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Yokohama City New City Hall Completion Special Exhibition "Meiji/Taisho Hama Town-New City Hall Construction Site, Suhijima Ruins-"

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[Closed until May 7, 2020 (Thursday) to prevent the spread of new coronavirus infectious diseases] The new city hall in Yokohama was completed in the Kitanakanami district. This area was once called “Suhojima”, and will be transformed into a modern “Hama city” by westernization after the opening of the port. Excavation was carried out along with the construction of the new city hall, and from the excavated traces (remains) and excavated remains (relics), the most advanced technologies and culture at that time became apparent as if time slipped. It was Glass bottles, Western tableware, bricks and Western tiles, earthen pipes and toilet bowls were all new discoveries that lead to modern life. This exhibition introduces excavated materials, ukiyo-e paintings, old maps, and archaeological achievements of the surrounding modern ruins to bring back the "Hama town" of the Meiji and Taisho eras. [Closed days] Monday (open on May 4) and May 7 (Thurs)

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  • Hour
    9:00-17:00 (Ticket sales until 16:30)
  • Address
    1-18-1 Nakagawa-chuo, Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama-shi
  • Ticket type / Fee
    General: 500 yen University/High school students: 300 yen Middle school/elementary school students: 100 yen [Permanent exhibition common ticket] General: 600 yen University/high school students: 400 yen Middle school/elementary school students: 100 yen
  • Contact
    Yokohama City Museum of History ℡045-912-7777
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