Ishikawa Wajima Urushi Art Museum
This modern museum, about a 15-minute walk west of the former train station, has a large, rotating collection of lacquerware in...
A selection of the impressive illuminated lacquered floats used in the Wajima Taisai festival, some up to 15m tall, is on display in...
This entertaining morning market features a few hundred aging fishwives hawking fresh off-the-trawler seafood, lacquerware, pottery and...
This restaurant near the Asa-ichi serves local specialities, including zosui (rice hotpot), yaki-zakana (grilled fish) and seasonal...
Lonely Planet review
A popular local haunt for generations, you'll be hard pressed to better experience seafood elsewhere in Japan. Purists should keep it simple and go for the sashimi moriawase (¥1500). They also do a mean version of katsudon (¥1000).