Higashi Chaya District

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The Higashi Chaya District (ひがし茶屋街) is a traditional teahouse district east of Kanazawa Station which known for its geisha performances. Comprising song and dance, these were a historical fixture at the local chaya teahouses since the Edo Period. This eastern district is just one of three in Kanazawa—alongside Nishi Chayagai and Kazuemachi—but Higashi is by far the largest and most well-known.

信息

地址

1-13 Higashiyama, Kanazawa, Ishikawa 920-0831 (路线)

营业时间

24小时开放 现正开放

开放时间

星期一 24小时开放
星期二 24小时开放
星期三 24小时开放
星期四 24小时开放
星期五 24小时开放
星期六 24小时开放
星期天 24小时开放
假期 24小时开放

Internet

  • 免费Wi-Fi

备品

  • Souvenir shop
  • Combini

Facilities

  • Cafe

交通方式

Ten minutes from Kanazawa Station via the Kanazawa Loop Bus (Right Loop). Alight at Hashibacho (Koban-mae), RL5, before a brisk 5 minute walk.

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