Opening of ‘Onsen & Garden Nanana’ on April 27

Onsen & Garden Nanana

NurturAsia will open ‘Onsen & Garden Nanana’ on April 27.

This accommodation facility was created by relocating and renovating a 200-year-old traditional farmhouse from Okuhida. After a pre-opening in November 2023, it was affected by the Noto Peninsula earthquake. The facility has continued activities such as providing hot springs for free to disaster victims and donating all sales from Ota Farm’s specially cultivated rice to earthquake victims.

The guest rooms consist of three types: Keyaki, Yamazakura, and Chestnut. The hot springs are all private open-air baths. The second floor showcases large beams that have been used for 200 years and can be used as a gallery, for group use, meeting spaces, or as a simple workspace. Meals respect food diversity, offering a menu that accommodates people of various ages, religions, and cultures, including those with allergies to specific ingredients.

Access is about an 8-minute walk from the Higashi-Araya bus stop, and about 30 minutes by car from the Kanazawa Morimoto Interchange (IC) on the Hokuriku Expressway.

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