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Kariya-City Living in the Stone Age Rotating Exhibit
at KARIYA City Museum of History

Date : 07/13/2024 - 08/25/2024


  • Living in the Stone Age
  • Living in the Stone Age

Excavations in Kariya City have unearthed remains from the Paleolithic period to Japan’s ancient Jomon period, which have in turn given up numerous stone tools. Stone tools served as invaluable devices to the everyday lives of those living at that time. These tools were made using rocks procured from the surrounding mountains and rivers, enjoying a variety of changing processing methods and uses as time progressed.
This exhibit showcases the stone tools of Kariya City and Aichi Prefecture, highlighting the master craftsmanship, knowledge, and resource utilization of those living during the Stone Age plus so much more.

EVENT OVERVIEW

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  • Bus Stop
Date : Sat, Jul 13–Sun, Aug 25, 2024
Holding time : 9:00 am–5:00 pm
Location : 〒448-0838
4-25-1 Aizuma-cho, Kariya-shi, Aichi
Fee : Free of charge
Phone number : KARIYA City Museum of History
Address: 4-25-1 Aizuma-cho, Kariya-shi, Aichi
Email: rekihaku@city.kariya.lg.jp
Holidays : Mon (open should Mon coincide with a national holiday and closed the following weekday)

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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    Approx. 15-min. walk from Aizuma Station on the JR Tokaido Main Line or Kariyashi Station on the Meitetsu Mikawa Line.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    • Approx. 20 min. from Nagoya-Minami Junction or Toyota-Minami Interchange on the Isewangan Expressway.
    • Approx. 15 min. from Hitotsugi Interchange on Route 23 (Chiryu Bypass) from Nagoya.
    • Approx. 20 min. from Noda Interchange on Route 23 (Chiryu Bypass) from Toyohashi.

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