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 galleries...
Here you can view a selection of the impressive illuminated lacquered floats used in the Wajima Taisai festival, some up to 15m tall:...
This entertaining morning market features a few hundred ageing fishwives hawking fresh-off-the-trawler seafood, lacquerware, pottery and...
This restaurant near the Asa-ichi serves local specialities including zōsui (rice hotpot), yaki-zakana (grilled fish) and seasonal...
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Umi-tei Notokichi information
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 (sashimi of the day, ¥1500). They also do a mean version of katsudon (crumbed pork cutlet on rice, ¥1000).