Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of Traditional Products & Crafts
Inside the Castle Park, Seison-kaku is a retirement villa built by a Maeda lord for his mother in 1863. Elegant chambers named for trees...
Ishikawa Prefectural Art Museum
All the local specialties are covered here with an emphasis on Kutani porcelain, Japanese painting and Kaga yūzen (silk-dyed) fabrics...
Ranked as one of the top three gardens in Japan (the other two are Kairaku-en in Mito, and Kōraku-en in Okayama), this Edo period garden...
Ishikawa Prefectural Nō Theatre
Nō theatre is alive and well in Kanazawa. Weekly performances take place here, during summer.
Lonely Planet review
This small museum offers fine displays of over 20 regional crafts. Pick up the free English-language headphone guide.