Kanazawa Castle Park

Kanazawa Castle Park is a park on the castle’s ruins where Maeda Toshiie, a famous warlord of the Azuchi-Momoyama (1573-1603) period, lived. Due to repeated fires, the castle tower does not remain, but the beautiful restored gates and turrets can still be seen.

Admission to the park is free, but you need a combination ticket to enter the inside of the gates and turrets (except for some gates).

The entire castle has been extended, renovated, and restored several times, so stone walls from various periods remain, and the finely piled stone walls are famous.
The stonewalls are illuminated from sunset to 9 pm daily. 
Garden Light-Up

We recommend visiting this park with the neighboring Kenrokuen Garden.


1-1, Marunouchi, Kanazawa, 920-0937, Ishikawa


  • 5-min walk from the bus stop “Kenrokuen Garden/Kanazawa Castle Park”, “Hirosaka/21st Century Museum”
  • 7-min walk from the bus stop “Korinbo”


Open 365 days
*Some areas may be closed from December 29th to January 3rd.

Business hours

7 am – 6 pm [March 1st through October 15th]
8 am – 5 pm [October 16th through February 28th/29th]

*Hishi Yagura, Gojukken Nagaya and Hashizume-mon
9:00-16:30 (last entry 16:00)


A Combination ticket for Hishiyagura Turret, Gojukken Nagaya Warehouse, and Hashizume-mon Tsuzuki Yagura Turret

・Adults (18-64 years old): 320yen
・Children (6-17 years old): 100yen

*Cash payment only.
*Senior citizens over 65 can enter for free by showing passports at the entrance.

How to say in Japanese

Kanazawa Castle Park: 金沢城公園 (かなざわじょうこうえん/Kanazawa Jō Kōen)


Kanazawa Castle Park