Ninjadera, also commonly known as Myōryū-ji is a Buddhist temple belonging to the Nichiren sect of Buddhism.
The temple is not actually associated with ninja and was never home to the shadow assassins, but earned its cool nickname due to its many deceptive defences and cunning traps and trickery.
Japan Railways (JR) will extend its Hokuriku Shinkansen (bullet train) service to Kanazawa Station on March 14, 2015, making access from Tokyo much easier. Have a look at the 6 popular tourist destinations of Kanazawa, before you plan your itinerary.
Kanazawa has an abundance of fresh local seafood such as crabs, spot prawns, yellowtails, etc. especially in winter.
The senmaida rice terraces in Shiroyone, Wajima City will be illuminated from Saturday, October 18th, 2014 until Sunday, March 15th, 2015.
Kenroku-en is a famous scenic spot in Kanazawa, Ishikawa prefecture. It is a special place of scenic beauty in Japan and also one of the three greatest Japanese gardens.
One of many tourist attractions in Noto peninsula, “Shiroyone Senmaida, Wajima-shi”, is a rice terrace with superb view, which signifies one of the GIAHS (Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems) site, “Noto no Satoyama, and Satoumi”.
Let us show you the autumn leaves in “Kenroku-en Garden”, one of the best autumn-leaf viewing spots in Kanazawa, Ishikawa prefecture.
Located in the Okunoto area of the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture, the city of Wajima is famous for Wajima lacquerware and its 1000 Rice Fields (Shiroyone Senmaida), a site designated as a National Cultural Property and a National Site of Scenic Beauty. Senmaida (1000 rice fields) The Wajima Taisai Festival is the collective name for the Okitsuhime Shrine Festival held on August 22nd and 23rd, Shigezo Shrine Festival held on August 23rd, Sumiyoshi Shrine Festival held on the 24th, and Wajimasaki Shrine Festival held on the 25th. As the dusk falls, Kiriko matsuri festival where people carry an enormous wooden shrine lantern, one of the festival items, called Kiriko […]