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Kanazawa City Cultural and Tourist Facilities Open and Closed Following the Noto Peninsula Earthquake

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The following is the information on closed facilities as of February 2th, 2024.

For further information, please contact each facility.


21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa Part of the Public Zone (free)  will re-open on Tuesday 6 February.

D.T. Suzuki Museum Closed until mid-March *for repair work

Kanazawa Yasue Gold Leaf Museum Scheduled to be closed until February 3 *for repair work

Maeda Tosanokami-ke shiryokan Museum  Scheduled to be closed until March 31 *for repair work

KANAZAWA PORT CRUISE TERMINAL Closed for the time being

KANAZAWA ART HALL Closed for the time being

Izumi Kyoka Kinenkan Museum   Closed for the time being   


【Facilities and areas that can be visited as usual】

Kenrokuen-garden *Some areas are off-limits.

Kanazawa Castle Park  January 20 (Sat.) Normal opening from 8:00 a.m. *Some areas are off-limits.

Ohmicho Market 

Higashi・Kazue・Nishi Chaya District 

Nagamachi District 

Nomura-ke Samurai Family Residence

Myoryuji Temple (Ninjadera Temple)

Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of Art

Seisonkaku-Villa

Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of History

chaya Shima

Kanazawa Yuwaku Edo mura

Karakuri Memorial Museum

Gohei Zeniya Memorial Hall

Ishikawa Zoo

National Crafts Museum 

KANAZAWA Literary Hall    

Kanazawa Phonograph Museum     

Tokuda Shusei Kinenkan Museum   

The Old Site of Mr. Kurando Terashima's House 

Kanazawa Nakamura Memorial Museum    

Great People of Kanazawa Memorial  Museum    

Kanazawa Folklore Museum   

Kanazawa Noh Museum 

Kanazawa Shinise Memorial Museum        

Muro Saisei Kinenkan Museum       

Yoshiro and Yoshio Taniguchi Museum of Architecture, Kanazawa

Kanazawa Yuwaku Yumeji-kan Museum 

        

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