The Jomon Period of Japanese history stretches from 14,000 BC to 300 BC. Jomopia Miyahata is an archaeological site that contains artifacts from the 2000-year period of the Middle, Late, and Final Jomon periods. The archives contain many artifacts and pottery from the Jomon era that were excavated in the area. Come and have a look into the early history of Japan and glimpse into the lives and culture of the people who lived during the Jomon period.
|Open||9:00am ~ 5:00 pm|
|Closed||Tuesdays (Open on Tuesday public holidays, closed on the following Wednesday), and New Year Holidays (Dec 29 ~ Jan 3)|
Entry to the facility is free, but the exhibition requires a ticket.
|Students (Under 18)||100 yen|
|Infants (Under 6)||Free|
Access from Fukushima Station
|Route||Tsukinowa keiyu Yanagawa (月の輪経由梁川)|
|Route||Tsukinowa keiyu Hobara (月の輪経由保原)|
|Route||Tsukinowadai Danchi (月の輪台団地)|
|Route||Tobushisho-mae keiyu Tsukinowadai Danch (東部支所経由月の輪台団地)|
|From||East Exit Bus Stop No. 3|
|Time||21 min (+5 min walk)|
・Mochizuri Kannon (3.7 km)