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Korekawa Archaeological Museum

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Korekawa Museum: worthwhile sight in Hachinohe

Stone Age ("Jomon") people inhabited the area of northern Japan near modern-day Hachinohe at least... read more

Reviewed 7 February 2015
Andrew1234
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Doylestown, Pennsylvania
Interesting museum

You can tell a lot of money has been invested in this museum - it's a little way out of town so... read more

Reviewed 4 May 2014
millavanilla1991
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Jaffna, Sri Lanka
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Feb 7, 2015
“Korekawa Museum: worthwhile sight in Hachinohe”
May 4, 2014
“Interesting museum”
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1 Yokoyama, Korekawa, Hachinohe 031-0023, Aomori Prefecture
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+81 178-38-9511
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Reviewed 7 February 2015

Stone Age ("Jomon") people inhabited the area of northern Japan near modern-day Hachinohe at least 5000 years ago. Judging from the artfulness of the excavated artifacts on display at Korekawa Museum, the ancients had developed sophisticated techniques for creating beautiful and useful everyday objects and...More

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Reviewed 4 May 2014 via mobile

You can tell a lot of money has been invested in this museum - it's a little way out of town so you'll need a car or to take a bus. The jomon stuff is impressive and there's also a small gift shop. If you...More

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