Introduction to Jomon Culture and Cuisine
|Title||Introduction to Jomon Culture and Cuisine|
|Place||Tokamachi City, Niigata Prefecture|
|Time||Starts June 2020 (TBC)|
In June 2020, the Tokamachi City Museum will re-open at a new location close to the remains of the Sasayama settlement, an archaeological site that has yielded a number of distinctive “flame pots” from the Jomon period (14,000–350 BCE). A new open-air restaurant at the site will offer a modern take on Jomon-period cusine, while visitors can learn more about Jomon culture and lifestyles through exhibits of traditional clothing, archery tools, and living spaces. This immersive attraction will provide a window into Jomon culture and the unique art inspired by this prehistoric people's integral relationship with the natural environment.