Yoshinogari Historical Park, Yoshinogari-cho
(4.2/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
At Yoshinogari Historical Park, you can explore the outstanding archaeological site, believed to be the earliest example of state government in the country. Beneath the ground here, archaeologists have uncovered elevated store houses, dozens of pit dwellings, and over 2,000 tombs, making it the largest and most important site in Japan, and an indispensable location for those who want to learn about the Yayoi period. Across the multiple ditch-and-palisade protected settlements, you can inspect and enter most of the reconstructed buildings, with some containing artifacts salvaged from the site. Near to the central settlement (thought to be where the ruling class would have resided), you'll find a museum filled with more artifacts and packed with information, with detailed English language translations. You can grab a meal at the saga restaurant on site, though it's worthwhile bringing along some water and snacks to sustain you as you explore the large park. To visit Yoshinogari Historical Park and get the most from your holiday in Yoshinogari-cho, create itinerary details personal to you using our Yoshinogari-cho itinerary planner.
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  • I went walking from JR tosu station. There is a lot of information that I m not be anxious. The building in front of maybe that yoshinogari, would emerge. Inside the Park is very large. No on is like buses, but did not at all time. I walked towards North traffic first. After visiting the Northern traffic staff visiting the North tomb's glasses, and walked further. Smell of the moment and sat and tried to get into the building hanging burst came. Pretty walk from the entrance, but also come. On the way back we walked to the Kanzaki station.
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  • Six Buri yoshinogari Park 2 times. It was during the week of December was empty and blame. Staff also hand was remiss in, and able to speak. And the Park is a very large theater to watch two hours is necessary.
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  • Yoshinogari Historical Park is in Saga Prefecture Kanzaki-gun yoshinogari-Cho 田手 1843 Street, has been restored to evoke time encircled villages of the ancient Yayoi period Japan's largest in the village. Settlement occurs when the growth and development to the Kuni and Yayoi is a glimpse of age social history park. Buildings scattered on a vast site (a soccer ground in 56 minutes), 1800 years ago appeared to be fascinating. From the watchtowers that vastness. Where invited to history research site excavated stored is visit you want.
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  • Incredible sense of history. The jar burials are astounding and very well presented. Plaques are presented in Japanese, Korean and English. Set aside at least 2 hours to see everything.
  • Very beautiful historical Ancient moats and palace! Imagine you were travel trough time, and arrive at forth defending an invasion. Feel the war!
  • Every elementary school student must come here. Very informative and interesting. Yayoi's story at its best. Prepare to walk, it took me around 2 hours to visit the site. I will probably come back.
  • Don't go during summer. It is too hot.
  • Big and detailed area. Very clean and good atmosphere. Descriptions on the plates for houses and other things should be more detailed.