Ishikawa Prefectural History Museum, Kanazawa
(4/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • Famous Kanazawa, Japan representative "and 6 Garden" from walk 2-3 minutes. And neighboring prefectural Noh theater and Museum of art, "and 6 surrounding culture zone" has formed. Di has been transformed as the Museum in anticipation of the opening of Hokuriku Shinkansen, and expanded space in large scale renovation work from a few years ago, enjoy more brighter.
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  • Admission 300 yen is the voice guidance will lend free of charge. Many of you described, very nice pool. In the image at the image corners especially the Noto Festival the festivals all over. Amazed by the many festivals of Noto and was very impressed. I was feeling, which we could see in a free demonstration of the entertainer, visited.
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  • At Ishikawa prefectural History Museum in a renovated warehouse in the old army. Ishikawa prefectural history exhibits from ancient times until modern times. Excellent at all peasant Association in the middle ages.
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  • Well done museum, but quite minimal English signage. To be fair, there's free English audio guides available that I didn't use. I skipped the temporary exhibition on the 2F after being confronted with their staff that is very rude towards foreigners (1F was friendly, though).
  • The museum was very well organized, and offered a small guide book in English, although I would recommend going with someone who knows Japanese well if you can't read it. The displays were interesting, and there were many things to see! Definitely worth a visit!
  • A good range of exhibitions however the extra charge to go into special exhibits is not worth it
  • 体験コーナーは大人も子供も楽しめる。
  • Trying ancient clothes is possible.