KOMATSU ISHIKAWA

Experience exquisite meals and local traditions in the "Country Ruled by Peasants"  

Located in southwest Ishikawa Prefecture,
Komatsu prospered in the days of yore as the center of old-time Kaga Province.
It is blessed with natural features, such as sacred Mount Haku and the Sea of Japan.
A revolt that began in 1487 led to the century-long rule of Kaga Province by peasant farmers, during which time Hoonko cuisine was developed.
Komatsu also possesses a unique tea culture that includes cha-kaiseki,
a meal served at a tea ceremony, which has been passed down to the present.  

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