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History and Outline
Opened in January 1977. This center was established as the first prefectural center for buried cultural properties in Japan to investigate, research, preserve and apply the buried cultural properties. Its new building was built in 1987 and displays archaeological documents of Toyama Prefecture in their respective themes in the exhibition room.
Collection and Exhibition
The archaeological finds of the Sakai A ruins of Asahi Town (an important cultural property designated by the nation)
The archaeological documents of Toyama Prefecture
- 206-3 Chaya-machi, Toyama-shi, Toyama-ken 930-0115 Japan
- +81 76-434-2814
- Friday (the first weekday of the following week if it falls on a national holiday), from December 28 to January 4
- Parking provided
Take the Toyama Chitetsu bus for Takaoka from JR Toyama Station on the JR Hokuriku Line, get off at Kurehayama-koen bus stop, and walk 0.5 km.
Take Toyama Chitetsu bus for Kitadai(a belt-line bus)・Shinoko-higashi-guchi from JR Toyama Station and get off at Kenritsu-toshokan-mae bus stop and walk 1 minute.
15 minutes by car from Hokuriku Expressway Toyama-nishi I.C. 36.71041,137.180793
- Exhibits of major archaeological documents found in Toyama Prefecture