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Title Let's enjoy Kanazawa that is well prepared for winter   Date.   2011-11-14

It often snows in Kanazawa from December to February, and the snow is especially wet and heavy. Necessary preparation is underway to protect trees and the town from the heavy snow.

In Kenrokuen garden, in order to prevent the branches of trees from breaking, yukitsuri (literally, snow hanging) tree supports by straw ropes have been erected since 1st November. It is yearly done not only in Kenrokuen garden but in many other gardens and spots in the city which make the most brilliant winter scenes.

In Naga-machi Buke Yashiki district, in order to protect the mud walls from the snow, straw mats called komo are used to cover them. This is to prevent the damage of the wall caused by freezing of water on the wall, and also the damage caused by peeling off the mud from the surface of the wall owing to the snow stuck on it at the time of spring thaw.

Both yukitsuri and komo will be maintained until the end of March creating a romantic atmosphere. Please enjoy these typical winter views of Kanazawa.

 

  For further information of the above tourist spots, link the following websites.

  http://www.kanazawa-tourism.com/eng/guide/guide1_1.php 

  http://www.kanazawa-tourism.com/eng/guide/guide1_2.php?no=3

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