Our action of Nohaku



Nohaku means staying over in a Farm, Mountain or Fisheries village. The interaction with local people and local traditional life experience in those villages, staying at historical farm/fisher house, gives a unique tourism experience compared to commercial tours.
We are working to improve our accommodations so that visitors can stay over in our village and really enjoy their time. Moreover, we are developing local food, cooking, farming, hunting, outdoors, sports, culture, arts and experience services for a memorable stay.





There are many unique and a bit officious people living here. Come to meet them and experience facilities, stores, and farm stays. Interaction with those people is the part of the attraction of the village.



We are offering different kinds of experiences that you wouldn’t be able to enjoy in the cities. If you have professional experiences that you have been longing to try since childhood, Art & Culture, life with a farm, etc… Come and try them in Hakusan!



Organic vegetables in Season, Fresh Ichishi brand rice, sweet strawberries and blueberries, wild meats caught to protect farms, Filipino food cooking experience provided by a local Filipino… All those are specialties from our village.


Tips to stay over at a farm stay

Farm stay (Minpaku) is a small lodge in the existing houses where you can experience farmer/ forester/ fisher or rural life. There are two types of accommodation : one room in the host’s house, and the other is an entire house.

  • Please let us know about meal options regarding your diet if you have any requirement. We usually offer the following options: cooking together with the hosts where you may bring in foods and drinks, or meals being fully prepared by the hosts.
  • Please bring your own sleeping clothes, toothbrushes, and other amenities.
  • Please also inquire if they are offering drinks and beverages.
  • Usually, even if you stay over more than two nights, unlike hotels they do not provide cleaning services.
  • Rooms are usually a Japanese tatami room, and there are no locks on the sliding doors. Please use the safe and take care of your belongings.
  • Policies on meals, bathroom facilities, lights off time, pets, check in/check out time differs from owner to another. Please inquire beforehand.
  • Most of the time, arrangements for your needs like experience menu, allergy, and any food restrictions can be made. Please let us know upon booking.