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Meetings & Events
Ishikawa’s rich history informs and influences its modern culture. A wealth of sightseeing spots, unforgettable experiences, unique venues, and natural beauty make the area ideal for bonding and networking. Strengthen your event with Ishikawa’s convenient transport links and wide range of accommodation options.
Add beauty, cultural appeal, and inspiration to your reception with one of these locations as the backdrop.
Kanazawa Castle Park
This sprawling green space in the heart of the city is surrounded by original castle walls. Some castle buildings have been faithfully reconstructed using original building methods, and the turrets offer sweeping views over Kanazawa. These architectural surroundings lend a uniquely Ishikawa touch to an event.
Keta Taisha Shrine
Keta Taisha Shrine is believed to have existed for over 2,000 years. Structures standing today include the shinmon gate, built in 1584, and the haiden worship hall from 1654. Learn about Japan’s deep reverence for nature through the Shinto rituals that are performed here. Candlelight and projection mapping are possible for private events.
Motorcar Museum of Japan
Over 500 Japanese and international cars are on display at the Motorcar Museum of Japan. The collection includes cars from the 1900s to the 1970s and ranges from one-of-a-kind customs to everyday, mass-produced models. The museum is the largest of its kind in Japan, with an exhibition space of over 10,000 square meters. It is an ideal venue for car enthusiasts and automobile-related events.
Experiences & Programs
Engage with Ishikawa’s deep-rooted culture and traditional crafts through group-friendly, hands-on experiences. These memorable, enriching programs promote bonding and camaraderie among participants. There are options spanning all interests, from meditation and tea ceremony to cooking and drumming.
Ishikawa’s diverse accommodation options range from large, modern hotels to family-run, Japanese-style ryokan inns. Kanazawa and other hubs have comfortable city hotels to accommodate large events, while a stay in a charming hot-spring village is recommended for premium incentive tours. Head to the Noto and Kaga areas for rural charm, traditional hospitality, and farm-to-table cuisine.