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Araki Shuseikan Museum

In 1952, Araki Minoru, a junior high school teacher at the time, began his journey into archaeology when one of his students discovered a single piece of pottery. Motivated by this find, he took it upon himself to establish a museum. The museum, called "Touzan Ancient Kiln Site Group," proudly exhibits excavated artifacts from archaeological sites in Chikusa, Showa, and Tempaku wards in Nagoya, in a permanent exhibition on the second-floor gallery. Additionally, on the first floor, they regularly host three annual exhibitions, each lasting four months, showcasing a various range of individual collections.

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Address 〒468-0014
Nagoya City 5-616 Nakadaira, Tenpaku Ward
Area Eastern Area



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