Kurando Terashima's House
The former residence of Kurando Terashima – a middle-class samurai belonging to the Maeda clan – the house was constructed in the second half of the 18th century and offers a glimpse into the life and homes of the middle-class during the Edo Period. Kurando Terashimas was an influential official and accomplished painter, who held a prominent position in Kanazwa through his life (1777-1837). Since 1974 his former residence has been open to the public and preserved as an important cultural property. English-language pamphlets are available on-site.
09:30 to 17:00
Open daily (closed Dec.29-Jan.1)
From Kanazawa Station, take the Kanazawa Loop Bus (Right Loop) from bus stop #7 to the Hashiba-cho bus stop - 10 min / JPY200. The house is a short walk from the bus stop