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  • Kanazawa Port
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Prefecture Kanazawa city
    A port located in the center of the Sea of Japan coast which serves as a base for tourism and international trade. The port was created in 1954 by merging the former ports of Ono and Kanaiwa. The port bustles with large passenger vessels docking here from around the world. The port also has a scenic park, a fishing area, and other facilities. The Port of Kanazawa Cruise Welcome Club was established so that members could welcome and send off passenger cruise vessels in true Ishikawa style; members also get perks such as ship tours and commemorative mementos. Each year, during the Minato Festa Kanazawa festival, bus tours of the port and a variety of other events are held.
  • Kanazawa
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Komatsu
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Kagaonsen
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Wakuraonsen
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Mattou
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Nanao
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Nonoichi(Hokuriku Line)
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Nishikanazawa
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Tsubata
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Higashikanazawa
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Hakui
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Noto Airport
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Anamizu
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Awazu(Ishikawa)
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Nomineagari
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Morimoto
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Unoke
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Tsurugi
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref
  • Tsurugi Station
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Hakusan-shi Tsurugihonmachi 4-50-3-1
    A station on the Hokuriku Railroad Ishikawa Line located in Tsurugi-honmachi, Hakusan City, Ishikawa Prefecture. The station has two platforms with two sets of tracks, one for each platform; the station is only staffed during the daytime. Once, the station was served by the now-abolished Nomi Line; later, the Hokuriku Railroad stations up to Kaga Ichinomiya Station were abolished, and today, this station is the last stop on the Ishikawa Line.

Ishikawa Main Areas

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Long, thin Ishikawa prefecture runs along the Sea of Japan up into Noto Peninsula. Highlights of the seaside towns lining the west coast include Kanazawa, often described as a "Little Kyoto" thanks to its old wooden tea houses and geisha culture as well as its picturesque Japanese garden, Kenroku-en.

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