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Shoot video in Ishikawa
Ishikawa is a place where you can feel the wisdom, culture, and wonders of nature that have been built by the ancestors. The appeal of each region is the stage for a variety of video shootings.
Shiroyone no Senmaida
"Shiroyone no Senmaida" is a terraced rice terrace that spreads spectacularly from the foot of Mt. Takasu on the Noto Peninsula to the sea. Its size is about 1.2 hectares, which is equivalent to 12,100 tsubo in terms of tsubo.
As the name implies, 1,000 rice fields overlap in a geometric pattern.
Increasingly, the wisdom of the predecessor, who thought that he could harvest as much rice as possible in limited land. Rice terraces are planted and harvested every year by local people and volunteers.
The Sea of Japan extends beyond Senmaida, and on a sunny day you can enjoy the magnificent view of the rice fields and the blueness of the sea. You can visit it anytime of the year, but the recommended season is from April to September, from rice planting to harvest. In addition, an illumination “Azeno Kirameki” is held every October to color the Senmaida with about 20,000 LED lights, so that you can enjoy it even after the harvest.
Higashi Chaya Gai
Kanazawa is a place where Japanese traditional culture flourished as the "Kaga Hyakumangoku Castle Town" under the Maeda family, who served as the successive lords of the Kaga clan in the Edo period. Among them, Higashi Chaya Gai is a must-try if you enjoy the taste of the castle town.
There is a townhouse called "Degoshi" where the lattice protrudes from the outer wall. There is also a rice shop that sells soba and sushi, so it is recommended to visit during lunchtime. By the way, eating is prohibited.
On the main street, about 100 meters away, there are shops selling miscellaneous goods and traditional crafts, as well as a teahouse where Geiko is enrolled. At nightfall, you may hear the sound of the shamisen played by Geiko.
Since it was selected as a national preservation area for important traditional buildings in 2001, efforts to preserve its beautiful streets have been continued.
Kenrokuen is a must-visit destination when visiting Kanazawa. Along with Korakuen Garden in Okayama City and Kairakuen Garden in Mito City, it is a scenic spot called "The Three Great Gardens of Japan".
There are plenty of gardens studded with various creativity, including Japan's oldest fountain.
Lighting up at night as well as during the bright days is worth a look. In addition to the beauty of spring fresh greenery, the snowy scenery of winter is also beautiful, and it is attractive that you can enjoy time and seasons.
Wajima City is the core city of northern Ishikawa Prefecture on the Noto Peninsula. Although it is a town along the sea facing the Sea of Japan, it is a place surrounded by mountains and rich in undulating nature.
Wajima Port boasts the highest landing spot in the prefecture and has become a popular tourist attraction including the morning.
Wajima City is also famous as a location for the NHK TV series "Mare". The fishing village to which the hero Tsumura Nozomi and his family emigrated is in Tonoura Village, around Osawa Town in Wajima City.
In addition, the vicinity of Osawa-cho is also called "Magaki no Sato". "Magaki" is a traditional thing unique to Oku Noto made of bamboo and reeds to prevent strong winds and waves blowing from the Sea of Japan in winter. The unique scenery gives fresh people a fresh feeling.
Wajima lacquerware is also famous. With the opening of the Hokuriku Shinkansen, the number of tourists has increased and it is a spot that is becoming even more exciting.
One of the three major sanctuaries in Japan on the Noto Peninsula is the “Cape of the Sanctuary”. Officially named "Suzumisaki", this land is a popular scenic spot as a power spot.
The current of the earth, the ocean current from the south (Tsushima warm current), and the ocean current from the north (Liman cold current) gather and intersect in a wavy manner, making it a place where natural power is concentrated. It is also said to be a rare terrain in the world, and there is an anecdote that the water drawn near the sanctuary cape does not rot even after 100 years.