Being enveloped by the rich nature and kindness of people、The making of memory that is wonderful on a trip to Noto
Noto Wajima Guide
Wajima-city with much charm. Our inn,It is located near the liner platform to Hegurajima which is famous for a morning market street and bird watching. There may be new discovery just to take a walk through an area by way of a walk.
Shiroyone Senmaida (A Thousand Rice Paddies in Shiroyone) is the rice terraces located in Shiroyone town, Wajima City of Ishikawa Prefecture. The scenery of 1,004 small rice paddies on steep slopes along the seaside is splendid, and thus famous among the many other rice terraces in Japan. Shiroyone Senmaida was selected as one of "Japan's Top 100 Terraced Rice Paddies" and nationally designated a "Special Place of Scenic Beauty". In June 2011, it was also registered to Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS).
The morning market in Wajima is said to have a long history dating back to the Heian period (794-1192). There is a bounty of fresh and delicious seafood, vegetables, and fruits, as well as flowers, dried fish, and folk crafts. Visited by over a million tourists per year, this market has become a big feature of Noto. It is open from 8 a.m. to noon, every day except on the 2nd, 4th Wednesday of each month and January 1-3.
Wajima kiriko Museum
This museum was reopened in March of 2015, after relocating to Marine Town from its previous location in Tsukada Town, Wajima City. The interior recreates the magical atmosphere of the Kiriko festivals, with traditional festival music and beautiful Kiriko lanterns.
Wajima koubo nagaya
The facilities which can have various experiences about the Wajima lacquering technique that Wajima studio tenement house is a traditional industrial art object of Ishikawa. The building reproduces the tenement house where craftsmen of the Wajima lacquering technique actually lived in in old days and establishes five studios.
Wajima Nuri Museum
Wajima-nuri is widely accepted as the pinnacle of achievement in terms of lacquer art that has developed in the natural environment of Japan. The traditional heart of Japan is expressed through the tirelessly accumulated techniques of the craftsmen that produce the lacquer art. Both durable and exquisite, it has timelessly expressed the elegance of the soul of Japan. In the museum there are both valuable works on display of the master craftsmen of the past and contemporary pieces that will convince the observer of their unparalleled beauty and technique.
The origin of Gojinjyo Taiko dates back to 1576,when it is reputed to have saved the villege of Nafune on the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture from an offencive launched by the well-known war lord,Kenshin Uesugi, to invade the interior region of Noto. In courageous attempt to defend their native land,the villagers penetrated the Uesugi ranks under cover of darkness,wearing masks of bark and with seaweed on their heads to give the appearance of tangled long hair.
A footbath flowing constantly from the source where the interchange with the local person is fun.The luxurious footbath flowing constantly from the source using the source of Wajima Onsen that is assigned to the inns in Wajima-shi.
Wajima dorama Memorial
"The Wajima drama memorial" reproduces a set of "mare" the morning continuation TV program which I did on the stage of Wajima-shi.
Noto is famous for a vibrant food culture based on seafood and mountain vegetables as well as for a variety of traditional arts and crafts that flourish even today, such as Wajima lacquerware and Nanao Buddhist altars.
The samurai culture from the feudal era remains in Kanazawa even today through traditional performing arts like the elegant and refined Noh music and dancing and also through high-quality and stylish traditional arts and crafts.