All Museums and Art Galleries

Everywhere Museums & Art Galleries

Guide to Everywhere Museums and Art Galleries including all the main Museums and Art Galleries Everywhere.

  • Tomioka Silk Mill

    Tomioka Silk Mill is a historic silk mill that was the first in Japan to use mass production techniques based on imported French technology. This UNESCO World Heritage site exhibits the fully integrate industry approach that early Meiji Period Government had wished to develop, with the nearby Tajima Yahei Sericulture Read more [...]

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    Miyajima Museum of History and Folklore

    Miyajima Museum of History and Folklore was originally built in the 19th century as the residence of a wealthy merchant. Miyajima Museum of History and Folklore has on display is an extensive collection of approximately 3000 folklore items. Miyajima Museum of History and Folklore is on the famous Miyajima Island.

  • Sapporo Beer Museum

    The Sapporo Beer Museum is run by the Sapporo Brewing Company, offers free guided tours covering the history of beer in Japan and the process of brewing. At the end of the tour you can “taste” all the beer you want for 200 Yen per beer.

  • Former Hokkaido Government Office

    Former Hokkaido Government Office is western style building which was built in 1888 and was the center of government administration of Hokkaido in the early years of the development of the prefecture. Former Hokkaido Government Office is in central Sapporo, behind the current Hokkaido Government buiding. Today the Former Hokkaido Read more [...]

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    Traditional Arts & Crafts of Ishikawa

    Traditional Arts & Crafts of Ishikawa displays all the famous traditional arts and crafts of Ishikawa Prefecture (Kanazawa region) and offers visitors an introduction to the process of making these craft works. The museum also has a museum shop and cafe where visitors can actually touch the art and craft Read more [...]

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    Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of Art

    Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of Art (Kanazawa) showcases the fine arts and crafts of Ishikawa Prefecture. It exhibits paintings, oil paintings, sculptures, traditional arts and crafts whose artists have something to do with Ishikawa Prefecture including feudal Daimyo utensils using the Kaga Makie technique and a huge range of Kutani porcelain Read more [...]

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    21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art

    21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa offers both art and creations from wide-ranging fields related to art, including music, the performing arts, and film. 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art Kanazawa building was designed by two famous architects (Sejima Mazuyo and Nishizawa Ryue).

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    Shikoku Mura

    Shikoku Mura is an outdoor museum which features traditional farmhouses from all over the island of Shikoku that have been relocated to the site. The folk houses featured in Shikoku Mura are from the Edo to the Taisho Period. In addition to the houses many traditional tools are also on Read more [...]