Weather in Kanazawa. Actual conditions and forecast

Map of wind conditions for Kanazawa area

Map of Kanazawa temperature forecast

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This temperature map is centered around Kanazawa. The map is real-time and interactive.

Rain forecast for Kanazawa area

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This precipitation forecast map is centered around Kanazawa. The map is also real-time and interactive.
More to see in Kanazawa
Kanazawa, the capital of Ishikawa Prefecture, is situated in the heart of the Japanese archipelago. The area where the city was built is between two rivers, namely, the Sai and Asano. Besides that, Kanazawa is situated on the coast of the Sea of Japan. It is hard to put into words how picturesque local nature is. It is virtually impossible to find another city in the world where ancient so peacefully coexists with modern. Miraculous old temples with their centuries-old history border with modern universities, colleges, and academies. Thanks to such a large choice of educational facilities, Kanazawa is often recognized as the intellectual center of Japan. The history of this region started more than five centuries ago. At that time, there was a religious group called Ikko that practiced Buddhism. Buddhist monks from this group were the first people who built a temple on the site of modern Kanazawa. They called it Kanazawa Gobo. In the 80s of the 16th century, the new settlement got a ruler – Maeda Toshiie. Coming from the Maeda samurai clan, Maeda Toshiie was an educated ruler with excellent management and organizational skills. He made Kanazawa a well-developed city with the blooming economy that was not inferior to such large Japanese cities as Kyoto and Tokyo. Taking into consideration all regions in Japan, Kanazawa occupies the fourth place in the list of the most developed cities in the country. The region almost didn’t suffer any damage from airplane … Read further

Kanazawa guide chapters

Kanazawa sightseeing

Do you want to visit the most mysterious building in Kanazawa? Include a visit to Myoruji Temple into your vacation plan in this case. At a glance, this is an ordinary Japanese building consisting of two floors with low ceilings. However, once you step inside you quickly realize that this is a true labyrinth. The temple has not two but four floors with twenty-three rooms, twenty-nine stairs, and an underground … Open

Climate in Japan and weather forecast - best seasons for visit

The next fairly large influx of tourists is usually recorded in Japan on the eve of New Year and Christmas holidays. Already from mid-December, major cities in Japan as well as small provinces, is embraced by the festive mood. In the northern part of the country, everything is covered with snow. In addition to this, during winter travelers often go to thermal springs which are located near Mount Fuji. There is a very unusual snow festival in Sapper in early February. As a rule, it lasts for 7 days. … Open

Atmosphere of Japan: politics

The main legislative body is the Japanese parliament. It has a bicameral structure. The upper house is called the “assembly of advisers”, and the lower chamber is called the “assembly of representatives”. The upper chamber is made up of more than 250 deputies. The service life of each official in parliament is 6 years. The lower house on the other hand, has more than 500 deputies, with about two hundred officials getting into office thanks to the proportional open voting system, which is held in 11 constituencies. Initially, bills are adopted in the so-called parliamentary committee. If the committee approves the bill, then the whole chamber will vote. If the bill was passed in the Lower House, then it is sent to the officials of the upper house to vote on. … Open

Weather in the region of Kanazawa

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