Kanazawa Literary Hall
Home of literature
The hall, which has been designated as a historical building to be preserved and as a national tangible cultural asset, is familiar to local residents as a landmark near Asanogawa-ohashi Bridge. Belongings and manuscripts of Hiroyuki Itsuki, a writer with a connection to Kanazawa, and books that have been awarded the Izumi Kyoka prize are on exhibit here. The hall is used as a venue for literary activities.
- 10:00am~6:00pm (Admission until 5:30pm)
- Tuesdays (When Tuesday is a holiday, the following weekday) Year-end and
New Year’s holidays (12/29~1/3)
Adults ¥100/ High school students or younger: free/ Annual pass: Adult ¥1,040, University student: ¥520 Access: Hokutetsu bus: Kanazawa Station to Owari-cho or Hashiba-cho, and walk for 3 min/ Loop bus (R-Loop): Kanazawa Station to Hashiba-cho (Kinjoro) and walk
for 1 min/ Flat bus (Konohana route): Kanazawa Station to Citizen’s Culture Museum and walk for 5min.
- 1-7-10 Owari-cho, Kanazawa, Ishikawa 920-0902
- [TEL] 076-263-2444 [FAX] 076-263-2443