Ishikawa Prefecture lies on the west coast of Japan’s main island, a part of Hokuriku in the larger Chubu, or “central”, region. It is best-known perhaps for its capital city of Kanazawa, an old castle town rich in history and natural beauty and surprisingly compact in size (a good thing — more on this later). Kanazawa offers a range of sightseeing destinations and cultural experiences — not to mention the tasty food — that will delight history buffs and artisans alike. Those looking to relax in some of Japan’s famous hot springs will also find themselves pampered here in Ishikawa, which is home to a number of famous hot springs of its own.
Get the lowdown on some of what Ishikawa Prefecture has to offer by checking out the articles linked below!
Need more info? Need a travel guide for Ishikawa Prefecture? Well, if you have a smartphone running Android, then we have some good news for you! Ishikawa’s tourism bureau has created an Android app to help tourists to their fine prefecture. It’s available in five languages (English, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Taiwan Chinese, Japanese), and best of all, it’s free!
Visit their page by clicking on the banner below or go straight to the app on Google Play.