What’s about Hana yome no ren
The “Hana yome no ren” is a sightseeing train that runs between Kanazawa and Wakura Onsen.
In Noto, Kaga, and Ecchu, which were the fiefdoms of the Kaga clan, there was a custom called “Hana-noren” (brides’ curtains), in which brides were given a curtain on their wedding day to wish for their happiness, and this custom continues to this day.
This sightseeing train is also named “Bride’s Goodwill” in the hope that it will bring happiness to those who board it.
The train stops at Kanazawa, Hakui, Nanao, and Wakura Onsen.
Four trains make two round trips per day, mainly on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays.
You can also dine at Hanenoren.
(*Meal tickets must be purchased in advance.)
The meals that can be ordered differ depending on what time the train departs.
If you want Whole Japan Rail Pass, first make a ticket reservation!
If you have a discount coupon, you can make a reservation and purchase tickets online at a discount price.
How to buy the ticket
All seats on JR West’s sightseeing train “Hanenoren” are reserved, so reservations are required to board.
Tickets for this sightseeing train can be purchased at JR West’s online reservation service “e5489”, JR East’s online reservation service “Ekinet”, “Midori-no madoguchi” at JR stations, and major travel agencies from 10:00 am on the same day one month before boarding.
Reservation status can be checked through JR West’s “e5489”.