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Idojiri Archaeological Museum

Museum
The establishment of the Idojiri Archaeological Museum stems from community-based excavation at Idojiri, a Middle Jomon Period (c. 3,500?2,500 BC) site complex, that involved participation independent scholars, school teachers, and local residents from 1958. The museum is located at the southern foot of Mt Yatsugatake and provides a magnificent view of Mt. Fuji, Mt. Kai-Komagatake and the three peaks of Mt. Houo. The highlight of the archaeological collection are artifacts from Idojiri and the Middle Jomon site complex around Idojiri. The exhibition of this museum centers on the Jomon cultivate plant hypothesis and the iconographical interpretation of the patterns of Jomon pottery vessels advocated by local authorities.
Address
7053,Sakai Suwa-gun Fujimi-machi Nagano
Category
Museum
Tel
0266-64-2044
Fax
0266-64-2787
Mail
idojiri@town.fujimi.lg.jp
Opening Hours
9:00~17:00
Regular Holidays
Mondays (Open Monday and closed the following day if Monday is a public holiday.)
The day following a public holiday
Year end and New Year holidays
Price
Adults (high school age and above) 300 yen *310 yen from October 2019 (planned)
Children (elementary and junior high school students) 150 yen
Parking
60 vehicles
Access
15 minutes on foot from Shinanosakai Station on the JR Chuo Main Line
Approx. 15 minutes by car from the Kobuchizawa IC on the Chuo Expressway
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