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It is the time travel to the Yayoi period at the "Itazuke ruins" which is in the center of Tokyo

It is the time travel to the Yayoi period at the "Itazuke ruins" which is in the center of Tokyo
Source: yokanavi.com
The Itazuke ruins in the modernistic city in Hakata, Fukuoka are the ruins which had lasted from the last part of the Jomon period to the latter part of the Yayoi period, and are designated as a National Historic Site. Children and adults can study culture of those days and the wisdom of a life with play, and can experience history. The place to which you entered is the Yayoi period. Open the door, and the trip in which you exceed time and space by the time capsule starts.
Fukuoka | Japan, 〒812-0888 Fukuoka-ken, Fukuoka-shi, Hakata-ku, Itazuke, 3 Chome−21−1
(Updated on: May 07, 2017)

The Itazuke ruins were discovered by the local archaeologist in 1950. He discovered Yuusu and Ongagawa earthenwares in a burdock field. The marks of paddy fields were found for the first time in Toro Ruins of Shizuoka, and the village surrounded by slots and the marks of paddy fields were also unearthed in the Itazuke ruins, so the early situation of the rice crop have been researched. The Fukuoka Municipal Board of Education fixed them as a historic park, the "village of the Yayoi period".
The Itazuke ruins is located in central east in the Fukuoka plain between the Mikasa river and the Morooka river. In its vast site, and ruins of the Yayoi period, the Paleolith era, the Jomon period, and medieval times are exhibited. In its site, V type slots are around pits in which food were saved, and they are ring slots of an elliptical form which are about 80 m of east and west and about 110 m of north and south.
Channels were drawn from the Morooka river into paddy fields, you can grasp the rice crop tackled with advanced technology such as dam controlling amount of water in a waterway and levee filled with earth. In the Itazuke ruins, it was proved that rice crop farming was started from the earliest time in Japan.
They are very important historic relics which show history from the last part of the Jomon to the latter part of the Yayoi with the moat colony on a low plateau, paddy fields, and a cemetery. In the dugout of the Itazuke ruins park and the experience type scientific library of the Itazuke ruins Yayoi hall, you can study the way of the Yayoi people's life. escaping from the hustle and bustle of the present day, how about time travel to a life of the Yayoi people and listening to their voice?
At the Itazuke ruins Yayoi hall, which was designed to represent the form of the dugout, you can study about the Itazuke ruins with a large-sized screen and model, as for its exhibits, they exhibit intelligibly what kind of tool the Yayoi people was using for every season and how he lived. Since most exhibition data are reconstructions based on excavation data, you can actually take in your hand and can see them.
In the glasscase, Yuusu earthenware of the last part of the Jomon and the Itazuke earthenware of early stages of the Yayoi are exhibited. The farm machines and implements which were actually being used by people of the Yayoi period, and the clothes made of hemp are exhibited, and they are interesting.
Access: In front of JR Hakata Station, Hakata Station traffic center No. 13
- Nishi-Nippon Railroad bus No. 40 system "Itazuke Danchi Daini" stop - 3 minutes on foot
Charge: No charge
Opening time: Itazuke ruins Yayoi hall 9:00~17:00
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