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Museum shop new product “Stuffed toy key chain “Haradeguchi-kun tossho” new release Yokohama City Museum of History

Yokohama City Furusato History Foundation
Museum shop new product “Stuffed toy key chain “Haradeguchi-kun tossho” new release [Yokohama City Museum of History]
Whenever I go out, I go with Haradeguchi-kun.
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As a new product, the Yokohama City Museum of History Museum Shop will be releasing a stuffed toy key chain “Haradeguchi-kun to Issho” with the motif of a cylindrical clay figurine excavated from the Hara Deguchi Ruins in Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama. Sales will start on Saturday, August 8th.
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/64384/127/resize/d64384-127-965ccdb5b6c27e32dce0-12.jpg&s3=64384-127-191ad4bfc740816fd94c4c5bcc3fa4b4-1920×1280.jpg] New product: Stuffed toy keychain “Haradeguchi-kun and Issho” [Why did you make “Haradeguchi-kun” into a stuffed animal? ] The product’s motif, a cylindrical clay figurine from the late Jomon period (approximately 3,500 years ago) excavated from the Hara Deguchi Ruins in Tsuzuki Ward, Yokohama City, has been exhibited at the Okinawa Prefectural Museum and Gunma Prefectural Museum. We have a track record of exhibiting at museum exhibitions around the country, including the Prefectural Museum of History. Usually displayed in the permanent exhibition room of the Yokohama City Museum of History, this cylindrical clay figurine, which is popular for its adorable face and appearance, has the potential to become even more popular in the future. That’s why I called him “Haradeguchi-kun.” This time, we have commercialized the product as a stuffed toy keychain as part of our museum’s 30th anniversary celebrations, which will be celebrated on January 31, 2025, in hopes of further increasing recognition.
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Recent exhibition history of cylindrical clay figurines excavated from the Haradeguchi Ruins (Haradeguchi-kun’s past)
・Okinawa Prefectural Museum Special Exhibition “Jomon and Okinawa – Symbolism of Flame-shaped Earthenware and Jade Road”
Thursday, November 22, 2018 – Sunday, January 20, 2019
Information about this exhibition will be published in Yokohama City Museum of History News 46 and 47.
 https://www.rekihaku.city.yokohama.jp/koudou/study/publications/news/news46/  https://www.rekihaku.city.yokohama.jp/koudou/study/publications/news/news47/ ・Gunma Prefectural Museum of History Special Exhibition “Large collection of heart-shaped clay figurines!!”
September 28, 2019 (Sat) – December 1, 2019 (Sun)
The exhibition on this occasion will be published in Yokohama City Museum of History News48
 https://www.rekihaku.city.yokohama.jp/koudou/study/publications/news/news48/ ・Yokohama Eurasian Cultural Museum Traveling Special Exhibition “To Yamato of Shikishima – Asian Bunka Traffic”
June 13th (Sat) – July 12th (Sun), 2020
The exhibition on this occasion will be published in Yokohama City Museum of History News49
 https://www.rekihaku.city.yokohama.jp/koudou/study/publications/news/news49/ ・Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of History/Sagamihara City Museum 2020 Kanagawa Ruins Exhibition “Environmental Adaptation of the Jomon People”
Saturday, December 24, 2022 – Sunday, January 29, 2023 / Tuesday, February 7, 2023 – Sunday, March 5, 2023
The exhibition on this occasion will be published in Yokohama City Museum of History News54
 https://www.rekihaku.city.yokohama.jp/koudou/study/publications/news/news54/ About Hara Deguchi Ruins
[Location] 33 Kawawadai, Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture https://sitereports.nabunken.go.jp/ja/26956
Related products: Paper craft “Cylinder-shaped clay figurine Haradeguchi-kun”
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Haradeguchi-kun also has a paper craft version of Yokohama City Museum of History’s original craft kit. Comes with instructions on how to make it. Please be sure to purchase it together with the stuffed toy key chain. [Difficulty level] ★☆☆☆☆ [Tools used] Glue [Standard production time] 10 minutes ~ [Estimated finished product size] Maximum girth 29cm, height 17cm [Price] 800 yen (tax included) *Separate shipping fee for online shops It takes.
Online shop product page: https://yokohamahistory.shop-pro.jp/?pid=155497353 More details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000127.000064384.html



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