The Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of Art exhibits antique art objects, articles possessed by the Maeda family, Japanese paintings, oil paintings, sculptures, and modern handicrafts related to Ishikawa Prefecture. Traditional arts and crafts of artisans designated as Living National Treasures, a collection of Kutani porcelain works, and daimyo tools (feudal lord tools), such as Kaga lacquer works, are the highlights of the museum.
9:30 am to 6 pm (The coffee shop is open until 7 pm)
Year-end and New Year holidays, Preparation periods of exhibit change
Standing exhibition; Adult : 360 yen; university student : 290 yen; person of high school age or below : Free