The starry-skied Jomon world of the Central Highlands ~A journey to experience the lives of the Jomon peoples and Obsidian miners~ Yamanashi Chapter

Yamanashi Prefectural Museum of Archeology,etc (Yamanashi)

This event will focus on 15 Dogu clay figures that will be exhibited across eight facilities, including museums located in six Yamanashi cities that constitute the “Jomon world” in the area named “Shooting-Star Central Highlands.” Participants will visit the facilities to see the clay figures and receive a red “Dogu seal” in special stamp books created specifically for the events.

Event Overview


Thu, 1 Apr 2021 - Sun, 12 Sep 2021


Yamanashi Prefectural Museum of Archeology,etc (Yamanashi)


Yamanashi Prefecture Archaeological Museum

Address: 923 Shimosonecho, Kofu, Yamanashi 400-1508


Take the Yamanashi Kotsu Travel Bus from Kofu Station towards Yudaka via Chudou Bashi and get off at Kenritsu Hakubutsukan (Pref. Archeological Museum) Bus stop. Then walk for 1 minute. 

--- From Tokyo take the express bus from Shinjuku Station West Entrance Bus Terminal towards Kofu (via Minami-Kofu), get off at Chudou and walk 5 mins. 


Koushin Jomon Culture Promotion Council (Yamanashi Prefecture)


The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games


No reservation required.

About COVID-19 Measures

This programme will incorporate thorough infection countermeasures. Please check the official website for details.


Yamanashi Prefectural Archeological Museum

Accessibility information for the event space is as follows: 

- Rental Wheelchairs available | Rental Audio Receivers not available

- Accessible toilet’s (Wheelchair / Ostomate support) available

- Diaper Changing Station Available *Located within the Women’s bathroom

- Toilet Stalls with Baby Chair’s available

- Toilet Stalls for small children not available