Togariishi Jomon Archaeological Museum, Chino

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  • August 8, 2017
    This museum tucked in the hills of Chino is absolutely a treasure and a place that is wonderful for art history students of all ages. There is still a major archeological dig going on in the surroundi...  more »
  • August 3, 2017
    This July to the grandchildren, revisited. When looking at beautiful figurines. Also, more experience. Lack of discretion of Jomon pottery, until now, thought and writing, but there, press it and make that the did not know. It is the craftsmanship of the Jomon period. Teaching grandchildren to know in the body, as well as knowledge. Girls dressed in the Jomon period, was delighted. 2 treasure figurine birthday (think date discovered) masked goddess, 8/23, Jomon Venus 9/8, is is admission free. 9/9-10/22 also said is admission free. When I went to view autumn leaves about in the Polygonaceae family, and thinking about going.
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  • July 30, 2017
    Ancient warm Venus is unmissable. Take the real thing was published in textbooks and conveyed ideas at the time. Doing so many artifacts will be on display, will children go on field trips, adults can visit.
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