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A tranquil experience compared to many other museums, temples and shrines.
It's walking distance from the 21st Century Museum of Art.... and a must visit for amazing architecture and great thought provoking quotes by the late Zen philosopher D.T Suzuki
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Shima Kanazawa
For readers of "Memoirs of a Geisha" this museum will bring images to life.
Though the museum was a little bit small, the kiriko/festival lanterns inside were amazing.
After going to this small museum which displays the lantern floats I want to go back for the matsuri (festival) in August.
I have seen quite a few Automotive Museums in several countries and travel with groups of committed enthusiasts and our unanimous opinion was that this Museum is a must see.
A generation who grew up with LP’s, 45 rpm and 33 rpm music or remember the passing of 78’s will find the museum fascinating.
A local man's passion, his collection of phonographs, is housed in this lovely museum.
It's definitely worth your attention and contains some of the best work I have ever seen in Japan and I have been to lots of Japanese galleries and museums.
This very well-done museum provided an hour of delightful viewing of some of the most exquisite hand crafts I’ve ever seen.
Very informative small museum that shows how gold leaf was made, a tradition of Kanazawa.
This small museum does exactly what it says.
Having visited a couple of space museums in the US and even participating in space camp for teachers, it was a fresh perspective on space exploration and made for a fun hour or so.