It has a lot of history, the environment is more unique, ha ha! ! !
The introduction to Jomon is quite distinctive and meaningful
The check-in is the Kawanebunkan, stepping into the long history of the Jomon period. Hachinohe City, Aomori Prefecture, was settled as early as the Jomon period. For thousands of years, the history and culture of Jomon have been inherited and continued in Hachinohe. A large number of unearthed cultural relics are exhibited in the Kawashin Bunkan (Hachinohe City Buried Cultural Heritage Center). Walking into the museum seems to have walked into their ancient memories. Address: Hachinohe City, Aomori Prefecture, Yokoyama 1 with a big character in the river. Opening hours: 9:00~17:00 [Cultural Relics in the Museum] The most representative cultural relic in the museum is the national treasure "Gasho Dolls". It has a history of about 3,500 years. I saw the earthen puppets sitting with their knees closed, their hands closed, and their postures are very realistic. It makes people imagine the life and customs of the Jomon period and is of great value for the study of wind speed in the Jomon period. In addition, there are many woodwork and lacquerware unearthed from the relics of the Sichuan Stone Age. 【Inside Activities】Kawashinbunkan will hold Jomon culture-related experience activities every Sunday, such as making Jomon pottery and experiencing primitive fire making. We did not catch up with the event day, which is a bit regretful. [Accommodation recommendation] We stayed at the Hachinohe Grand Sunpia apartment on this trip. The hotel provides natural hot springs, with a panoramic view of Hachinohe’s night view and sea view from the guest room, and free parking, which is ideal for vacationing. The staff is very nice and will make the bed on time every day. The experience is great.