rekihaku

  1. Rekihaku

    Rekihaku

    The main building of the National Museum of Japanese History in Sakura City, Chiba.
  2. Godzilla

    Godzilla

    Godzilla, an icon of Japanese pop culture
  3. Meiji-era flats

    Meiji-era flats

    Flats from the Meiji era on display at the Rekihaku
  4. Traditional kitchen

    Traditional kitchen

    Traditional kitchen from the late Meiji / Taisho Period
  5. Darumasan

    Darumasan

    Darumasan on display at the Rekihaku
  6. Manekineko

    Manekineko

    Manekineko of all kinds on display at the Rekihaku
  7. Rekihaku

    Rekihaku

    Tutelary deity
  8. Kappa

    Kappa

    Model of a kappa
  9. Rekihaku

    Rekihaku

    Folkore artifacts from Japanese matsuri
  10. Rekihaku

    Rekihaku

    Folkloristic artifacts from Senritsu
  11. Folklore

    Folklore

    Scene depicting a lion dance on display at the Rekikahu
  12. Kitamaebune

    Kitamaebune

    A coastal trading boat called Kitamaebune, ships that linked Osaka and Kyoto with the Ezo Islands, the northern regions of Japan
  13. Edo diorama

    Edo diorama

    A large diorama of Edobashi in Edo (modern-day Tokyo) on display at the Rekihaku
  14. Rekihaku

    Rekihaku

    Seats at the Rekihaku arranged to display an ancient map of Japan
  15. Junk

    Junk

    Model of a Japanese junk ship on display at the Rekihaku
  16. Sawyers

    Sawyers

    Sawyers from the Muromachi period (1338-1573) on display at the Rekihaku, using a revolutionary sawing technique (oga) imported from China
  17. Heian court dress

    Heian court dress

    Heian courtiers displayed at the Rekihaku
  18. Haniwa

    Haniwa

    Haniwa statues from the Kofun Period (250-538CE) on display at the Rekihaku
  19. Stone jars

    Stone jars

    Stone jars dating back to the Yayoi Period (300 BCE - 300 CE)
  20. Late Jōmon pottery

    Late Jōmon pottery

    Pottery from the Late Jōmon (ca 2500-ca 1000 BCE) on display at the Rekihaku
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