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Umenoki Site Park

Museum
Umenoki site is one of the major settlement sites around Mt. Yatsugatake from the Middle Jomon Period (c. 3,500?2,500 BC). Approximately 150 pit dwellings were discovered at this site, as well as a footpath leading to a river. It was designated National Historic Site in 2014. Umenoki Site Park was established in April 2018. The visitor center contains a small exhibition room, and provides restrooms (for men, women, and a multipurpose restroom) and a rental wheelchair. At this site park, a number of volunteers are involved in the reconstruction of pit dwellings to rebuild an authentic Jomon landscape.
Address
6315,Akeno-cho Asao Hokuto City Yamanashi
Category
Museum
Tel
0551-25-2019
Fax
0551-25-2019
Mail
gakujyutsu@city.hokuto.lg.jp
Opening Hours
8:30~17:00
Regular Holidays
Mondays
The day following a public holiday
Year end and New Year holidays
Price
free
Parking
15 regular-sized vehicles
1 large-sized vehicles
Access
15 minutes by car from the Sutama IC on the Chuo Expressway
20 minutes by taxi from Anayama Station on the JR Chuo Line
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