Kanazawa, retro architecture “Kanazawa Museum of Life”
It used to be Ishikawa Second Junior High School.
It is a retro wooden building. Originally, Ishikawa Prefecture Second Junior High School. It looks like a school, a picture-perfect old wooden school. It’s an old school with a somewhat urban feel rather than the countryside. Amazing. It seems that this school building is no longer in use, and there is a reinforced concrete building next to this building. In addition, there is a playground behind this building, and he is a fairly large site. The location is at the top of the slope of Kenrokuen and Noh theater. Get off at the bus stop “Tobume Hokuriku Gakuin Mae” and he is on this street. When he entered the entrance, he was right in front of the street in the middle, and there is the current “Museum of Life”. It looks like it was built in 1897. When you enter, you’ll see a lot of familiar school group photos of former graduates, students, and teachers. All the photos are unfamiliar, but I’m reminded of what it was like before the war.
A “television” with legs is on display.
In addition, there are many old daily necessities displayed in the other exhibits in the classroom. I forgot gas or electricity, but I had both, and there was a “rice cooker” on display. As long as I can remember it. In addition, old toys are lined up. “Baseball game” or “life game”, he was playing with such things. Although I felt like there was no “ponjang”. Also, the scenery of the old classroom, with a blackboard, a small sect, and rows of desks and chairs. It’s a landscape like that. Takeo’s is very retro and old feeling, but the inside is modern and very beautiful. Isn’t that great?
“Kanazawa Excursion Ticket” is advantageous.
If you go out of this building and go down the street, you will find many tourist buildings towards Kenrokuen Garden and Kanazawa Castle. Isn’t this course good for sightseeing? However, the bus driver warned us that the bus fare up to this point is not included in the Kanazawa tour ticket. No charge was taken. How easy. This round trip ticket is very convenient to use. Kanazawa doesn’t have a subway, so he always waits at the bus stop. In addition, he seems to be able to take any bus around Kanazawa Castle, and the fare for one ride is 100 or 200 yen, and the “Kanazawa Excursion Ticket” is 500 yen, which is the most reasonable price. Kanazawa is a very nice city.