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60th Anniversary Series

Japan 2014
"60th Anniversary Series of the Enforcement of the Local Autonomy Ishikawa Prefecture"
Date of Issue: 26th November 2014

 

 

  1. The Kotojitouro-lantern of Kenrokuen Garden and the night view of Yukitsuri (hanging snow).
  2. The Shiroyone Senmaida rice paddies. (Senmaida in Japanese means a thousand rice paddies). These terraces, which consist of over 1,000 small pieces of paddy perched on the sharp hills along the coast, were first established in the 17th century. They are located near Wajima City.
  3. Mitsuke-Island (Mitsukejima, also known as Gunkanjima). The island measures about 30 meters high, 50 meters wide and 150 meters long. Mitsukejima is located within the Noto Peninsula Quasi-National Park.
  4. Hakusan seen from the Kibagata.
  5. Chocolate Lily.

Illustration:
Kanazawa castle Ishikawa gate.

 

 

 

  1. The Kotojitouro-lantern of Kenrokuen Garden and the night view of Yukitsuri (hanging snow).
  2. The Shiroyone Senmaida rice paddies. (Senmaida in Japanese means a thousand rice paddies). These terraces, which consist of over 1,000 small pieces of paddy perched on the sharp hills along the coast, were first established in the 17th century. They are located near Wajima City.
  3. Mitsuke-Island (Mitsukejima, also known as Gunkanjima). The island measures about 30 meters high, 50 meters wide and 150 meters long. Mitsukejima is located within the Noto Peninsula Quasi-National Park.
  4. Hakusan seen from the Kibagata.
  5. Chocolate Lily.

Illustration:
Kanazawa castle Ishikawa gate.

 

 

 

 

 
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