KANAZAWA SAINONIWA HOTEL has been certified as a Kanazawa SDGs tourism promotion business operator in a total of 8 indicators; Indicator 1 “Take care of the resources in the Earth”, Indicator 2 “Go beyond barriers and promote partnerships”, Indicator 3 “Respect the local community and nature”, Indicator 4 “Create a comfortable town”, Indicator 5 “Create a rewarding work environment”, Indicator 6 “Protect local culture and economy”, Indicator 7 “Challenge new possibilities”, Indicator 8 “Introduce the appeal of the region and the contribution of tourism for Kanazawa”.
Its particularly unique efforts that contribute to the promotion of sustainable tourism are introduced below.
Canned water is provided instead of plastic bottled water, and water servers are installed. The amenities in rooms are also made of plastic-saving products, and the packing materials are made of paper.
“KANAZAWA SAINONIWA HOTEL” has engaged in conservation activities for the Onosho canal on its premises. It has joined the ‘Ishikawa Our Town Adopt System’ and is involved in cleanup and decorative flower activities in the area around the hotel. In addition, “KANAZAWA SAINONIWA HOTEL” has joined the ‘Clean Beach Ishikawa’ and participates in coastal cleanup and beautification activities.
Guest rooms are equipped with universal design. In addition, the public spaces in the hotel are thoroughly barrier-free, and spaces such as multi-purpose toilets for wheelchair users are provided so that guests do not feel stressed.
Internal study sessions have been held to acquire knowledge and to understand the needs of people with disabilities.
In order to support LGBTQ, the room wear for men and women are standardized without color-coding.
Items and meals made in the region have been actively incorporated, and traditional local cuisine and dishes using locally produced ingredients have been offered. In addition, the charm of locally produced ingredients is described on posters and is conveyed when serving customers.
“KANAZAWA SAINONIWA HOTEL” contributes to the activities of young artists by regularly purchasing artworks from Utatsuyama Kogei Kobo and exhibiting and selling them.