Coastal Adventure in Noto Peninsula with Michelin Meal
Hosted by Alejandro and His Team
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Number of Guests
2 - 100 guests
Wheelchair Accessible, Stroller Accessible, Family-friendly
Japanese, English, Spanish
One-day bus tour to discover the rugged coastlines, culinary landscape, and morning market culture of the Noto Peninsula.
Browse the Wajima Morning Market to find local ingredients and interactions with locals
Visit the Senmaida Rice Terraces, recognized as a Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System
Lunch at the Michelin Star Restaurant L’Atelier de Noto; enjoy local ingredients mixed with a french twist
Check out the picturesque Ganmon Cave
Noto Peninsula is a region known for its beautiful coastal scenery and delicious local cuisine. The tour starts with visiting the rice terraces of Senmaida. These rice terraces were registered as Japan’s first Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System (GIAHS). Here you can see the ingeniousness of locals who adapted plantations of rice to the uneven coastlines of Noto. Next, you visit the Wajima Morning Market, one of Japan’s largest morning markets. It is known for its local produce and very friendly local merchants who may strike up a conversation with you! You will then have full French course lunch featuring local ingredients at the One Michelin Star Restaurant L’Atelier de Noto. After lunch, you will visit the rocky coast of the Sea of Japan where you can enjoy one of its breathtaking wonders: the Ganmon Cave. Formed by water eroding the nearby rock, the sea cave has a unique photogenic shape. Lastly, you will visit one of the only three sand highways in the world in Chirihama Beach. If the timing is right you’ll enjoy a memorable sunset.
Bus attendant and driver
Lunch at L’Atelier de Noto
Pick-up and drop-off at Sainoniwa Hotel or Kanazawa Station
Drinks for lunch
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
Arrival and departure from Kanazawa Station West Exit - Bus Group Parking Area
The luxury buses are spacious and comfortable, with large windows to enjoy the view
Stretching alongside the Sea of Japan, the coastal prefecture of Ishikawa boasts some dramatically diverse scenery ranging from rugged coastlines to untouched mountain backdrops, offering the freshest seafood and colorful locally-grown produce, harvested from rural areas.
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(19 - 120)
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Earliest available date: October 7, 2023
Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.