With the launch of the Hokuriku Shinkansen, it became much easier to access the big old historic city.
Ishikawa has four facets: traditional cultural area of Kanazawa, warm hospitality of the locals in Noto, hot springs in Kaga, and the magnificent nature in Hakusan. It used to be one of the busiest castle towns in ancient Japan, and has promoted and refined the unique local culture. Ishikawa has long been popular among many tourist, and with the launch of the Hokuriku Shinkansen in 2015, more people are turning to Ishikawa. Ishikawa offers not only a wide variety of sightseeing spots but also many local dishes thanks to rich marine products from the Sea of Japan as well as high class local branded vegetables. You can enjoy traditional yet sophisticated local dishes.
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