Tokushima Prefectural Buried Cultural Properties Research Centre

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Tokushima Prefectural Buried Cultural Properties Research Centre
徳島県立埋蔵文化財総合センター
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Tokushima Prefectural Buried Cultural Properties Research Centre
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Address86-2, Hirayama, Inubushi
Town or city Itano, Tokushima Prefecture
Country Japan
Coordinates 34°08′34″N134°27′05″E / 34.142818°N 134.451413°E / 34.142818; 134.451413 Coordinates: 34°08′34″N134°27′05″E / 34.142818°N 134.451413°E / 34.142818; 134.451413
Opened3 November 1995

Tokushima Prefectural Buried Cultural Properties Research Centre (徳島県立埋蔵文化財総合センター, Tokushima kenritsu maizō bunkazai sōgō sentā) opened in Itano, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan, in 1995. [1] The collection includes a dōtaku excavated in Yano, Tokushima City which has been designated an Important Cultural Property. [2] Publications include an Annual Bulletin (since 1989) and Research Reports (No.84 in 2014). [3] [4]

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References

  1. 指定管理者運営状況点検・評価シート [Inspection and Evaluation Form](PDF) (in Japanese). Tokushima Prefecture . Retrieved 29 January 2015.
  2. 突線袈裟襷文銅鐸/徳島県徳島市国府町矢野遺跡出土 [Dōtaku with Tossen and Kesadasuki Design] (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs . Retrieved 29 January 2015.
  3. 徳島県埋蔵文化財センター年報 [Tokushima Prefectural Buried Cultural Properties Research Centre Annual Bulletin] (in Japanese). CiNii . Retrieved 29 January 2015.
  4. 徳島県埋蔵文化財センター調査報告書 [Tokushima Prefectural Buried Cultural Properties Research Centre Research Reports] (in Japanese). CiNii . Retrieved 29 January 2015.