Hyogo Prefectural Archaeological Museum
Hyogo Prefectural Archaeological Museum is an archaeological museum located in Harima-cho, Kako-gun, Hyogo Prefecture.
It was established on October 13, 2007 as a base for archeology in Hyogo Prefecture, which has the largest number of archaeological sites in Japan. The museum has a Buried Cultural Property Research Department, which is in charge of excavation research. There is a voluntary organization "Hyogo Archaeological Club" organized by "archaeologists" who conducts research, accumulation of resources such as materials, information, and knowledge, and training of human resources "archaeologists" who support their activities.
Located in the area adjacent to the Onaka Ruins, which is designated as a national historic site, it has the role of maintaining and managing this historic site as the Onaka Ruins Park (nicknamed "Harima Onaka Ancient Village"), and has traditionally been used. It is set up and operated as a participatory experience-based museum where visitors can participate and experience, rather than an exhibit-based museum where people can see the exhibits in the museum, and they are constantly conducting hands-on learning. On the basement floor, you can see the space where you can see the storage where various relics are stored, and you can also see the work that you can not usually see such as organizing the relics and metal processing. There is also a cafe in Kobe Fugetsudo in the entrance lobby, which is a place to take a break along with the historic park outside the building.
The symbol mark is designed by Takao Yamada. Imagine a hand that stretches up and down, and each hand has the meaning of grasping the future and exploring the past.
Hironobu Ishino --The first (April 2007-March 2015), became the Honorary Director from April 2015.
Seigo Wada-Second Generation (April 2015-)
Life-size ancient ship
Great King's sarcophagus Akashi human bone
Remarks --We rent out excavated items and materials such as photographs to museums in various parts of Japan.
Prefectural designated important tangible cultural property
Ichinogo Ruins (Himeji City) Excavated Items (44 Items)
Ichibe Ruins (Tamba City) Excavated Items (285 points)
Tsukuda Ruins (Awaji City) Excavated Items (589 points)
Items excavated from the Nanikaichi Ruins (Tamba City) (1,307 points)
Mound No. 6 of Katsuno (Ono City) Excavated items (10 points)
Tomb No. 6 of the Year Nogami (Miki City) Excavated items (327 points)
Omoteyama Ruins (Nishi-ku, Kobe City) Excavated small mirrors and other batch items (8 items)
Tamatsu Tanaka Ruins (Nishi-ku, Kobe City) Excavated items from flatland buildings (39 points)
Maruyama Ruins (Awaji City) Excavated Items (2)
Tari / Maeda Ruins (Tamba City) Collective excavated items from the earthen grave (20 points)
Mukaiyama No. 2 Mound (Asago City) Collective excavated items (10 points)
Handayama No. 1 and No. 2 Mounds Tomb (Tatsuno City) Collective excavated items (32 points)
Tomb No. 2 of Tobuko Ruins (Amagasaki City) Excavated items (11 points)
Otacho Ruins (Suma Ward, Kobe City) Engraved Inkstone (1 point)
Sanjo Kunotsubo Ruins (Ashiya City) Mokkan (1 point)
Hakasa Ruins (Toyooka City) Group line engraved wood products (2 points)
Uchibayama Yayoi Tomb Group (Tamba Sasayama City) Collective excavated items (186 points)
Square Ruins (Sanda City) Small Dotaku Molds and Related Items (33 Items)
Arihana Ruins (Sanda City) Iron Sword / Iron Ax (4 points)
National Ruins (Tamba City) Stone Tools (20 points)
Ding / Yanagase Ruins (Himeji City) Collective excavated items (12 points)
Sawa no Ura No. 2 Mound (Tamba Sasayama City) Collective excavated items (101 points)
Katsuo Keizuka (Kita-ku, Kobe) Collective excavated items (12 points)
Kamiitai Keizuka (Tamba Sasayama City) Collective excavated items (12 points)
Koinumaru Ruins (Tatsuno City) Collective excavated items (41 points)
Yamagaki Ruins (Tamba City) Collective excavated items (58 points)
Fukada Ruins (Toyooka City) Collective excavated items (70 points)
Rain flow ruins (Minamiawaji City) Collective excavated items (26 points)
Itai Teragaya Site (Tamba Sasayama City) Collective excavated items (462 points and 176 attached materials)
Exhibition section-Entrance exhibition "Toki no Gui"