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“Reviving Golden Treasure National Treasure Miyajidake Burial Mound World of Treasures” opens on 10/22 (Sat) at Joshin Ono Furusato Museum!
From Saturday, October 22, 2022 to Sunday, December 18, 2020, the Onojoshin Furusato Museum will hold a special exhibition commemorating the 50th anniversary of Onojo City’s municipality, “The Reviving Golden Treasure, The World of Treasures Excavated from the National Treasure Miyajidake Burial Mound.” ” will be held!
[Name] Onojo City 50th Anniversary Special Exhibition
“Reviving Golden Treasure National Treasure World of Treasures Excavated from Miyajidake Burial Mound”
[Date] October 22nd (Sat) to December 18th (Sun), 2022
[Meeting place] Onojoshin Furusatokan (3-8-3 Akebonocho, Onojo City, Fukuoka Prefecture)
[Opening hours] 9:00-17:00 (entrance until 16:30)
[Closed] Mondays (If Monday is a holiday, the following weekday) [Host] Onojoshin Furusatokan, Onojo City, Onojo City Board of Education [Co-sponsored] Nishinihon Shimbun
[Admission fee] General 300 yen (250 yen), free for high school students and younger, free for Onojo citizens in commemoration of the city’s 50th anniversary (present address)
*Prices in parentheses are for groups of 20 or more, or for members of the Cocofuru Tomonokai.
*Physical disability certificate, mental disability certificate, rehabilitation certificate, specific medical expenses (designated intractable disease) recipient certificate, specific disease medical care recipient certificate, congenital blood coagulation factor disorder medical recipient certificate, childhood specific chronic disease Free admission for one caregiver of a person who presents a medical care recipient certificate, etc.
*This museum is working to prevent the spread of new coronavirus infections. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. ◆◆About the exhibition◆◆◆
The Miyajidake Burial Mound built in the precincts of Miyajidake Shrine. A wealth of burial goods, such as gilt-bronze harnesses and large gilt-bronze-clad swords dedicated to a person who was in charge of maritime transportation in the Genkai Sea and who had a deep connection with the Yamato sovereignty, has been designated as a national treasure. This exhibition will be a valuable opportunity to bring together the gorgeous, golden, and gorgeous artifacts unearthed from the Miyajidake Burial Mound. Furthermore, we hope that you will enjoy the ancient beauty and craftsmanship together with the items excavated from the surrounding burial mounds and reproduction reproductions of Shosoin treasures.
A group of fishermen in the Genkai Sea
The window of exchange with the continent, the Uminchu who were active on the “Genkai Sea Coast”
“Earth weight” excavated from the Uminonakamichi Ruins, Fukuoka City Archaeological Property Center
◆The World of Artifacts Excavated from Miyajidake Burial Mound “Golden horse harness”
“National Treasure Tsubo Stirrup” Miyajidake Burial Mound, Miyajidake Shrine collection; Image provided by Tokyo National Museum ImageTNM Image Archives
“National Treasure Gilded Bronze Mirror Plate Mounting” Excavated from the Miyajidake Burial Mound Miyajidake Shrine Collection Image provided by Tokyo National Museum ImageTNM Image Archives
The revived glimmer of the decorative sword
“Gold bronze head shii-dachi (restored product)” Original article excavated from Miyajidake burial mound, Kyushu National Museum collection
Pioneer of new Buddhist culture
“National Treasure with Lid Copper Plate/Remaining Copper Plate” Image provided by Kyushu National Museum
◆Chief Tumulus on the Genkai Sea Coast
“Magatama, Kodama, Kandama” excavated from Nuyama Shozono Tumulus Fukutsu City Board of Education
new discovery! Rare harness excavated from the Funahara Burial Mound [Image 8
“Two consecutive three-leaved heart-shaped apricot leaves (restored product)” Original: Excavated from Funabara Kofun No. 1 pit Koga City Board of Education
◆ Shosoin on the ground
Revived Shosoin Treasures
■ Sale of exhibition-related goods
A large collection of popular burial mound goods!
■■Information about previews■■
Before the opening, the curator in charge will guide you through the overview and highlights of this exhibition. Please join us.
Date and time: October 21, 2020 (Friday) 10:30 a.m. to noon End (planned) Participation: Free
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