The Yoshinogari Historical Park is the largest and most important Yayoi Period site located in Saga Prefecture, Japan. The concept of the park is "Listen to Voice of the Yayoi", Yayoi life and culture are much appreciated during a park visit. This is the best place to learn about this era in Japanese history.
Discovery of the ruins and relics in this park go through a research and now considered an important cultural asset. In 1992, the ruins were designated a National Historical Park.
2001 was the year when the park is open to the public.
One of the most important construction in the park is the Minami Naikaku which is found in the center of the park. This is where the kings in the Yayoi period governed. There is also a exhibition house that displays tools and clothes of the Yayoi people.
Another important settlement is the Kita Naikaku that contains a large shrine used for ancient ceremonies
This park also includes recreational areas such as sprawling open field where visitors can have picnic and play sports, playgrounds, golf courses. It also has a restaurant and souvenir shop.
Ride a limited express train from Nagasaki and get off at Saga. Then, transfer to a local train to Kanzaki Station.
The park opens at 9:00 to 17:00 . It is closed on December 31 and the third Monday and Tuesday of January The admission fee ios 420 Yen.
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