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Regarding the 2024 Noto Peninsula Earthquake

Please check the following for the latest information on Noto Peninsula earthquake that occurred in Ishikawa Prefecture on January 1, 2024.

(Main temporary closures of museums and facilities)
Unnecessary travel to the Noto peninsula is currently restricted due to the restoration of affected areas. The situation of major tourist attractions in Kanazawa and Kaga is as follows.

・Kenrokuen Garden --------------- Open as usual
・Kanazawa Castle Park --------------- Open as usual *Some areas are off-limits
・Higashi Chaya District --------------- Open as usual
・Omicho Market --------------- Open as usual
・Nagamachi District (Nomura-ke Samurai Family Residence) --------------- Open as usual
・21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa --------------- Open as usual *Some areas are off-limits
・D.T. Suzuki Museum --------------- Open as usual

・Natadera Temple --------------- Open as usual
・Yunokuni no Mori --------------- Open as usual
・Yugekaido Street (Yamanaka Onsen) --------------- Open as usual

(Latest public transportation information)
JR West Japan Train Service Information (Rail)

NEXCO Central Japan (Highways)

(Other information on earthquakes in Ishikawa Prefecture)