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Beyond Tokyo
Itinerary ideas
for your trip in Ishikawa

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Other attractive spots not included in the itineraries.

To prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), various facilities in Ishikawa may change their operating days or hours. Also, some events may be canceled or postponed. Please check the official websites for the latest information as well as their safety and hygiene measures.

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

  • sightseeing

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.

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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