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Please come to Ikumo by your own car, rental car, or taxi. Alternatively, you can take the JR train and bus to Natadera Temple.
We offer a shuttle service between Ikumo and Natadera Temple. Please contact us if you would like us to pick you up and drop you off.
- From Osaka (via the Meishin and Hokuriku expressways) approx. 4 hrs.
- From Nagoya (via the Tomei and Hokuriku expressways) approx. 3 hrs.
- From the Katayamazu exit on the Hokuriku expressway approx 1 hr.
- From the Kaga exit on the Hokuriku expressway approx 1 hr.
For guests using the JR Hokuriku Main Line Limited Express train, please alight at Kaga Onsen Station or Komatsu Station, transfer to a regular train, and alight at Awazu Station. From there, please take a Komatsu bus to Natadera Temple. Alternatively, you can alight at Kaga Onsen Station and take the CANBUS to Natadera Temple.
We offer a shuttle service between Ikumo and Natadera Temple. Please let us know if you require this service when placing a reservation.
- From Osaka and Nagoya (disembarking at Kagaonsen train station and using a taxi) approx. 3 hrs.
- From Tokyo (disembarking at Komatsu train station and using a taxi) approx. 3 hrs.
* We are easily accessible by car, rental car, taxis, and so on. A shuttle service from Nata Temple to our location is also available upon request. Please contact us for more details.
［Main Access Points］
- From Kanazawa Station approx.1 hr 20 min.
- From Komatsu Station 50 min.
- From Kagaonsen Station 45 min.
- From Komatsu Airport approx. 60 min.
- From the Komatsu exit or the Kaga exit on the Hokuriku Expressway 60 min.
- From Nata Temple (Nata temple is 25 minutes from Kaga-Onsen train station 15 min.
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Kakusenkei is located in Yamanaka hot spring, Kaga. It is famous for its connection with the haiku poet, Basho Matsuo.
Kasa no misaki is a bluff headland shaped from erosion by waves. There are some big and small islands around its peak that can be traversed using boardwalks.
Kibagata Park is an untouched park inhabited by many wild birds and water plants. It has a beautiful natural riverside view.
This museum celebrates the work and life of Ukichiro Nakaya, a scientist who completed internationally acclaimed studies of snow crystals and artificial snow.
Yunokuni no mori offers the chance to walk and enjoy nature while being exposed to traditional Japanese culture and art. You can try out many different Japanese traditional handicrafts.