In the Noto Peninsula, which is surrounded by the sea and has little flat land, both “Satoyama” – primarily composed of farmland – and “Satoumi” – which receives various blessings from the sea – are still closely intertwined with people’s daily lives and traditional industries such as agriculture, forestry, and fisheries. Traditional agriculture is still practiced here, and can be seen scattered throughout the landscape.
If you search of a destination off the beaten path, this is what you are looking for.
Throughout your stay in this area, you’re sure to experience a sense of nostalgia and warmth as you visit vibrant villages and engage with the friendly local people. Their warm welcome will undoubtedly enhance your journey.