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Omori Midden Site Park, Shinagawa
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  • Surrounding the so-called Omori Shell Mound Park, mountain stock Valley and train when I went, and preached to a group of elementary school students had much fun in that. If you go back to elementary school students in parks in urban areas in our precious children running around the various deployment here wants to play with them! Seems to make good Park in. There is historic, but feels like a bonus.
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  • Omori was textbook stuff. Dr. Mohs and I say, look out the train window "owns the mound then" said, it seems that 駆ke付keta. Park its historic importance was made pay homage to what is, relatively sober. It is the less well is not impressive. While I thought it as the place where you can enjoy will work if you do a lot more tricks, and one we would not, I cool off.
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  •  The Omori shell mound site seems to be very few people actually visited the famous? Exactly two places and the Omori shell ischemic Monument near the train station is in the premises of the NTT. Dr. Morse came to this kitchen Midden was destroyed in the construction of the railway and the name Kai ischemic monument. People back here thinking and the Omori Shell mounds, but walked 10 minutes further is the Omori Shell Mound Park real lies ahead. I think good looking along Park itself was better chotsu and the Shinagawa History Museum is so displayed detail history of the Omori Shell mounds. Can take family who liked enough miracles Dr. Morse is a prominent scholar representing the United States at the time, just came to Japan of the Meiji Restoration, Japan and returned to Japan to tour all over Japan, left the manners and customs of the Japanese at that time, life records found in this museum.
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