Sightseeing Model Course
Because it comprises a coastal area with a vibrant fishing community and scenic spots, as well as an inland area with farm culture, Noto Town has the characteristics of both satoumi and satoyama. The Mawaki Ruins, where ancient remains of the Jomon period (14,500 BC to about 300 BC) have been excavated, are a must-see.
Drive along the coastline of
Please enjoy the beautiful coastal scenery, and learn about the history of the area through the remains of the Jomon period.
This old temple constructed in the Heian period features beautiful seasonal flowers. Its 4,000 hydrangea are particularly well-known.
Koiji Fire Festival is held on this beach, which is located on the beautiful, tranquil inner coastline of the Noto Peninsula.
This is one of the biggest ruins of the Jomon period, where various items had been excavated. National important cultural properties are on exhibit in the Jomon-kan Museum.
Matsunami Doll Kiriko Festival(doll workmanship contest)
Enjoy the festival, and if you have time, why not travel a little further to Koiji Beach and Mawaki Ruins?
Access from Tokyo
- Hokuriku Shinkansen (Kanazawa) ▶ JR Nanao line ▶ Anamizu (Noto Railway) ▶ Rental car ▶ Noto town
- Hokuriku Shinkansen (Kanazawa) ▶ Rental car ▶ Noto town
- Noto Satoyama Airport ▶ Furusato taxi ▶ Noto town
- Noto Satoyama Airport ▶ Rental car ▶ Noto town
- Public Accommodation“Iiyado Ishikawa” (Accommodation guide)
- Mawaki Porepore
- Noto Ushitsu-so
- Lovero Koiji
- Seminar House Yamabiko
- Hotel Noto Kinpura