7 Sights in Nonoichi, Japan (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Nonoichi, Japan. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Nonoichi, Japan.

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1. 国立工芸館

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The National Crafts Museum is a museum of Japanese crafts in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. Still retaining the more formal, official designation National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo Craft Gallery (東京国立近代美術館工芸館), it forms part of the Independent Administrative Institution National Museum of Art . As part of the government policy of regional revitalization, the facility relocated in 2020 from Kitanomaru Park in Tokyo, where it first opened in 1977. It is now housed in two Western-style buildings of the Meiji period that have themselves been relocated from elsewhere in Kanazawa, reassembled, and restored, the 1898 Old 9th Division Command Headquarters and 1909 Old Army Generals Club. From the collection of some 3,800 items, by craftsmen from all over Japan, some 1,900 have been transferred, including approximately 1,400 by "holders" and preservers of Important Intangible Cultural Properties, who are often referred to as "Living National Treasures", and members of the Japan Art Academy.

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2. 金澤神社

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Kanazawa Shrine (金沢神社, Kanazawa Jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. Sugawara Michimasa is the chief priest deity. It is one of the shrines dedicated to the clan ancestors who were popular from the late Edo period to the early Meiji period. Also written as Kanazawa Shrine. It is adjacent to Kenrokuen.

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3. 兼六園

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Kenroku-en, located in Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan, is an old private garden. Along with Kairaku-en and Kōraku-en, Kenroku-en is one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. The grounds are open year-round except for December 29 through January 3 during daylight hours and famous for its beauty in all seasons; an admission fee is charged.

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4. 石浦神社

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Ishiura Shrine is a shrine in Honata -cho, Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture. The old business is a prefectural company. The name at the time of its founding is "Miwa Shrine". The Shikinai shrine, which is comparable to the "Miwa Shrine" in Kaga -gun, Kaga -gun, Kaga -gun, is said to be the oldest shrine in Kanazawa City.

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5. 成巽閣

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The Seisonkaku (成巽閣) is a large Japanese villa in the city of Kanazawa, built in 1863 by Maeda Nariyasu (1811–1884), 13th daimyō of the Kaga clan, as a retirement home for his mother Shinryu-in (眞龍院). A collection of her personal effects is open to the public.

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6. 御経塚遺跡公園

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御経塚遺跡公園 MathieuMD (If you can improve this photo development, ask me the RAW.) / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Okyōzuka Site is an archaeological site with the ruins of a middle to final Jōmon period settlement in the Kyōzuka neighborhood of the city of Nonoichi, Ishikawa in the Hokuriku region of Japan. The site was designated a National Historic Site of Japan in 1977.

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7. チカモリ遺跡公園

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The Chikamori Site is an archaeological site with the ruins of a late Jōmon period settlement in what is now the Shinbohon neighbourhood of the city of Kanazawa, Ishikawa in the Hokuriku region of Japan. It was designated a National Historic Site of Japan in 1987.

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