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Shiroyone Senmaida Rice Terraces

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A total of 1,000 rice fields spread out in steps on the steep slope facing the Sea of Japan. You can learn the wisdom of the people of Noto who live by making the best use of the local environment. You can enjoy this area in any season. For example, in Spring the waters of the flooded rice paddies reflect their surroundings like a mirror, and in Summer there is a beautiful contrast between the green rice swaying in the wind, the blue sky and the sea.

More Information about Shiroyone Senmaida Rice Terraces

Street address

99-5 Ha-bu, Shiroyonemachi, Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture

Access

Route1

  • Around 2 hours 30 minutes on the Wajima Express Bus from Kanazawa Station. Get off and change buses at Wajima-eki-mae Bus Stop. Take the Machino Line local bus and get off at Shiroyone Senmaida Bus Stop.

Route2

  • Around 2 hours 30 minutes on the Wajima Express Bus from Kanazawa Station. Get off and change buses at Wajima-eki-mae Bus Stop. Travel the 8km with an electrically assisted rental bicycle. Takes around 30 minutes.

Opening Hours

Open all year round

Closed

Open all year round

Website

https://www.ishikawatravel.jp/en/spots/senmaida-rice-terraces/

Best season

All year

Point

・The view from Wajima station to Senmaida is also recommended because it offers a panoramic view of the Sea of Japan. On a clear day, you can also see Nanatsujima, which is a group of seven islands.
・There is also a rice field ownership program for maintaining the farming of Shiroyone Senmaida and having exchange opportunities with owner members and local farmers. *Ownership program: Through this program, people can rent abandoned rice fields and engage in farming as an owner of the fields.

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