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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. A visit to Shiroyone Semmaida represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Wajima vacation builder to plot your vacation.
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  • We in the Noto Peninsula 1 trip. It is a location, fewer people because it was a weekday morning weather wind feeling well by bike from wajima about 10 kilometers as a toilet break in the beginning.
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  • These are nice and maintained for the tourist. Hard to imagine a really profitable operation. Access is free. 2 options: in 10' from the highest part, 45' down to the level of the sea by the railways. The photos are always well framed. We expect a very large surface area while the site is quite small.
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  • So I went to the time of the AOTA was quite refreshing views. Bring on the shuttle from the temporary parking since the parking lot is small, 2 km away. And parcel of politicians, and enjoy it.
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