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Special Historical Site Sannai-Maruyama Site特別史跡 三内丸山遺跡

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Here is the largest Jomon village ruins in Japan which was discovered in an exploration conducted in 1992. It was designated as a National Special Historic Site in 2000. The large pillar-supported buildings that suddenly appear in a vast field were built by erecting chestnut wood pillars in holes dug into the ground. It is thought to have been a building of rectangle shape with six pillars with a large, high floor. You can also see pit dwellings and pillar constructions as well as the special feature of many earthen figures.

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Aomori Pref. Aomorishi Sannai Maruyama (AomoriArea)

phone 0177816078
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9:00-17:00
[6/1-9/30] 9:00-18:00
※ admission until 30 minutes closing

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Address
Aomori Pref. Aomorishi Sannai Maruyama [ map ]
Area
AomoriArea
Phone
0177816078
Hours
9:00-17:00
[6/1-9/30] 9:00-18:00
※ admission until 30 minutes closing
Closed
12/30-1/1
※ [From 2019 Apr.] 4th Monday (The next day for Public holiday), 12/30-1/1
Fees
Free admission
※ [From 4 Monday 2019] General 410 yen (330 yen), students (High School Students or higher) 200 yen (160 yen)
※ Junior High School Students or less Free
※ () is 20 people and above Fees for groups
※ Other Special exhibition Admission fee to view separately
Parking Lot
Available(510spaces)
Credit Card
Not available
Note
[2019/3/18-2019/4/5] Newly closed as the Sannai Maruyama Archaeological Center in preparation for opening

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          Centuries-old stories of samurai at Kakunodate and the remains of millennia-old archaeological sites including the likes of Isedotai invite history buffs to delve into Aomori's fascinating history. As the most northern prefecture on the Japanese mainland, Aomori enjoys a cooler climate, which makes it a welcome escape from the southern cities for combining castles, art galleries, and summer festivals with the great outdoors.

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