Kanazawa's traditional beauty
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The building has a calm brown color and the front windows are fitted with lattices, a traditional Kanazawa architectural feature.
The atmosphere of the building was designed to blend in with the landscape lined with townhouses.
Stone pavement paved from the front entrance and a passageway welcomes visitors with a Kumiko craftwork made of approximately 8,000 pieces of "En-duke Kinpaku" a manufacturing technique registered as an intangible cultural heritage by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
The front desk is decorated with calligraphy by calligrapher Setsuhi Shiraishi.
The rooms are decorated in Kaga Gosai (Deep red, Indigo, Ochre, dark green, reddish-purple), giving the rooms a luxurious Kanazawa feel.
In addition, a portion of the hotel uses trees grown in Ishikawa Prefecture in order to prevent the development of under-managed planted forests and to maintain and promote the forest's public benefit functions.
This is the first three-story wooden hotel in the prefecture to use noncombustible wood on the exterior to blend in with the surrounding landscape, despite fire regulations.