Anamizu – village in Japan, located in the county Josu Ishikawa Prefecture.
Since it borders the city of Nanao, Wajima and villages Sica, Photo.
Anamizu’s symbol is the Boramachi Yagura, a distinctive wooden fishing structure of which there is one in the Noto Bay on both the southern and northern borders of Anamizu town. There is a Giant Buddha statue in a park just north of the main town.
The last weekend in January is the Anamizu Oyster Festival. At this festival, guests can purchase oysters or other foods from stalls and cook them on grills near the center of the venue. The venue changes every year but was held at the Anamizu Harbour Asunaro in 2010. The third weekend in August is the celebration of Percival Lowell’s contribution to astronomy and his time spent in the Noto peninsula. The main shopping street is lit with hundreds of candles and visitors can enjoy live music and food stalls. In the last week in October, the Anamizu Harvest Festival is celebrated. A few small stalls line the main shopping street in the town and visitors can enjoy some speciality foods. The Anamizu Town Festival is held the first weekend in November with events held all around the town, especially at the Noto Culture Centre.