Soak in the Beauty of Nature and Japanese Tradition at a Luxurious Sanctuary Ryokan

At the tip of Noto Peninsula is the Yoshigaura Onsen (葭ヶ浦温泉) which was first established in 1579. Also, there is only one isolated ryokan (Japanese inn) nearby called, “Lamp No Yado” which was built around 1790 and has always been popular among guests looking for a luxurious onsen that’s secluded with has a great view.…

Have a Relaxing Ryokan Experience With an Ocean View at Noto no Sho Inn

Every weary traveler needs a good place to rest. A place in Ishikawa Prefecture called Noto no Sho Inn can provide the necessary things fit for the tired traveler. The inn is a relaxing haven situated on top of a hill that is decorated with ornate wood trimmings. Its rooms are nice, clean and quiet…

3 Remarkable Reasons to Book an Unforgettable Excursion to Noto Peninsula!

Noto Peninsula is well-known for its coastal scenery and rural atmosphere and projects north into the Sea of Japan from the coast of the Ishikawa Prefecture. However, getting around the area has known to be quite inconvenient which is why rental cars have been greatly recommended. These can usually be rented in any of the…

Discover the Beauty of Rural Ishikawa: 3 Fantastic Destinations

Ishikawa Prefecture is located on the coast of the Sea of Japan. It is dominated by textile industry, such as artificial fabrics, and machine industry, such as construction machinery. The largest tourist attraction in the area is Kanazawa, which is also the capital of prefecture. But apart from it, there are many more popular destinations…

Hoshi Ryokan: Experience the Rich History of this 1300-year-old Hotel

Autumn and winter are coming but going on an adventures should still be possible in these cold seasons. One place that needs to be experienced is Hoshi Ryokan (hotel and hot spa) – which is considered to be the second oldest hotel in the world with a history of 1300 years of continuously-operating business. History…

Home-stay Program with Exciting Activities in Ishikawa

Vivid Memory goto-japanschool.jp/ My last summer was awesome! Vividly I still remember the moment when I held back my tears as I bid goodbye to my two host families. One week with them was definitely too short, but the memories I have of them will definitely last forever. I could not thank Japan Tent enough…