The Grand Hall
The Grand Hall is a unique large room of 200 tatami mats that can never be reproduced today anywhere in Japan.
Tsurunoma, the Room of the Crane
Feel the sophistication of Kanazawa culture in this finely crafted room.
It is said that the former prime minister, Hirobumi Ito, was fascinated by this room.
Kiku-no-ma, the Room of Chrysanthemum
You can feel the atmosphere of the castle town of Kanazawa in this room.
This is the room in which the famous poet Basho held haiku gatherings.
This is the room in which Basho stayed for nine days.
Tea house Ze’an
This is the tea house in which Ze’an Kameda, a tea ceremony master, held tea parties.
This room is the oldest room in Tsubajin.
This room enables you to immerse yourself in the traditions of the Samurai world in the here and now.
Kiyoshi Yamashita, a famous Japanese artist, once created a collage here.
This is a room in which you can feel the true essence of Japan.