Kenrokuen Garden Kanazawa with

Kanazawa Travel with Baby

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The 2nd leg of our 10-day Japan trip -Kanazawa.

Just for recap: 10- Day Japan Itinerary

Day 1-4: Kyoto Trip and Nara trip

Day 4-6: Kanazawa Trip

Day 6-8: Tokyo Trip

Day 8-10: Osaka Trip

We took Thunderbird express from Kyoto Station. This was covered in our unlimited JR pass. It took us 2 hours and 40 minutes to reach Kanazawa.

Summer comfortably slept for almost 2 hours in the train. I enjoyed watching the view and I listened to a lot of music while the hubby busy studying (masters student on board).

Kanazawa is the capital city of Ishikawa prefecture. The only reason we came here was my cousin Jen and her husband invited us here. We were only here for 2 nights and we had a great time catching up with my cousin. We stayed in their place which was nice. At least we are able to experience how to be a local here.


We reached Kanazawa Station and waited for my cousin and his hubby.

Kenrokuen Garden Kanazawa with
Team Uy in Kenrokuen Garden – Kanazawa

Kanazawa is home of the famous enchanting Kenrokuen Garden. Kenrokuen Garden is one of the three most beautiful garden in Japan. It’s too bad we were here during summer because they said this is beautiful during spring and autumn.

Kanazawa castle Japan with baby
Kanazawa Castle

Our baby got hungry so there she was, drinking her juice and eating biscuit.

Want impressed me here was that how beautiful and neat is the landscape. It was so quiet and serene here. Japanese was known for their gardens incorporated to water.


This green tea ice cream was so beautiful and precious as they embellished it with gold flakes as you can see. It took me few minutes before I eat it as it was just so pretty.

Kanazawa with baby


Next stop. Tokyo! See you there❤️😎

Though being with a toddler in all my trips are challenging, it is possible and it can be done. The the joy they can bring is just immeasurable .

The benefits of bringing your child to nature trip are amazing! These books motivates me a lot when it comes to the importance of outdoor play and open-air learning :


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