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Seisonkaku Villa

Designated as a National's Important Cultural Asset, the Seisonkaku Villa was built by the 13th lord of the Kaga Clan, Narinaga Maeda, in 1863 (Bunkyu 3) at the corner of Kenrokuen Garden. Constructed for Lord Narinaga's mother, Shinryuin, the Villa is a 2-story building with wooden roofs, where the first floor was constructed in the Shoin style, and the second floor in the Sukiya style. The garden with beautiful colors and nature surrounding the Villa is also designated as one of the national attraction spots.


1-2 Kenroku-machi, Kanazawa-shi






Adult - 700 JPY, Junior High & High School Students: 300 JPY Children under 12 - 250 JPY


09:00-17:00 (Entry Open till 16:30)


Wednesdays (Closed on Thursdays if Wednesday happens to be a National Holiday); 12/29 - 01/02


JR Kanazawa Stn./Bus/Dewa-machi (Kokuritsu Byo-in) Stop/2 min. walk(one can also enter from Kenrokuen Garden)



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