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Address: Noroshimachi, Suzu 927-1441, Ishikawa Prefecture
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Delightful structure; fantastic views

This lighthouse structure is one of Japan's oldest. It's not tall because it doesn't need to be--it sits high atop a bluff at the tip of the Noto Peninsula. There's a bit of a... read more

Reviewed 9 May 2015
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Surely it is the northern most top of the Noto Peninsula when all you see is the vast expanse of the Sea of Japan. The structure, though more than 130 years old, still maintains its pristine white architecture. Standing along the edge of the wooden fence, one can almost feel stretched out to the farther most point in the sea.... More 

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was quite a ride down to the lighthouse and although nice, it was just that nice. I then had to hurry on to the next attractions, so give this a miss if you only have limited time.

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Reviewed 9 May 2015

This lighthouse structure is one of Japan's oldest. It's not tall because it doesn't need to be--it sits high atop a bluff at the tip of the Noto Peninsula. There's a bit of a walk (gentle climb) to reach the lighthouse from the parking area below, but well worth it. If you're a serious walker, there is a nice walking... More 

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