Just 3 Minutes from Joetsu Myoko Sation! Experience Ancient Japan at the Yayoi Museum
In front of the West exit of Hokuriku Shinkansen Station at Joetsu Myoko spreads the historical site where the remains of ancient cooking tools such as "kamafuta" were discovered. In addition to the exhibition of the ancient ruins that were found, the historical park and guidance facility offers visitors the opportunity to create "ancient" jewelery or earthenware pots. It's close enough to the station that in the time it takes between train departures at the station, visitors can "slip through time" and experience ancient culture.
|Name:||Joetsu Rekishi kan (Joetsu History Museum) Kamabuta Iseki guidance (Historical Site Guidance Center in Kamabuta)|
|Open hours:||Open year-round.
Closed on Tuesdays (or the following day if Tuesday is a holiday.) losed for New Year's holiday December 29 to January 3.
|Program hours:||9:00 am to 5:00 pm|
|Time required:||from 30 minutes|
|Reservations:||Reservations not required. If in a large group of 10 or more, please contact us prior to your visit.|
|Number of participants:||1 to 40 people (for craft making)|
|Cost:||Free Admission. Earthen whistle: ¥100. Earthen utensils: ¥100 ~¥300. Magadama pendant: ¥150. Trying on a traditional smock: free. Making fire: free.|
|Apply to:||Kamafuta Iseki Guidance|