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Accessories and Objects for Prayer from the Jomon Period

"Accessories and Objects for Prayer from the Jomon Period"

Heiseikan Japanese Archaeology Gallery  May 8, 2018 (Tue) - May 26, 2019 (Sun)

  
Clay Earring, Excavated at Nakatakase, Akiruno-shi, Tokyo, Jomon period, 2000–400 BC (Gift of Mr. Shiono Hanjuro)

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Bone Hairpin, Excavated at Kamitakatsu Shell Mound, Tsuchiura-shi, Ibaraki, Jomon period, 2000–400 BC
Clay Earring,
Excavated at Nakatakase, Akiruno-shi, Tokyo, Jomon period, 2000–400 BC (Gift of Mr. Shiono Hanjuro)
Pendant,
From Usozawa Shell Mound, Otomo-cho, Rikuzen-takata-shi, Iwate, Jomon period, 2000–400 BC (Gift of Mr. Tokugawa Yorisada)
Stone Rod,
Excavated at Furubira-cho, Hokkaido, Jomon period, 2,000–1,000 BC
Stone Object in Shape of Chinese Broadsword,
Provenance unknown, Jomon period, 3000–1000 BC (Private collection)
Headgear-shaped Stone Object,
Excavated at Shiojiri-machi, Shiojiri-shi, Nagano, Jomon period, 2,000–400 BC (Gift of Mr. Sakura Samojiro)