Kawanishi City Kawanishi City Kamo Ruins Yayoi Village Stamp Rally will be held

Kawanishi City
[Kawanishi City] Kamo Ruins Yayoi Village Stamp Rally will be held
A stamp rally will be held around the characteristic places of the Kamo Ruins, a nationally designated historic site, which is a large Yayoi period settlement representing the Kinki region.
There is also a corner where you can experience a fire, a kantogi (old-fashioned costume), a simulated hunting experience, and an exhibition of restored ancient cloth. Commemorative goods will be presented to the first 200 people who collect stamps and reach the goal.
“Participation fee is free.”
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The Kamo Ruins, located in Kawanishi City, were discovered in 1915, and subsequent research revealed that the ruins spanned from the Paleolithic/Jomon period to the Nara/Heian period.
Especially in the middle of the Yayoi period, it was designated as a national historic site in 2000 because it developed into a large-scale settlement representing the Kinki region.
In the “Kamo Ruins Yayoi Village Stamp Rally”, you will start from the Kawanishi City Cultural Assets Museum and visit the characteristic places of the Kamo Ruins, a large-scale settlement in the Yayoi period, as well as the Kamo Shrine and the Miyagawa Stone Museum, which are closely related to the ruins. increase.
At each point, there is a commentary by a cultural property volunteer guide. In addition, there is also a corner where you can experience a simulated hunting experience, and a corner where you can restore and display ancient cloth woven from plant fibers.
The first 200 people who collect all the stamps and reach the goal will receive commemorative goods.
Details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000067.000098199.html


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