The remain ‘Kamegaoka’ (B.C 4000)

Sun-grassed clay doll was excavated in here.



The ruin Kamegaoka, which have been designated as national historical remain since 1944, is representative remain of late Jomon era (from B.C.1000 to B.C.300).


The ruin Kamegaoka has been famous as where beautiful and sophisticated artifacts were being unearthed since Edo era. This historical fact stipulated archeological technical term ‘Kamegaoka Culture'.


There are hills surrounded by damp ground. Remains of house, graves, lacquer products, jade products, and big sun-grassed clay dolls have been unearthed.



There is parking lot


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