Ishikawa Prefectural History Museum - Jeonju National Museum has been actively engaged in exchange activities since it signed an agreement with the Ishikawa Prefectural History Museum in Japan on January 18, 1991. These two museums continue to hold special exhibitions to commemorate exchanges once every five years, including personal exchanges every year, to promote cultural exchanges between Korea and Japan, and to strengthen friendly relations.
Overview of Ishikawa Prefectural History Museum
Ishikawa Prefectural History Museum in the Honshu region of Japan is located within Honda Forest Park. This place was used as an army armory during World War II, and the building where Kanazawa University of Arts and Crafts was built in the postwar period was used as a museum. Since the museum building itself is historical material, it was designated as an important cultural property in 1990. The building used as a museum is a two-story red brick building with 3 buildings in total. The museum reopened in the spring of 2015, and to commemorate this, an exchange exhibition was held in the fall of 2015.
Exchange and Exhibition Status between Jeonju National Museum and Ishikawa Prefectural Museum
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|1991 ~ 2000
|Exchanging 10 artifacts every other year for one year
|Special Exhibition in Commemoration of the 5th Anniversary of Sister Hall Exchange, “Ancient and Medieval East Asian Exchanges”
|Sister Hall Exchange 10th Anniversary Special Exhibition, “The Earth and Life of Korean-Japanese Ancient People”
|Special Exhibition in Commemoration of the 15th Anniversary of Sister Hall Exchange, “The essence of Korean culture-History and culture of Jeollabuk-do”
|"Special Exhibition, "Peace and Prosperity-Edo Period Ishikawa Culture Exhibition"
|"Sister Hall Exchange Special Exhibition, "The Joseon Dynasty-Feasts and Rituals"
|Special Exhibition for Sister Hall Exchange is under discussion
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