Shiroyone Semmaida

Shiroyone Semmaida, Wajima: Address, Phone Number, Shiroyone Semmaida Reviews: 4/5

Shiroyone Semmaida
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John A
Hong Kong, China511 contributions
Lovely Rice Terraces on the Japan Sea
May 2019 • Couples
The view is breathtaking and the walks available on the terraces are wonderful. We visited on a blustery day, but enjoyed the windswept and lonely terraces. A few tour buses stopped, but were mainly filled with seniors who were disinclined to walk up and down the paths to the coast. Well worth a stop!
Written 10 June 2019
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VivianTai
Singapore, Singapore60 contributions
Average rice field
May 2019 • Family
Maybe it was in May so the fields look really sparse. Perhaps we have seen better ones in Vietnam Sapa. Not worth driving all the way there unless it is en route as for Rokkosaki Cape. We just stopped by for 15 minutes for a photo.
Written 6 June 2019
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betteskid
Boston, MA921 contributions
Amazing rice paddies in beautiful setting
Apr 2019 • Couples
We visited here on a recent trip to the Noto Peninsula.The area is incredibly beautiful and the rice paddies on the terraces are both interesting and are (at least in my experience) unique. You can walk through the area easily. Because we did not have a car on our visit, we took a local bus to and from Wajima to the area. The bus ride is cheap and not very long but to get the return bus, we had to wait quite a long time. This was not ideal but I am glad we made the effort and saw Shiroyone Semmaida.
Written 11 May 2019
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Charlie S
Victoria, Australia747 contributions
Neat view of rice terraces with sea backdrop
May 2018 • Friends
Our cycle group stopped her for a morning break. Good view, and for adjacent food outlets and facilities.
Written 20 May 2018
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dancing-freak
Tel Aviv, Israel1,225 contributions
A Nice of Rice Fields and Sea
Nov 2017 • Friends
Along the Chirihama Nagisa Driveway want to stretch your legs at this place.
Sea wind blows through your hair, and the view is limited, but nice, even in autumn.
The kiosk of course is clean, just as the restrooms are.
I wonder what the mountainous spots on the horizon are.
Written 10 February 2018
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ZestyZandy
Singapore, Singapore332 contributions
Night Sightseeing View
Oct 2017 • Friends
The rice paddies are only lighted up every night from mid Oct to mid Mar. The 21000 solar LED lights are each placed by hand by local volunteers. It changed colour every 30 minutes. Please dress appropriate to keep oneself warm from the strong wind and cold. There is a shop at the parking lots where you can get souvenirs to bring home.
Written 26 October 2017
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PaminatorJ
Westchester County, NY193 contributions
Definitely worth a visit
Sep 2017 • Couples
Not far from the town of Wajima, this is an enormously picturesque spot where the rice terraces meet the sea. We were fortunate to be there on a beautiful day in September during the rice harvest. Every view was another photo -- yellow rice fields, bamboo drying racks, blue sky, and deep blue sea. Nice walking paths throughout, a little steep at some points, so wear sneakers or other good walking shoes.
Written 14 September 2017
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Tom_B_Paris
Paris, France540 contributions
Beautiful!!!!
Aug 2017 • Family
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 air con on the terrace..)
Written 4 August 2017
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Lovesunnyday
Park City, UT14 contributions
Worth visiting!
Jun 2017 • Family
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.
Written 27 June 2017
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Andrew K
182 contributions
Beautiful place to visit
Mar 2017 • Family
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 a good contrast scenery shots for photographers. Between deep blue sea and gentle sloping farmlands. Truly a gift of God for us to treasure and preserve.
Written 20 April 2017
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