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Flight from Manila (MNL) to Komatsu (KMQ)

Flight from Manila (MNL) to Komatsu (KMQ)

Komatsu City is located southwest of Ishikawa prefecture. It is bordered by the Sea of Japan along the northwestern coast, and the sacred Mt. Hakusan, which lies to the east. These natural resources have shaped the local history and culture of Komatsu city. Under the rule of Lord Maeda Toshitsune, workers were brought into the city to help with the economic development of the city. The plan was successful, and Komatsu City continues to inherit the spirit of manufacturing and creativity today. Komatsu city is also a prime destination for cherry blossom viewing.

Best time to fly from Manila to Komatsu

The off-peak season for tourism is around December to April and July to August because of heavy rains and snows. Those visiting the city during these months are advised to pack warm clothes and an umbrella or a raincoat. Peak tourist season in Komatsu is March, followed by May and October. Travellers should do the necessary research and plan their trip properly as prices for hotels and flights during the peak season can skyrocket at these times. However, the best time to visit Komatsu is around September to November because the weather in Komatsu will have stabilized and the entire country will go through a dry season, resulting in clear skies and refreshing breeze.

Main airports available in Manila and Komatsu

Ninoy Aquino International Airport - The Ninoy Aquino International Airport is an international airport serving the Manila and surrounding city. It is also known as NAIA by locals. The airport is located along the border between the cities of Pasay and Parañaque. The nearest town to the airport, which is in the south of Manila and southwest of Makati, is located around 7 kilometres. The airlines that operate in this airport is AirAsia Philippines, Cebgo, Cebu Pacific, PAL Express, and Philippine Airlines. There are four different terminals at this airport, and it houses many interesting shops and eateries within the airport so you can shop or dine in while waiting for the plane to arrive or depart. It is easy to reach the airport as there are many types of transportation available in Ninoy Aquino International Airport for visitors.

Komatsu Airport - Komatsu Airport or usually known as Komatsu Airbase is the main airport in the Hokuriku Region and an international airport located 4.2 kilometres west southwest of Komatsu Station in the city of Komatsu, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. The Komatsu Airport is the largest in the Hokuriku Region and serves the southern portion of Ishikawa Prefecture including the capital of Kanazawa as well as Fukui and the northern portion of Fukui Prefecture. Komatsu Airport has two terminals where one is known as the main airport for serving domestic and international flights, and another is known as the international cargo terminal known as Hokuriku International Air Cargo Terminal. To go in and out of the airport is easy because there are many types of transportation available in Komatsu Airport for visitors.

Climate pattern in Manila and Komatsu

Komatsu has an extremely diverse climate that follows the four seasons. The city will experience mild summers and cold winters with heavy snowfall. The average annual temperature in Komatsu is 14.3°C with an average annual rainfall of about 2521 mm with September as the wettest month. The temperatures are highest on average in August, at around 26.8°C, and lowest in January, at approximately 2.9 °C. If you’re looking for pleasant temperature and limited or little rainfall, then the best time to visit Komatsu in Japan is from June until September. The highest average temperature in Komatsu at this time is 25°C. This is the perfect climate for a sun vacation and while winter is a great time for outdoor winter sports.

Highlights in Komatsu

  • Kenrokuen Garden – This park is located in the centre of Kanazawa and is one of the "three famous gardens" in Japan alongside the Mito Ayutthaya and Okayama Korakuen. It is a garden filled with the beauty of the four seasons and is popular with the locals of Ishikawa Prefecture. It has also caught the attention of tourists from all over the world. Kenrokuen means "Garden of the Six Sublimities", which refers to spaciousness, seclusion, artificiality, antiquity, abundant water, and broad views. According to Chinese landscape theory, these characteristics are the six essential attributes that make up a perfect garden.
  • Ninjadera (Ninja Temple) - Myoryuji Temple was built by the Maeda lords, rulers over the region during the Edo Period. Despite not having any association with ninjas, the temple is also commonly known as Ninjadera (Ninja Temple) due to its many deceptive defences. Myoryuji was originally designed to evade restrictions and was secretly used as a military outpost. It was built with considerable defences and escape routes so that in the event of an attack its defenders could quickly alert the castle. The temple's defences protected its dwellers against intruders or attack using a variety of techniques including hidden tunnels, secret rooms, traps, and a labyrinth of corridors and staircases.
  • Higashi Chaya District – This district boasts of some of the best teahouses in Japan. A chaya, Japanese term for teahouse is an exclusive type of restaurant where guests will be serenaded with song and dance by a geisha. During the Edo Period, chaya was usually located in designated entertainment districts, just outside the city borders. There are three well-preserved chaya districts in Kanazawa: Higashi Chayagai (Eastern Chaya District), Nishi Chayagai (Western Chaya District) and Kazuemachi. The Higashi Chaya District is the largest and by far the most interesting out of the three districts in Kanazawa. Two chayas are open to the public: the Shima Teahouse and Kaikaro Teahouse. Visitors can also find other buildings along the central street, such as house cafes and shops. Visitors should look for gold leaf products, a speciality of Kanazawa sold in Hakuza, one of the shops here. Here you will find a display of a tea ceremony room that is completely covered in gold leaf.

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