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Q: I'm planning to take you around to Kanazawa city in Ishikawa prefecture.
There are a lot of places you should visit.
If you interested in Japanese culture, I recommend to visit the Kanazawa castle.
You can get into the building and learn how the people lived in Edo period.
I'm sure it will be a priceless experience in all of your life. sembra naturale?
A: This is how I view it.
There doesn't seem to be anything wrong with the first 2 sentences.

For the third sentence you could say…
If you are interested in Japanese culture, I would recommend the Kanazawa Castle (as a place to visit)

- You are correct that "to" is used before a verb, but using "recommend" usually can describe the action afterwards (a choice), with the correct context. (visiting)

Just like how the context can provide enough information, saying "…can get into the building and…" is not needed as it is understood that would be entering the area that you are visiting, and you could learn there. So…

You can learn about how the people lived in the Edo period.

The word "the". before Edo period is needed as the Edo period is specific (a point in time). Characteristics help define something that is significant to you, you wouldn't say "a World War 2" but "the World War 2". A tip would be to use "the" before names. (i.e. Places of travel, moments in time, etc.)

For
I'm sure it will be a priceless experience in all of your life,

the "in" in "in all your life" doesn't sound right. Life is a journey, so you don't say "in" the journey. You can say "during" or "throughout" your (entire) life as these words describe a process. Like…

I'm sure it will be a priceless experience throughout your entire life.
Q: I visited Kanazawa yesterday, it is for the first time in seven years ago. sembra naturale?
A: more natural:
I visited Kanazawa yesterday, for the first time in seven years.
Q: went to Kanazawa with my friends as my office trip two days trip. We made Japanese sweets.
We could make a good it after that we drank a cup of powdered tea with one. It was very delicious.
We ate a soft cream with gold leaf but I didn't feel taste of gold leaf.
sembra naturale?
A: ​‎you can say “ I went to Kanazawa with my friends as a two day office trip. We made Japanese sweets.
After that we drank a cup of powdered tea with one. It was very delicious.
We ate a soft cream with gold leaf but I didn't feel the taste of gold leaf.”
Q: I live in Kanazawa. It is located the center of Japan. And it is one of popular sightseeing spots of Japan.Especially,you can directly visit here from the capital city by bullet train. It takes around only 2hours 30minitues.
Kanazawa has a large garden which is called Kenrokuen. You can see beautiful cerry blossom in Spring, and trees that covered with snow in Winter. It in worth visiting and brilliant! sembra naturale?
A: I live in Kanazawa. It's located in the center of Japan. Kanazawa is one of the most popular sightseeing spots of Japan. You can directly visit there from the capital city by bullet train. It takes about 2 hrs and 30 minutes. Kanzawa has a large garden which is called," Kenrokuen ". You can see beautiful cherry blossoms in spring, and trees that are covered with snow in winter. It's worth visiting and it's brilliant!
Q: I'm Japanese and I'm live in Kanazawa. I've been learning English recently. sembra naturale?
A: Almost got it!

It should be "and I'm living in Kanazawa" OR "and I live in Kanazawa."

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