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How to get to Kanazawa


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Get a JR Japan Rail Pass before leaving for Japan; this lets you use the trains as much as you want! It’s a great deal, and you can even take Shinkansen bullet trains for 29,110 yen (7 days), 46,390 yen (14 days) or 59,350 yen (21days)! It’s much more practical for going shorter distances, and is an excellent way to explore the many sights in Hokuriku!
* Be aware that some bullet trains (such as "Nozomi") cannot be boarded with the pass. Please check the official site for details!

Japan Rail Pass Types and Prices

  Green Ordinary
Type Adult Child Adult Child
7 days 38,880 yen 19,440 yen 29,110 yen 14,550 yen
14 days 62,950 yen 31,470 yen 46,390 yen 23,190 yen
21 days 81,870 yen 40,930 yen 59,350 yen 29,670 yen
*Updated May 2015


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Komatsu Airport has 22 round flights a day, connecting 10 cities including Seoul, Shanghai, and Taipei.
There is also Noto Airport in northern Ishikawa, which has two round flights to Haneda on a daily basis.


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Highway express buses are popular and affordable! Many of them have online reservation sites, so it’s very easy to book a trip!

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