|Yamagata Prefectural Museum|
|Town or city||Yamagata, Yamagata Prefecture|
Yamagata Prefectural Museum (山形県立博物館, Yamagata Kenritsu Hakubutsukan) is a prefectural museum in Yamagata, Japan, dedicated to the natural history and history of Yamagata Prefecture. The museum opened in Kajō Park ( 霞城公園 ) in 1971.
Saga Prefectural Museum opened in 1970 on the sannomaru site of Saga Castle in the city of Saga, Japan, in 1970. It is one of Japan's many museums which are supported by a prefecture.
Saga Prefectural Nagoya Castle Museum opened in 1993 in Karatsu, Saga Prefecture, Japan, on the site of Nagoya Castle, built in 1591 as the base for Hideyoshi's invasions of Korea. It displays artefacts excavated from the castle site and other materials relating to three main themes: (1) the history of exchange between the Japanese archipelago and Korean peninsula; (2) the preservation of the Special Historic Site of Nagoya Castle; (3) cultural and academic exchange between Japan and Korea. The 2,000,000th visit was in August 2010.
Ishikawa Prefectural History Museum is a prefectural museum in Kanazawa, Japan, dedicated to the history and culture of Ishikawa Prefecture. The three ICP red brick buildings date to 1909-14 and functioned first as the local arsenal, then after the Pacific War as the Kanazawa College of Art, before being converted into a museum in 1986.
Wakayama Prefectural Museum is a museum in Wakayama, Japan. It is one of Japan's many museums which are supported by a prefecture.
Miyazaki Prefectural Museum of Nature and History is a prefectural museum in Miyazaki, Japan, dedicated to the natural history and history of Miyazaki Prefecture. The museum opened in the grounds of Miyazaki Jingū in 1971.
Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum is a prefectural museum in Yamaguchi, Japan, dedicated to the natural history and history of Yamaguchi Prefecture. It also has displays relating to science, technology, and astronomy. The museum opened as the Bōchō Educational Museum in 1912 and moved to its present location in 1917, reopening as the Yamaguchi Prefectural Educational Museum. The current building dates to 1967. The museum celebrated its one hundredth anniversary in 2012.
Fukushima Museum is a prefectural museum in Aizuwakamatsu, Japan, dedicated to the natural history, history, and culture of Fukushima Prefecture. The museum opened in Tsuruga Castle Park in 1986.
Fukui Prefectural Museum of Cultural History is a prefectural museum in Fukui, Japan, dedicated to the history and culture of Fukui Prefecture. The museum opened in 1984 and reopened after refurbishment in 2003.
Niigata Prefectural Museum of History is a prefectural museum in Nagaoka, Japan, dedicated to the history of Niigata Prefecture. The museum opened in 2000.
Akita Prefectural Museum is a prefectural museum in the city of Akita, Japan. It houses a comprehensive display of archaeological artifacts, crafts, biological and geological samples pertaining to the history and folklore of Akita Prefecture.
Yamanashi Prefectural Museum opened in Fuefuki, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan in 2005. The collection relates to the natural history, history, and culture of Yamanashi Prefecture; special exhibitions are also held.
The Museum, Archaeological Institute of Kashihara, Nara Prefecture first opened under another name in Kashihara, Nara Prefecture, Japan, in 1940. The collection includes artefacts excavated from Fujinoki Kofun that have been designated a National Treasure. In addition to the permanent display, there are two special exhibitions each year, in spring and autumn.
Gifu Prefectural Museum opened in Seki, Gifu Prefecture, Japan, in 1976. The collection and its display relate the natural and culture history of the area.
Itokoku History Museum opened in Itoshima, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan in 2004. It supersedes the former Ito Historical Museum (伊都歴史資料館), which opened in July 1987. With a focus on cultural properties excavated from the area, the museum's collection numbers some 19,500 objects. The display includes an assemblage of Yayoi-period artefacts excavated from the Hirabaru burial site (平原遺跡) that has been designated a National Treasure.
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