Ishikawa Prefectural History Museum, Kanazawa

(4.1/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • If you travel to Kanazawa, 6 garden. And discreet location with historical Museum. Brick buildings are renovated location and is clean. Among newly hot glass Salon that has become the place offers relaxing in the building of a cantilever beam, which can enjoy cherry blossoms in April.
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  • This might not be my first choice activity in Kanazawa but if you have a bit of spare time it is worthwhile giving as it does a fascinating insight into different aspects of local history including pe...  more »
  • 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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  • 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.