Noto peninsular is located in Hokuriku region of Honshu island and most of the part belongs Ishikawa prefecture which prefectural capital is Kanazawa. The peninsular is named after former Noto province which most of the area belonged till 19th century. Noto peninsular is the largest peninsular projecting into Sea of Japan in Japan. Noto is divided into three sub-regions;
Oku-Noto(Deep Noto - Northern part), Naka-Noto(Mid Noto) and
Kuchi-Noto(Entrance of Noto - Southern part).
Nanao, home of Wakura hot spring
Other cities and towns
Oku-Noto(Suzu, Wajima, Anamizu and Noto), Naka-Noto(Nanao and Naka-Noto) and Kuchi-Noto(Hakui, Hodatsushimizu and Shika).
Wajima morning market
Chirihama Beach Driveway
Keta Grand shrine
How to get there?
Tokyo Haneda airport to Noto airport by ANA.
By train/bus: To Kanazawa station by Hokuriku Shinkansen and then limited express train to Nanao or express bus to other cities/towns.
Where to go?
Wajima morning market, Chirihama Beach Driveway(Only beach in Japan where you can drive on sandy beach) , Keta grand shrine, Mitsukejima island(Battleship island) , Koiji beach and Shiroyone Senmaida(Rice terraces)