The remains of the Nomura family are also open to public. The family successively held executive posts from generation to generation under rule of the Maeda family. The house has a coffered ceiling totally made of Japanese cypress and fusuma-e (paintings on sliding-door panels) created by the Maeda family's personal painter. The garden inside the residence has a Japanese bayberry over 400 years old and a meandering stream surrounded by ancient and strangely shaped rocks.
1-3-32 Naga-machi, Kanazawa
8:30 am to 5:30 pm (until 4:30 pm from October to March)
Dec. 26 - 27, Jan. 1 - 2
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