Tōhoku History Museum

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Tōhoku History Museum in Tagajō

The Tōhoku History Museum (東北歴史博物館, Tōhoku Rekishi Hakubutsukan) is a museum in Tagajō, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. It houses finds from excavations at the site of Tagajō as well as from other sites in Tōhoku.[1] These include a Jōmon period jade axe excavated in Kizukuri, Aomori Prefecture, and designated an Important Cultural Property;[2][3] and another Jōmon jade, excavated in Niisato, Iwate Prefecture, also designated an Important Cultural Property.[4][5]

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(in Japanese) Tōhoku History Museum homepage

Coordinates: 38°18′00″N 140°59′40″E / 38.30000°N 140.99444°E / 38.30000; 140.99444