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Kiriko Art Museum

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Kiriko festivals are held throughout Noto Peninsula between July and October. The festival style and schedule varies from region to region, but they all feature sacred, Japan Heritage-designated Kiriko lanterns on portable shrines. The atmosphere of the Kiriko festivals has been recreated at the Wajima Kiriko Art Museum by making clever use of lighting and sounds.

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Street address

6-1 Marine Town, Wajima City

Access

Route1

  • 3 minutes on foot from Wajima Marine Town bus stop

Route2

  • 13 minutes on foot from Wajima station(Wajima-eki-mae) bus stop

Opening Hours

8:00 - 17:00

Closed

Open throughout the year

Website

http://wajima-kiriko.com/en/

Best season

All year

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