The original haniwa, the flying squirrel haniwa (excavated at the Shofukuji site of the Minami Hatori tumulus group), which is the only haniwa in Japan, and the human head-shaped earthenware products excavated from the Jomon period haniwa are exhibited. Free admission.
Visited around 14:00 on August 28, 2020.
It's in the park. Personally, it is impressive that not only earthenware and farm equipment but also old organs were displayed.
I love visiting museums, but I got the feeling that this exhibition was a mixture of things from different eras.
Put it in for free. The heating was pounding and it was warm. I felt that it was a little inevitable even though there was no customer. There were people in the reception, but neither greetings nor explanations came.