Solo travelers, couples, and those with children will all love the great mix of cultural and scenic attractions in Hakusan.

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Hakusan is located approximately 2 miles (3 kilometers) South of Senami and about 180 miles (287 kilometers) West of the national capital Tokyo.

Take a break from sightseeing in the Hakusan area at Hakusan Dinosaurs Park Shiramine, a much-loved day out that will entertain the entire family.

Don't want to spend a sunny day holed up in your hotel room? Go spend the day outdoors at Hakusan National Park or Park Shishiku. These are just a couple of the green spaces to be found in the area that visitors of all ages can take advantage of.

If you are looking for somewhere to escape for a while or enjoy the gentle lapping of water, Tedori Canyon is a great place to check out. Even if the sun isn’t shining, this delightful destination is worth making the time to visit.

Those with a thirst for knowledge can spend an informative afternoon at Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of Art or Ishikawa-ken Insectarium, two popular cultural attractions in Hakusan. Walk the halls at your leisure as you browse the exhibits, or just enjoy a moment in one of the quiet nooks and crannies found throughout the building.

Some believe that you can never truly understand a place until you know its history. Thankfully, Hakusan has Torigoe Castle Remains, one of its more important historic places. After exploring the site, take a photo and research the history that makes this area so interesting.

Do you want to experience a few of the oldest religious buildings in Hakusan? Shirayama Hime Shrine and Kinkengu Shrine are a couple of old religious sites.

Tedorigawa Dam is a quiet place of reflection where all people can reflect on the passage of time.

Join other families at any one of the skiing locations in the area to snowboard, ski or just drag your kids around on a sled. Hakusan Seymour Ski Resort and Ichirino Ski Resort are the most popular locations in the area.

Accommodation in Hakusan

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Hotel Route-Inn Mikawa Inter at 2-1, Kashima-machi, and the Ichirino Kogen Hotel Roan, at 70-4 Chi Ozo are two excellent examples of the more stylish lodgings in Hakusan. Alternatively, the Grand Hotel Hakusan, at 152-7 Nishishinmachi, and the Grand Hotel Hakusan Annex, at 152-7 Nishishinmachi, are two value-for-money options that are sure to please.

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