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SAIK. A fresh take on traditional and contemporary design.
Each stylish suite offers comfort, a private bathroom, and a piece of Kanazawa history. Relax at SAIK Tea Lounge on the first floor, discover local favorites, explore historical sites, and taste the culture of Kanazawa. Located in a traditional teahouse district, SAIK offers the perfect starting point to discover this dynamic seaside city.


Something for everyone.
Each of our SAIK private suites captures the undeniable spirit of Kanazawa.

Individually designed, our rooms feature a private bathroom, traditional atmosphere, and a spacious place to relax. Whether you choose to stay in a room with western beds or futon-style bedding, every SAIK suite offers a chic, traditional Japanese design, and undeniable comfort. Rooms come with private ensuite bathrooms and complimentary WiFi, while an on-site washing machine and kitchen are available for your convenience.


A quaint seaside city brimming with a vibrant culture shaped by tradition, art, cuisine and a pristine landscape.
From the gardens to the preserved maiko and samurai districts, the museums to the food markets, and amongst the wealth of gems in Kanazawa, there is something for everyone to discover. Easily accessible by train from Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka, SAIK welcomes you to Kanazawa.


Across the street from SAIK is the Ninjadera Temple, Kanazawa’s most mysterious and elaborate temple that will leave you in wonder. Walk towards Nishi Chaya teahouse district to view traditional houses along the stone-cobbled path. Katamachi is a short 7 minute walk, the city’s exciting shopping and dining district where restaurants dot the Sai River and nightlife is rich.

Walk through the city to discover the Nagamachi Samurai Districts, or jump on the convenient Kanazawa city bus to visit Kenrokuen Garden, and 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art. SAIK is located in an ideal neighborhood, where you can explore everything from hidden gems to popular sightseeing attractions, and local favorites.