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Nature/Sightseeing:Kaga/Hakusan Area

NOTO AREA

Noto, which has been designated a Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System, boasts many picturesque traditional agricultural villages as well as a dynamic natural environment featuring impressive cliffs and rocky shores.

KAGA/HAKUSAN AREA

Kaga is home to four famous hot spring resorts which date back to as early as 1300 years ago. Mt. Hakusan boasts a lush natural environment that is accented by beautiful gorges.

Katano Waterfowl Sanctuary

This wetland is registered under the "Convention on Wetlands of International Importance especially as Waterfowl Habitat". Visitors can observe wild waterfowls that fly down to spend the winter during fall, winter and early spring season.

Kakusenkei Gorge

Having Korogi-hashi Bridge and Kurotani-hashi Bridge on the 2 ends, this 1.3km long gorge brings out the seasonal beauty with its natural scenery.

Hakusan National ParkHakusan National Park Center:

This mountain park has Mt. Hakusan as its main peak 2,702m, where Mt. Hakusan is known for being one of the 3 most famous mountains in Japan along with Mt. Fuji and Mt. Tateyama.