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Ishikawa Prefectural History Museum (石川県立歴史博物館 Ishikawa Kenritsu Rekishi Hakubutsukan) is a prefectural museum in Kanazawa, Japan, dedicated to the history and culture of Ishikawa Prefecture. The three ICP red brick buildings date to 1909-14 and functioned first as the local arsenal, then after...
Kanazawa Station (金沢駅 Kanazawa-eki) is a major railway station in Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan, operated by West Japan Railway Company (JR West), the private railway operator Hokuriku Railroad, and the third-sector operator IR Ishikawa Railway.
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温泉、観光、旅行、宿泊の予約についてのお役立ち情報を掲載しています。国内の観光旅行なら北陸・石川県の加賀温泉郷が絶対オススメです。
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Dedicated to the history of Hashidate and the kitamaebune, north-bound ships stationed in Kaga Province that traded with Hokkaido.
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金沢市長町武家屋敷跡界隈にて、建物・庭園を一般公開しています。
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Located in the central part of the mainland of Japan. The southeast area of the city faces the mountains and the northwest area faces the Sea of Japan. Kanazawa has a population of 466,414 (as of November 2016), and it is the center of the economy and cul
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The Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of Traditional Arts and Crafts (石川県立伝統産業工芸館) is a museum about traditional arts and crafts located in Kenroku-en, Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture. The museum exhibits 36 different types of crafts of Ishikawa Prefecture, which
Primarily a place for self-reflection, the D.T. Suzuki Museum commemorates the life and the philosophy of one of Suzuki Daisetz Teitaro (1870-1966), an important Japanese Zen philosopher born in Kanazawa.
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Opened in 2004 and designed by the Tokyo architects of SANAA, the museum is located near Kenroku-en and the Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of Art. The museum is of circular shape and has a diameter of some 113 metres. The outer walls are made of glass; four
Kanazawa Station Guide - Station facilities, Kanazawa train lines, Hokuriku Shinkansen. Kanazawa Station maps, hotels, shopping and dining.
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National and municipal cultural properties in Nonoichi, Ishikawa Prefecture (by Nonoichi Board of Education Cultural Promotion Division).
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Yuzen refers to a traditional technique of dyeing silk fabrics for kimonos or products made with the technique.
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Ishikawa travel guide, with information on history (the Maeda clan of Kaga Domain), nature and sightseeing (Noto Peninsula, Kanazawa), etc.
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A condensed history of Ishikawa from Edo Period (via Internet Archive).
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With photographs and information on traditional crafts and cultures, including lacquerware, porcelain, embroidery, history and foods.
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Includes school educational goals, history, alumni association, annual events, daily schedule, tuition and fees, staff and student academic
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Features photo gallery and historical look at school over 80 years.
With departments of letters, education, law, economics, science, medicine, pharmaceuticals, and engineering. Also guide to graduate and
Information on faculty, research institute, extra curricular activities, school history and library research.
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The Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST, 北陸先端科学技術大学院大学, hokuriku sentan kagaku gijutsu daigakuin daigaku) is a postgraduate university in Japan, established in 1990. JAIST was established in the centre of Ishikawa Science Park (ISP).
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