The Museum, Archaeological Institute of Kashihara, Nara Prefecture 奈良県立橿原考古学研究所附属博物館
A fascinating museum brimming with historic treasures
The Archaeological Institute of Kashihara holds a number of important treasures from excavations throughout Nara Prefecture . With exhibits ranging from the Late Stone Age (approx. 40,000 B.C.–10,000 B.C.) to the Muromachi period (1336-1573), visit this museum for a comprehensive overview of Japan's archaeological history within a local context.
- Exploring the earliest parts of Japanese history
- Seeing the ancient treasures from Fujinoki Tomb
- Catching special and temporary exhibits as well as the permanent displays
How to Get There
The most convenient way to reach the museum is by train.
The museum is a five-minute walk from Unebigoryomae Station on the Kintetsu Line. From Kashiharajingu-mae Station, your walk will take you roughly 15-minutes.
Exploring regional history
The museum aims to educate visitors about Japan's ancient Yamato culture and the role it has played throughout the ages.
Located in the center of one of Nara's most historic areas, The Archaeological Institute of Kashihara provides a context for local history. Exhibits, maps, dioramas and other artifacts are grouped into time periods and spread across three main rooms.
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