Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of Traditional Arts and Crafts

Kanazawa is the town of traditional craft. Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of Traditional Arts and Crafts introduces 36 designated traditional crafts of Ishikawa prefecture including the creation process. Many types of wonderful crafts such as Kaga Yuzen, one of the technique of dyeing silk, Kanazawa Haku, the golden leaves, and Mizuhiki, the decorative cords, and articles are classified into groups such as clothes, food, shelter, prayers, entertainment, sounds and festivals are exhibited here. Introducing different cutting-edge crafts in the special exhibition each month, it also has a museum shop that sells distinctive products which is one of the highlights of this museum. On weekends, demonstrations and workshops of traditional crafts are held.

Address
1-1 Kenrokumachi, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa
Contact No.
+81-76-262-2020
Access
12-min bus ride by Hokutetsu Bus No.10.11 and 12 from JR Kanazawa Station, get off at Dewamachi bus stop followed by a min's walk.
Opening Hours / Holidays
9:00-17:00
Closed: Every third Thursday from April to November; Every Thursdays from December to March, year-end and New Year holidays (except Thursdays on national holidays)
Official Website
http://www.ishikawa-densankan.jp/
Time Required
30 minutes
Admission fee
260 yen

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

36 designated traditional crafts of Ishikawa prefecture are displayed

Introducing traditional crafts of Ishikawa prefecture in 36 categories with its creation process. A lot of articles are classified into such group as  clothes, food, shelter, prayers, entertainment, sounds and festivals, and it is worth seeing. Their excellent technique, elaborate process, and the detailed beauty of the crafts are just overwhelming.

Museum shop filled with distinctive items!

The museum shop that sells different fashionable items is one of the highlights of this museum where you are provided with a one-of-a-kind modern-arranged traditional crafts. Pieces are also sold in collaboration with the special exhibition.

Craft workshops by qualified traditional craftsmen

On Saturdays and Sundays, demonstrations and workshops by qualified traditional craftsmen are held. You can try to make traditional crafts. They hold seasonal workshops such as Shugi bukuro, the Japanese envelope for wedding celebrations, and Mizuhiki, decorative Japanese cord made from twisted paper.

Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of Traditional Arts and Crafts

Kanazawa is the town of traditional craft. Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of Traditional Arts and Crafts introduces 36 designated traditional crafts of Ishikawa prefecture including the creation process. Many types of wonderful crafts such as Kaga Yuzen, one of the technique of dyeing silk, Kanazawa Haku, the golden leaves, and Mizuhiki, the decorative cords, and articles are classified into groups such as clothes, food, shelter, prayers, entertainment, sounds and festivals are exhibited here. Introducing different cutting-edge crafts in the special exhibition each month, it also has a museum shop that sells distinctive products which is one of the highlights of this museum. On weekends, demonstrations and workshops of traditional crafts are held.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

36 designated traditional crafts of Ishikawa prefecture are displayed

Introducing traditional crafts of Ishikawa prefecture in 36 categories with its creation process. A lot of articles are classified into such group as  clothes, food, shelter, prayers, entertainment, sounds and festivals, and it is worth seeing. Their excellent technique, elaborate process, and the detailed beauty of the crafts are just overwhelming.

Museum shop filled with distinctive items!

The museum shop that sells different fashionable items is one of the highlights of this museum where you are provided with a one-of-a-kind modern-arranged traditional crafts. Pieces are also sold in collaboration with the special exhibition.

Craft workshops by qualified traditional craftsmen

On Saturdays and Sundays, demonstrations and workshops by qualified traditional craftsmen are held. You can try to make traditional crafts. They hold seasonal workshops such as Shugi bukuro, the Japanese envelope for wedding celebrations, and Mizuhiki, decorative Japanese cord made from twisted paper.