It is a scenic spot where you can overlook Wajima city in Ishikawa prefecture. The garden is managed and it is a beautiful spot. It is located on the highest peak of Okunoto, Mt. Koshu ([[PDEFINE ~ TFFS _ Aux2Finish]]).
※There are also facilities that can be paid by cash at the station
This is a rice terrace area situated in the northern part of the Noto peninsula. As there are numerous paddy fields, the area is also known as the "Senmaida" rice field. The beautiful landscape facing out to the Japan sea draws in many tourists and photographers.
This is a hidden bath house at the northernmost tip of Noto peninsula. The "Lamp House" bath house has a history of around 450 years with around 50 lamps inside, and has magical and romantic views of the Japanese sea from the bathing areas. ※Credit：石川県観光連盟
This is a temple of the Nichiren sect built in 1294 by Nichizo. At Hokuriku-honzan, visitors can also see the great cathedral of Noto district. During the Sengoku era(1467-1600), it flourished under the support of the Maeda Toshiie noble family. While the place is in a relatively hidden area, it has ten items of cultural importance such as the main hall, five-storied pagoda, Soshido hall (where a statue of the founder and buddha's teachings are kept) and Kyodo hall.
This is Japan's only beach which can be driven along, with a length of 8 kilometers, situated in the western region of Noto Peninsula. The area is becoming popular as a driving spot to view the sunset, and various marine sports can also be enjoyed here.
This is a secret onsen in Kurobe Valley, that is part of the local valley river and was visited by Emperor Showa as well as Yosano Akiko. The area is also a popular tourist spot to see the Kurobe Gorge railroad and view the spectacular landscape. The area is particularly popular in summer for the greenery and in autumn for the autumn leaf viewing.
This is one of the three Japanese gardens which was built by Maeda Tsunanori in 1676. Originating from the clan garden which was built at the outskirts of Kanazawa Castle by the Kaga clan, the park was named by Matsudaira Tadanobu who named it as such due to the six elements of spaciousness, tranquility, artifice, antiquity, water courses, and a magnificent view from the garden.The area also has been rated with 3 stars from the Michelin Tour guide, and is one of Japan's most splendid parks that can be enjoyed all year around due to the plum and cherry blossoms, autumn leaves and snow views.