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Fudoki no Oka Animal World-Zoo in the soil

Animals were familiar to humans. Various things showing the relationship between humans and animals have been excavated from the ruins. Tools and accessories made from Jomon to Kofun period animal bones and fangs, Kofun period haniwa include deer, horses, and in-shaped haniwa, and bones discarded after being eaten from Matsue castle town in the Edo period. Ceramics with animals drawn on them have also been found. Introducing the relationship between humans and animals from ancient times to the early modern period.

Closed: Tuesday (the next day if it is a national holiday)

Last updated: 5 October, 2020
Date 10 October, 2020 - 7 December, 2020
Time 9:00 am - 5:00 pm(Admission is until 4:30 pm)
Price General 200 yen, university students 100 yen, elementary, junior high and high school students free
Website https://www.yakumotatu-fudokinooka.jp/introduction/exhibition/3266
Venue YAKUMOTATSU FUDOKI-NO-OKA
456, Obacho, Matsue-shi, Shimane 690-0033
http://www.yakumotatu-fudokinooka.jp/en/