Shiroyone Semmaida, Wajima

Admire the relationship between manmade designs and nature during a visit to Shiroyone Semmaida, a set of terraced rice fields by the sea. Set on steep slopes, the paddies step down towards the ocean and number over 1,000. Take a stroll though the paddies to catch the contrast between the bright blue of the ocean and the green of the fields from different perspectives. The steep incline of the paddies means you'll find plenty of vantage points from which to admire the finely cultivated land and its untamable backdrop. Put Shiroyone Semmaida at the forefront of your travel plans using our Wajima trip planning tool .
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  • 10/8 begins light and waited until 6 p.m. for evening from 4:30. Name of borrower (celebrities) the bright time also can be enjoyed. Parking is crowded on weekends, so we recommend early walking.
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  • 1000 piece rice field; I think it was absolutely lacked rice, in the late 1950s the seen in all over the country, where the everyday landscape and scenery. Now, became a tourist attraction and at night is lit up at night! Decades ago, with atavistic feeling!
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  • Keep on and visited on a sightseeing bus. 1000 piece really is. 1000 piece rice terraces right next to the sea! The sea was rough, and awful rain that day. I think that quite place. Staff were taught and was visited during the day, but the illumination at night. If you just change color space would be quite long awaited it in warm clothes! With that.
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Since Wajima lies secluded on the northern tip of the Noto Peninsula, accommodation options in town don't vary widely in style or price. Aside from a couple of mid-range and high-end hotels, lodgings mostly consist of traditional Japanese inns, or "ryokan." Often offering "tatami" floors and free wi-fi, or even private "onsen" bathhouses, the inns in Wajima can be pricier than their big city counterparts.
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