Togariishi Jomon Archaeological Museum, Chino

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  • Accommodation exhibits two of five national treasures figurine. Clay figurines which are forming looks very nice and its eyes were deprived of. Also a lot of pottery containing the pattern with 8 Mt. Jomon culture ruins are excavated well besides the snakes and wild boar had been exhibited. I felt the beauty of Northeast Northern Jomon ruins of Hokkaido are aiming for registration as a world heritage site with a difference.
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  • Jomon people had Venus the goddess figurines! Exhibit staff gave careful explanation. Figurines and pottery as well as are exhibited, such as obsidian and jade, then cloth. Corner, so make clay, so you want to join now.
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  • This seems have a lot of Jomon ruins, is one of them. Jomon Venus is just around the corner is better seen. Admission is 500 yen and was a bit expensive. The restored ruins of dwellings and apex stones seen on the set. Souvenir shop, there was clay-salt youkan, clay ties.
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Chino itself possesses a few accommodations, most of them unfussy hotels with onsite communal bathhouses (using geothermal waters, a real draw of the area), located close to the main train station. Many opt instead to stay at Suwa to the north, where lakeside lodgings are a little more upmarket and well maintained. Alternatively, visitors to Chino choose to stay to the east of the main city center, where hot spring resorts sit in secluded, scenic locations in the highland areas.
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