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Itinerary ideas
for your trip in Ishikawa

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Other attractive spots not included in the itineraries.

Wajima Lacquerware Workshop Tour /Wajima Lacquerware-Making Experience

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See for yourself how Wajima-nuri lacquerware, one of Ishikawa Prefecture's world-class traditional crafts, is produced. You can even try your hand at chinkin and makie decorative techniques.
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Sake Brewery Tour

  • sightseeing

Ishikawa Prefecture has all the right conditions for brewing outstanding sake: pure water, a cold climate, and bountiful rice harvests. Visit sake breweries to learn about the brewing process and enjoy a tasting.
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D.T. Suzuki Museum

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This facility was founded to foster a deeper understanding of Daisetz Suzuki, the Kanazawa-born Buddhist philosopher known to the world as D.T. Suzuki, by conveying his ideas and achievements broadly to people in Japan and around the world. More than just a place for appreciating objects, this is also a place where visitors are free to engage in self-reflection.
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Local Cuisine Cooking Class

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Learn about the traditional food culture of Ishikawa Prefecture by experiencing how to prepare jibuni, a duck stew that has long been a regional specialty.
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Nata-dera Temple

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This Shingon sect Buddhist temple founded in 717 is included in the Michelin Green Guide Japan, which awarded it one star.
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Kutaniyaki Art Museum

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Learn about the 360-year history of Kutani-yaki ceramics, an internationally renowned traditional craft born in Kaga, at this museum dedicated to the subject.
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Itinerary ideas for your trip in Ishikawa

  • * Provided by D.T. Suzuki Museum.

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