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Shiroyone Semmaida

Shiroyonemachi, Wajima 928-0256, Ishikawa Prefecture
+81 768-23-1146
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Really beautiful. Picturesque, just like in photos. Worth a visit but bring good walking shoes... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Paris, France
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Worth visiting!

It is a worth-visiting place. It teaches you how important rice was to ancient people who lived... read more

Reviewed 27 June 2017
Park City, Utah
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Shiroyonemachi, Wajima 928-0256, Ishikawa Prefecture
+81 768-23-1146
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Really beautiful. Picturesque, just like in photos. Worth a visit but bring good walking shoes - the slopes are tough! There is a small rest house where you can get free tea or water and eat snacks and light meals with a view (but no...More

Thank Tom_B_Paris
Reviewed 27 June 2017 via mobile

It is a worth-visiting place. It teaches you how important rice was to ancient people who lived here. People utilized even a tiny space to make rice. It must have been very difficult to plant and harvest rice in this steep slopes land.

Thank Lovesunnyday
Reviewed 21 April 2017 via mobile

Much has been written on this famed attraction and that's the reason we stop by enrouting Noto Peninsula. Unfortunately the best time to visit, if you want to see green Pardi field would be in later part of the year, September. Notwithstanding, the place provides...More

Thank Andrew K
Reviewed 6 March 2017

This is something that you have to see for yourself, especially when there is the ligh-up festival, the view is stunning

Thank Luigi_Fino
Reviewed 15 January 2017

I had high hopes of visiting the illuminated paddy fields as this more unique. We arrived at 4pm, but the lights start up at 5pm (dims at 9pm). It was cold, cloudy and had some light drizzle so we took some pictures and stayed in...More

Thank Locklee
Reviewed 26 October 2016

Semmaida - meaning 1000 pieces of rice field, actually has 1004, is located right beside the seashore, giving a spectacular view and tranquil environment. As its beside the seashore, can get very windy.

1  Thank fionayyy
Reviewed 14 October 2016

At the beginning I thought these terraced rice fields are so common in Asia so I almost wanted to skip it. But when I am here how they have been creating the contours and viewing spots I am sure these worth all the acclaims. It...More

Thank konstanza_sf
Reviewed 23 September 2016 via mobile

What an incredible place. It's amazing where rice can be grown!! We did have rain and there was little shelter but would encourage people to go there anyway.

1  Thank Heidi V
Reviewed 11 September 2016

Took the one day bus trip from Kanazawa. Only have 20 mins here. But the view was great. One of the better attractions for the day trip. It would have been nice to spend at least an hour here slowly take in the view and...More

Thank RRla
Reviewed 22 August 2016 via mobile

1000 rice fields !! I went all the way down to the sea !! Haven't count the rice fields tho lol , it's easy to go down but walking uphill can be bit hard ! must try the ice cream from the shop really good...More

Thank Maxdukez
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