Tonight (26 May 2010), Anamizu’s Noto Wine Gallery will be featured on NHK Kanazawa at 6:10 pm.
This feature is part of a week-long series on the Noto. Unfortunately, I just found out about it (thank you, small-town morning announcements).
The schedule was/is
(Suzu-shi Iida-machi 16-21-1)
Tuesday, 25 May: Noto-machi’s Nihonkai Club 日本海倶楽部, a brewery and restaurant hidden in the hills of Noto-machi and overlooking the Sea of Japan. Nihonkai Club has great local beer and excellent steak; it’s a must for visitors to and residents of the Noto.
927-0605 Ishikawa-ken Housu-gun Noto-machi ji Tatekabe 92
Wednesday, 26 May: Anamizu’s Noto Winery 能登ワイン. Founded in 2005, Noto Wine makes their wine from all local ingredients.
Wines are available in Noto grocery stores, liquor stores, and omiyage shops, as well as at the main location.
Winery and main shop located at
927-006 Ishikawa-ken Housu-gun Anamizu-machi Asahigaoka RI-5 #1
Thursday, 27 May: Wajima’s Kiriko Museum キリコ会館. This museum features the history and the making of kiriko, the enormous distinctive lanterns carried in festivals in the Noto.
928-0003 Ishikawa-ken Wajima-shi Tsukada 3-30-2
Friday, 28 May: Shika’s Flower Museum 花のミュージアム. This is a beautiful botanical garden in Shika-machi in Hakui.
Ishikawa-ken Hakui-gun Shika-machi Akasumi 14-ji 54-1
Tune in to Kanazawa NHK this week at 6:10 pm to see these features! Let’s show Ishikawa our Noto pride!
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Leah Zoller is a first-year CIR in Anamizu and has developed Noto Pride.