Madoiwa Pocket Park, Wajima

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#9 of 12 in Beaches in Ishikawa Prefecture
Madoiwa Pocket Park is located in Wajima. Plan to see Madoiwa Pocket Park and other attractions that appeal to you using our Wajima trip planner.
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  • Window rock in 停memasu drive in window rock pocket. This pocket in the parking lot, toilets, benches only. Space was built just genuinely look at window rock just like. Well, you're looking for window rock and say, in the middle of a huge rock in the triangle indescribable wonders and open hole, the rocks in the window only to window rock?... However, others are taking a few pictures, so there is nothing after the region. I thought the sunset in this window completely formulaic spectacle seems to be great, so next time, also if you come, it aimed at coming?.
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  • Why not? And open a 2 m hole in the giant rock VIC Ripon! Minamoto no Yoshitsune is opened? With there are legendary.
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  • Point of view of safety and management is difficult, I think, has been not enter. But I don't know how much the evening atmosphere looks good. You can see and from the cars during the day.
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