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The Yoshinogari Ruins extend over three villages in Kanzaki City of Saga Prefecture, and are the largest Yayoi period ruins in Japan. A great number of artifacts from Yayoi period (an Iron Age era from 400 BC to AD 300) have been excavated, from which we are able to learn about everyday life at that time.
1869 Tade, Yoshinogari-cho, Kanzaki, Saga
Adult (including junior high school students) 420Elementary and junior high school students 80Over 65 years old 200Free under 6 years old
September - May : 9:00-17:00June - August : 9:00-18:00
December 31 The third Monday of January and the day after that
The workshop events are held every week in July and August. You can make Magmata beads, Doki clay pots and much more.
Take a train from JR Tosu Station or JR “Saga Station”, and get off at JR “Yoshinogari-Koen Station” or JR Kanzaki Station. The ruins are a 15 minute walk from these stations.
Take a bus from Fukuoka Airport Domestic Terminal or Saga Station Bus Terminal, and get off at Yoshinogari-Rekishi-Koen-mae.
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