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Ishikawa is blessed with cultural traditions and an abundance of nature that changes with each season. Local activities are rooted in the region's distinctive cultural climate. The Kaga area is nestled between Mount Haku and Lake Tedori. The Noto Peninsula is nurtured by the bounty of the Japan Sea. Festivals and talents rose out of the residents' various daily habits and continue even now. Along the same lines, craftwork bloomed during the feudal government period. Crafts such as lacquer work, metalworking, and pottery developed into fine arts then and have been passed down to the modern age. Ishikawa TV has documented the unspoiled landscape of this province with a state-of-the-art 4k camera. An overwhelming three-dimensional effect and beautiful images capture Ishikawa's nature, culture, and the fabric of human relationships here.
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