The terraced rice paddies of Shirayone

Shot taken by drone of the terraced rice paddies of Shirayone; Bird's-eye view looking straight down on the terraced paddies; Full turn counterclockwise to get a long shot of the Japan Sea; The terraced rice paddies of Shirayone are situated on a number of hilly slopes along the Japan Sea, There are 1,004 terraced rice paddies in an area of about 4 hectares, They are a well-known sightseeing spot in the northern part of the Noto Peninsula (Oku-noto area), being regarded as a traditional Japanese landscape, The terraced paddies form part of the Noto Sato-yama and Sato-umi site, In 2011, it became the first site in Japan to be designated under the Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems.


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Collection:NHK Video Bank Creative
Clip length:00:00:26:20
Location:Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan
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Mastered to:QuickTime 10-bit ProRes 422 (HQ) HD 1920x1080 29.97i More information
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