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 are Kaga Yuzen Silk Dyeing, Ushikubi Pongee, Kaga Embroidery, Noto Linen, Kanazawa Japanese Umbrella, Kaga Paper Stencils, Kutani Porcelain, Wajima Urushi Lacquer Ware, Yamanaka Urushi Lacquer Ware, Kanazawa Urushi Lacquer Ware, Suzu Pottery, Kanazawa Ohi Ware, Kanazawa Tea Ceremony Kettle, Kanazawa Gold Leaf, Ishikawa's Washi Paper, Kanazawa Paulownia Ware, Kaga Cypress Wickerwork, Kaga Inlay, Kanazawa Scroll Mounts, Bamboo Wickerwork, Kaga Tsurugi Edged Steel, Kanazawa Buddhist Altar, Nanao Buddhist Altar, Mikawa Buddhist Altar, Nanao Japanese Candles, Kaga Decorative Fishing Flies Bait, Kaga Fishing Rod, Kanazawa Traditional Local Toys, Kanazawa Koto, Kanazawa Sangen, Kaga Taiko, Kanazawa Bronze Gong, Kaga Lion Dance Mask, Kaga Lantern, Kaga Mizuhiki and Noto Fireworks. The crafts are displayed in a dim-lighted ambient with description available in English. It is divided into permanent exhibition areas and special exhibition areas. The permanent exhibition areas is divided into clothes, festivals, foods, houses and prayers sections.