Spots in Hakusan Area

  • "Ichirino Kogen Hotel ""Roan"""
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    4.0
    52 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakusanshi Ozou 70-4
    "A hot spring in located in Hakusan Ichirino. The inn is situated on a Highland surrounded by the natural beauty of the Mt. Hakusan area. The inn's baths are constantly replenished ""kakenagashi"" style entirely from a natural hot spring source. The inn offers day trip spa plans and a variety of lodging plans. What's nice is that the plans are not just based on the number of people in your party but can also be chosen based on the season and your sightseeing objectives. The most popular plan includes an A5 rank Hida beef tenderloin steak grilled over an irori sunken hearth. The inn also offers several casual day trip plans which include natural hot spring bathing and exquisite charcoal grilled meals. The inn's baths include the ""Mori no Yu,"" a bath surrounded by soothing forest, a deluxe sweet outdoor bath, and two reservable private baths. The inn's rural style cuisine, eaten around an irori hearth, is not only delicious, it's fun!"

    From the beautiful nature surrounding the hotel to the calm and warm staff that will always help you with a smile, everything about this place is relaxing. The room is big, comfortable, and quiet...

  • Hakusan Ichirino Onsen Ski Resort
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    3.5
    30 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakusanshi Ozou 63
    A ski resort located close to the entrance of the Hakusan Shirakawa-go White Road on the Ishikawa Prefecture side. One of the largest ski resorts in the country, there are a variety of courses for everyone from beginners to experts to enjoy. There’s also a kids area where children can play with sleds and practice skiing, making the resort a great destination for families. On certain days, the resort also offers night skiing. In addition to skiing, the resort is a fun destination year round. During the spring and summer, visitors can enjoy barbecuing and tennis here as well as try making soba noodles by hand in the resort’s restaurant. In the summer, the resort erects a dramatic nighttime light display.

    夏休み期間を中心に、スキ一場に一面のLEDがちりばめられた、イルミネ一ションイベントがあります。無料で素朴なイルミネ一ションでした。

  • Matto Kaihin Onsen CCZ
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    4.0
    19 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakusanshi Tokumitsumachi 2665-1
    This day-use hot spring bathhouse located just walking distance from the Tokumitsu Parking Area off the Hokuriku Expressway is a bathhouse with many local repeat customers, but is also recommended for drivers passing through because it can be visited without getting off the expressway. One of its most inviting features is that one can bathe at 5 a.m. on any day excluding Mondays. The source waters flow from a high sodium-chloride spring and are said to be beneficial for nerve pain and muscle soreness, as well as minor cuts and burns. From the completely glassed in main bath, one can enjoy a view of the Japan Sea, the sea air wafting around the outside stone bath is relaxing. Osteopathy treatments and light dining fare is also offered.

    館内はお土産ものが並び、軽食も食べられました。お風呂はずいぶん昔、入りましたが今も営業してるんですね。能登からのドライブの帰りに休憩できますね。

  • Shirayama Hime-jinja Shrine
    Travel / Tourism
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakusanshi Sannomiyamachi D 105-1
    Shirayama Hime-jinja Shrine is located in Sannomiya Town, Hakusan City. It is the head shrine of Hakusan Shrine worshiping the sacred Mt. Hakusan as the objects enshrined and its establishment is said to date back to 91 BC. The homotsukan (treasure house) stores valuable Important Cultural Properties including a short sword named Yoshimitsu which is a National Treasure and can be seen for a fee.
  • Shishiku Highland
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    4.5
    19 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakusanshi Yawatamachi Re 110
    These highlands are situated in Yahatamachi, Hakusan City. These highlands are famous all over Japan for flight sports like paragliding and hang-gliding. An aerial gondola takes one up to the elevation of 600m from which a panoramic view of the Sea of Japan can be seen.

    You can access the Shishiku Highlands by Gondola (700 yen return), and I heard there is also a hiking trail to the top as well. At the top theres a fantastic view of the plains, all the way to the...

  • Ishikawa Insect Museum
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    4.5
    19 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakusanshi Yawatamachi Inu 3
    A museum located a 20 minute walk from Tsurugi Station on the Hokuriku Railroad Ishikawa Line. Standing along the Tsurugi Bypass, the museum is notable for its elaborate exhibits. In addition to exhibits arranged by classification including varieties found in Hakusan, the museum also has an insect section in which you can observe 20 varieties of real, live insects. Other fun things visitors can do including handling live insects and attempting an insect quiz. The museum also holds a variety of events. Every month on the 19th, junior high school aged students and younger can enter the museum for free (must be accompanied by an adult family member).

    A big museum about insects, with many kinds of beetles, and a large butterfly house to walk through. Much more to see than I expected! For 410 yen for adults, less for children, it is great value. It...

  • Hakusan Dinosaur Park Shiramine
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    4.0
    17 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakusanshi Kuwajima 4-99-1
    A museum standing along the Tedori River easily identifiable by its statues of dinosaurs. The museum displays life-sized replicas of dinosaur skeletons and models and has a tunnel, visitors can walk through and experience the time of the dinosaurs. There's also a thrilling 40 meters long dinosaur slide. The museum's fossil dig experience for elementary school children is very popular and real dinosaur teeth have actually been discovered here. Children can also see what it's like to clean fossils and make replicas.

    初めて恐竜パークに行きました。中は程よく見れて外には遊べる滑り台があり、さらっと楽しく見れる施設でした。発掘体験もしましたが、初めてなので良く分からず、30分石と睨めっこしてハンマーで叩いてとあっという間に終わってしまいました!コツがあるのかな…子供は満足そうでした。今年は明日で閉園するようなのでまた来年行きたいと思います。

  • Torigoe Ikkou Ikki History Museum
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    4.0
    10 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakusanshi Deaimachi A 26
    This history museum is located within the Ikko-ikki no Sato Roadside Station along the National Route No. 360 in Deaimachi, Hakusan City. This museum displays materials from the KagaIkko-ikki uprising during the Sengoku era and airs a film depicting the details along with a narration. Earthenware excavated from the National Historic Landmarks of the Torigoe and affiliated Futoge Castles are also on display, This museum functions as an information center for the castle remains.

    続日本100名城スタンプが置いてあります。スタンプのみですと手前にあり無料です。一向一揆の展示室は300円かかります。

  • Roadside Station Ikko-Ikki no Sato
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    3.5
    11 Reviews
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakusanshi Deaimachi Instep 36
    A roadside station standing along National Route 360 in the Hokuriku region. Sightseeing destinations such as the National Historic Site-designated Torigoe Castle Ruins; picturesque Tedori Ravine; and the Gojudani no Osugi, a giant cedar tree designated a Natural Monument by the prefecture of Ishikawa, are conveniently located within a 15 minute driving range of the station. The station is also the site of a history museum (Ikko Ikki History Museum) and agricultural culture museum where visitors can learn about the Kaga Rebellion which occurred here 500 years ago as well as the lifestyle of ancient area farmers. The station's shop sells specialty products like fresh local vegetables and Torigoe-grown rice. The handmade noodles served in the station's soba restaurant are exquisite.

    野菜を買い求め入店。その前に立つ寄った瀬女の道の駅よりも種類も数も豊富で安くて良かった。 白山ホワイトロードと石川県を結ぶ重要拠点です。

  • Kinkengu Shrine
    Travel / Tourism
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakusanshi Tsurugihidumechou Mi 118
    Counted among Hakusan’s seven shrines since the Middle Ages and included with Hakusan Hongu, Sangu, and Iwamoto as the main four, the Kinkengu Shrine is known as the place where Minamoto no Yoshitsune lodged offered a dance for his worship, and the place where many historical samurai clans worshiped, including Ashikaga, Togashi, and Maeda. Hakusan City—home of Kinkengu—is not only the home of Yamato culture, it is also the birthplace of the oldest culture, and has left many famous artifacts relevant to the origin of these shrines. Approximately 13 minutes on foot from Tsurugi Station on the Hokuriku Railroad Ishikawa Line.
  • Roadside Station Sena
    Transportation
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakusanshi Seto Tora 163-1
    "A roadside station located at the junction of National Routes 360 and 157 in Hakusan City, Ishikawa Prefecture. The area is the entranceway to Hakusan from the Ishikawa side. From here, the Platinum Route continues on, connecting the three prefectures of Ishikawa, Gifu, and Fukui. The station has a bakery which sells goods made with local ingredients, and all of its breads are made using hot spring water from Shiramine. The station's souvenir shop as a ""100 select products from Hakusan"" area where you can find kata tofu, loach, foods made with wild game, and many other items."
  • Hakusan Craft Workshop
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    4.0
    5 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Ishikawa Hakusan-shi Shiramine Nu 17
    They say that Ushikubi-tsumugi weaving began with mechanical weaving techniques passed down by the wife and daughters of a certain Oohata who was a Genji fugitive and flowed to Ushikubi Village after his defeat by Heike in the Heiji rebellion of 1159. Here, you can learn about the historical sericulture and textile arts of the Shiramine area, from silk reeling, reclamation, and refining. They also offer reservation-only activities like hataori weaving and making silk cocoon dolls.

    白山市白峰にあります。牛首紬の展示、体験などがあります。ここでは機織り体験500円まゆ人形おりの体験400円、つまみ細工の体験800円などができ全国にもめずらしい体験ができる

  • Sushikuine (Matto Main Restaurant)
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    4.0
    28 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakusanshi Tanakamachi 617
    The Matto main location of a conveyor belt sushi restaurant chain operating in the prefectures of Ishikawa and Toyama. In addition to sushi made with select seafood straight from the port, the restaurant also serves vegetable sushi such as avocado, and shiitake sushi, and pressed sushi topped with lightly pickled eggplant and cucumber. The owner particularly recommends the 10 and 15 piece nigirizushi and tokujo first class nigirizushi sets. The restaurant offers lunch sets from Monday to Saturday (excluding holidays), three out of four of which are limited to a set number of customers per day. All are reasonably priced and come with nigirizushi and arajiru fish scraps soup. Diners can also enjoy fresh made sushi in comfort by making an order using a touch screen which will then be delivered via a high speed lane.

    Fresh fish Exceptional service Excellent pricing Parking Orders come to you by person or by train!! Come here for a joyful dinner!!

  • Mokuyourin
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    4.0
    37 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Ishikawa Hakusan-shi Yahatamachi Ri 1-6
    This studio focuses on using wood from the Shishiku area. The facility is broadly divided into two areas - a wood studio and a food studio. The wood studio operates as a wood crafts store owned by a lumber dealer which has been in business for over a century. The studio sells a wide variety of items and also regularly holds woodworking workshops. The food studio operates as a pizzeria and bakes pizzas using a big brick firewood oven. The food studio also offers a large selection of other dishes, including pastas and desserts.

    This is one of my favourite restaurants in the area. The food is always good with very kind service. The building is completely made from wood, and is really romantic.

  • Hakusan Folk Museum
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    4.5
    4 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Ishikawa Hakusan-shi Shiramine Ri 30

    10月23日火曜日は店は閉まっていましたが、車で右折してこの資料館へ。65歳以上200円とあり、免許書を見せると「いいですよ」と二人で400円。「後から小学生の団体が来るので、先に杉原家を観た方がいいですよ」とのアドバイスに二人で最も大きな移設した杉原家を見学。中の土間、大きな柱、こんな山奥にとても造られないような造り。「永平寺から宮大工を詠んで年がかりで」との説明。2階、3階も庶民の暮らしがわか...

  • Hakusan Iyashi no Yu Tenryo
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    4.0
    4 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Hakusan-shi Ozo Chi 28
    A day-use natural hot spring bathhouse. The bathhouse draws its water from a hot spring in Iwama Onsen using a five-kilometer-long pipe. The waters of this hot spring are said to treat rheumatism and other ailments. In addition to a large indoor bath and an outdoor bath, the bathhouse also has a sauna. In addition, there's a spacious rest lounge with massage chairs for customers to use. You can enjoy a meal at the restaurant, as well. The bathhouse offers a money-saving pack which includes bathhouse access and a meal, as well as discounts for surrounding facilities.

    白山一里野温泉スキー場、一里野公園の目の前にある温泉施設。 JAFカードの提示で50円引き、イオンカードであれば100円引き。同行者5名まで可能なのが嬉しい。休憩室や食事コーナーもあるが食事は予約制。 温泉はナトリウム、塩化物泉で透明。肌に優しく出た後はすべすべする。 ここの売りはす豪快な露天風呂。岩づくりのお風呂が2つあり、ちょうど良い温度でゆっくりできる。内風呂は普通なのでこちらに入るべし。

  • Soba Soan
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    4.5
    20 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Hakusan-shi Tsurugi Hiyoshimachi Ro 32
    "This soba shop is in a remodeled kominka (old house). They offer carefully made soba in an atmospheric interior. They grind their own soba flour and mix it with their own well water for handmade soba in 90%, 100%, and course ground 100% soba. It's a favorite with soba fans, and was selected one of the 100 Best in Japan in 2017. Their menu offers ""Soba-mae"" meal sets made with local ingredients, as well as a selection of local sakes."

    自家製粉石臼挽き手打ちそばが食べられる、 『草庵』に行ってきました♬ 築100年以上の建物は 歴史が感じられる一方、 天井が高く立派な梁が印象的で 現代風にリノベーションされていて 素敵な空間╰(*´︶`*)╯ 休日の14:00頃到着♬ お蕎麦完売まで残り数名で ギリギリ入店ヽ( ̄д ̄;)ノ=3=3=3 お蕎麦を注文後 お茶と一緒に 〝そばの実が入った かりんとう” が出て来て、これが...

  • Park Shishiku Fureai-kan
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    4.0
    3 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Ishikawa Hakusan-shi Yahatamachi Ri 110
    A rest house located in Park Shishiku, a large leisure complex in Shishiku. The warm and friendly-looking building was built using an abundance of wood. Inside, a stage and audience seating can be found at its center. Tables which are positioned on a spiral slope surrounding the seating area are used as seating for the facility's cafe, called the 7★cafe. This cafe offers laboriously crafted curry, siphon drip coffee, soft serve ice cream, and more.

    山頂からの眺めは最高! ロッジ内の休憩スペースも充分で、小さな子どもがいても心配ありません。 人工芝のソリはワックス代わりの洗剤+ブラシも備えてあって、なかなかのスピードで楽しめました。 ソリ持込で100円、レンタルで500円は良いのですが、数が少なくて少し残念でした。 小さなボルダリングも新設されていて、4歳の娘でも楽しめました。 ソリで500円ならボルダリングもお金取れば良いのに…と余計なお世...

  • Bird Humming Torigoe
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    3.5
    2 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Ishikawa Hakusan-shi Kaminomachi Ya 74
    This facility is in a spot embraced by the lush natural scenery of sacred Mt. Hakusan. There is a day trip onsen facility, BBQ area, tennis courts, and outdoor sports areas for use all year round. The hot spring is served by calcium sodium sulfate springs, which is thought to help relieve with rheumatism, hardening of the arteries, nerve and muscle pain.

    手取川の段丘上に建つレジャー施設、館内には弘法の湯があり、もちろん源泉かけ流しです、屋外にはバーベキュー場所やテニスコートがある。

  • Matto Kaihin Park C.C.Z. (Coastal Community Zone)
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakusanshi
    A leisure zone sprawling cross some 1,800 meters of coastline. Here visitors will find playground equipment and a vast natural grass lawn comprised of Mattoh Seaside Park. The zone also encompasses a variety of facilities such as Matto Kaihin Onsen, a public hot spring bathhouse; and the Hakusan Kaido Ichiba shopping mall. Many of the facilities can be freely used by local residents, like a golf course and heated pool. The Bridge Matto, a pedestrian bridge, offers a nice view of the Sea of Japan and is a popular spot for couples. With an advance reservation, you can also barbecue here from April through November. Equipment such as grilling nets and charcoal tongs is available for rent.

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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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