Kanazawa is the largest city in Japan’s Hokuriku region,
inheriting the tradition of Kaga Hyakumangoku (The land of a million harvests) reign.
Its history started with Kanazawa Mido built by a sect of Buddhists, Ikko-shu in 1546.
Feudal lord Maeda family’s reign saw the development of traditional cultures
such as crafts and performance arts.
Today, the town attracts people
with its history and tradition
as one of the best-known historical/cultural places in Japan.
Some appreciate it as a cultural city boasting Kanazawa Castle and Kenrokuen Garden,
some as a city of crafts such as Kaga Yuzen textile and Kutani pottery,
and some as a city of arts represented by Tsuzumi-mon Gate and 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa.
Not everyone sees the same landscape in Kanazawa.
Your character, sensibility, and sense of value define what you see.
This unique city has such depth and diversity.
Hotel Resol Trinity Kanazawa was born
with the mission to transmit such unique charm of Kanazawa
and to be the base for the inheritance of culture and further development of the city.
The hotel is located in a focal point of the city, at the entrance to various museums for crafts, art, etc., without mentioning the historical spots such as Nagamachi samurai houses and the Street of Higashi-chaya (eastern teahouses).
The hotel is decorated with the KANAZAWA art by Ms. Mio Imae,
a former hotel staff and now an artist of Kutani pottery.
With a short walk from the hotel,
you can experience pottery paintings in “Kobo Hyon-no-Ki” (Hyon-tree workshop)
in a 150-year-old samurai house.
Hotel Trinity Kanazawa offers a connection
to tradition and culture you cannot find elsewhere.
Experience the great moments filled with the sparkle of Kaga Hyakumangoku
staying at Hotel Resol Trinity Kanazawa.