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Roadside Station Noroshi道の駅 狼煙

Michi no Eki Road Station

"A roadside station situated at the base of the Rokkosaki Lighthouse on the tip of the Noto Peninsula along Prefectural Route 28 Otani Noroshi Iida Line. The station sells ""Ohama Daizu no Kodawari Jidofu"" tofu, a local specialty product made with just Suzu-grown Ohama soybeans and Suzu natural nigari bittern, an ingredient which has been designated a National Important Intangible Cultural Property. This tasty tofu variety is characterized by its mild sweetness and natural soybean aroma and body. In addition to other local specialty products, the station's shop also sells a popular soy milk soft serve ice cream. The station serves as a local gathering space and events such as tofu making classes and kinako toasted soybean flour grinding using a stone mill are conducted here."


Ishikawa Pref. Suzushi Noroshimachi Te (Wajima / Noto / WakuraArea)

phone 0768862525


Review of Michi no Eki Noroshi

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2017/11/15 Nice rest house
It is one of those service centres in a Japanese style. Toilet, car park, some shopping. Check out Library Bookshop opposite, nice cafe for a snack and coffee.
Reviewed:2019/11/05 灯台に行くために利用!
Reviewed:2019/10/31 能登半島の先端

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Ishikawa Pref. Suzushi Noroshimachi Te [ map ]
Wajima / Noto / WakuraArea
New Year's Holiday
Parking Lot
Yes (106 regular vehicles, 5 large vehicles)
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          Ishikawa Areas


          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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