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Togariishi Jomon Archaeological Museum

4734-132 Toyohira, Chino 391-0213, Nagano Prefecture
+81 266-76-2270
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A fascinating insight into the Jomon period.

This is a super little museum dedicated to the Jomon period ( C 14000-1000BCE) with artefacts from... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
nobunaga2017
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London, United Kingdom
Must see for Art and History students

This museum tucked in the hills of Chino is absolutely a treasure and a place that is wonderful... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2017
Prepcook
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Fussa, Japan
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6 days ago
“A fascinating insight into the Jomon period.”
8 Aug 2017
“Must see for Art and History students”
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4734-132 Toyohira, Chino 391-0213, Nagano Prefecture
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+81 266-76-2270
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Reviewed 6 days ago

This is a super little museum dedicated to the Jomon period ( C 14000-1000BCE) with artefacts from excavations from the Nagano area .The museum consists of a number of rooms where the artefacts are displayed and a "hands on area" where a group was making...More

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Reviewed 9 August 2017

This museum tucked in the hills of Chino is absolutely a treasure and a place that is wonderful for art history students of all ages. There is still a major archeological dig going on in the surrounding area and the nearly six miles of walking...More

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Reviewed 5 February 2017

Many clay objects made here 2,000-4,000 years ago are exhibited in this small museum. Two magical and abstract clay figures, Venus in JYOUMON period and Goddess with mask, are Japanese national treasures. If you see them, you may touch Japanese wild sprite behind pure arts...More

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