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Ishikawa intro. Ishikawa is a popular travel destination amongst a wide range of visitors, from those interested in the local cultural to those involved in outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking and water sports. The western area of the prefecture is lined with over 500 kilometres of coastline; therefore there is a vast range of natural attractions and beaches there. The most popular city in Ishikawa is Kanazawa, therefore a good choice of Ishikawa hotels is offered there to suit both business guests looking for luxury accommodation to backpackers looking for cheap guesthouses. One of the most famous sights of Ishikawa is a sacred mountain named Mount Hakusan. At the bottom of the mountain are several traditional villages where you can experience authentic Japanese culture and the many festivals that take place throughout the year. Visitors seeking action and adventure should head to Noto, as many water sport recreation takes place there. Author: