More than 1,000 items are housed in the museum, including the main collection of scrolls, tea bowls, tea caddys, teakettles and containers for fresh water for the tea ceremony, as well as works of art such as Kokutani ceramic ware, Kaga-makie lacquerware, folding screens and scrolls made after early-modern times, and works produced by local Kanazawa artists in the modern era.
This museum is well known all over Japan as a museum housing and exhibiting tea-ceremony utensils.Information
Kanazawa Shiritsu Nakamura Memorial Museum
Open : 9:30am ~ 5:00pm (Admission until 4:30pm)
Closed : Year-end and New Year’s holidays (Dec.29 ~ Jan. 3) and periods of exhibit change
Group (20 or more people) ¥250
65 year old or older: ¥200 (free on holidays)
High school students or younger: free
* Admission for special exhibitions varies.