweets are enormously popular with regulars, and offer tourists the chance to appreciate the beauty of the season through the palate.
Hayashi Confectionery
Hours9:00–18:00
ClosedSundays

Hayashi Confectionery

Umbrella Loan Locations

  • 1Tourist Information Center Kanazawa Station
  • 2Higashi Chaya Kyukeikan Rest House
  • 3Hayashi Confectionery
  • 4Owaricho Shinise Koryukan Hall
  • 5Wagashi Murakami Jikkenmachi
  • 6Nagamachi Buke Yashiki Kyukeikan Rest House
  • 7Kutaniyaki Ceramics Moroeya
  • 8Machi-bus
  • 9Nodaya Tea Store
  • 10Nishi Chaya Parking Lot
  • 11Yamato Transport Kanazawa Korinbo Center
  • 12Kanazawa Manten Hotel Ekimae
  • 13Kanazawa Castle Park (Ninomaru Information Center)
  • 14Toyoko Inn Kanazawa Kenrokuen Korinbo
  • 15Toyoko Inn Kanazawa-eki Higashi-guchi
  • 16Zenrin Cafe
  • 17Ishikawa Prefectural Shiinoki Cultural Complex

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