2023 Summer Special Exhibition
Final Jomon Culture in Hokuriku
Date : July 15, 2023－September 3, 2023
In Final Jomon Period, Kamegaoka culture characterized by gorgeous pottery spread in Tohoku, and influenced in various places in the Japanese archipelago. Jomon people in Hokuriku created their own culture which was affected by Kamegaoka culture.
We introduce each living of Jomon people in different culture zones, with a focus on Final Jomon culture in Hokuriku, and look at cultural exchange with Kamegaoka culture in Tohoku.
Head of Dogu (clay figurine)
(Final Jomon Period, about 3,000 years ago)
Okyozuka Site (Nonoichi City, Ishikawa Prefecture)