Exhibition Room of Ruins of Morinomiya Site
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More than 10,000 years ago, most of Osaka was undersea. It is said that this area was a headland. In excavations of “shell mounds” or the ancients& its rubbish heaps, the bones of 17 humans have been found. The human remains of Osaka& its so-called “First Citizen” are on display at this exhibition room.
Morinomiya Piloti Hall Basement, 1-chome17-5, MorinomiyaChuo, Chuo-ku.
●Subway: Chuo Line: Morinomiya Station (C19).
Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line: Morinomiya Station (N20). ●Other: JR Osaka Loop Line: Morinomiya Station.
●Telephone: 06 (6941) 6331
●Price: Free. ●Opening Date&Times: Confirmation is required before.
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