Shiroyone Semmaida, Wajima

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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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  • October 2, 2017
    Landmark or even just a small vineyard so firmly that you can stroll through the leisurely over time such fields (^ ω ^)... and I felt a strong
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  • September 29, 2017
    1000 piece rice field views towards the Sea you can enjoy from the sea along the way. So, enjoyed on the wrong side of the foot. On the condition and go down to the field, thousand was climbing so kinda hard. I think when inaho is after I harvested rice was more stunning views. Furthermore, there seem lit up at night from October.
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  • September 24, 2017
    In the harvest has ended because it was September, landscape was not very good, but two years ago in June, when sky field's in rice fields, very clean. Tourist buses filled with comes as a way station hotel.
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