Tokushima Archaeological Museum

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Tokushima Archaeological Museum
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Tokushima Archaeological Museum
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Address10-1 Nishiyano, Kokufu-chō
Town or city Tokushima, Tokushima Prefecture
Country Japan
Coordinates 34°03′39″N134°28′09″E / 34.060908°N 134.469051°E / 34.060908; 134.469051 Coordinates: 34°03′39″N134°28′09″E / 34.060908°N 134.469051°E / 34.060908; 134.469051
OpenedNovember 1998

Tokushima Archaeological Museum (徳島市立考古資料館, Tokushima-shi kōko shiryōkan) opened in Tokushima, Japan, in 1998. The collection includes artefacts from the Jōmon to the Nara and Heian periods. [1] [2]


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  1. 徳島市の歩み [History of Tokushima] (in Japanese). Tokushima City . Retrieved 29 January 2015.
  2. 館蔵品の紹介 [Museum's Collection] (in Japanese). Tokushima Archaeological Museum. Retrieved 29 January 2015.