Iki City Ikikoku MuseumIki
Ikikoku Museum presents the history of Iki in a building built on a hill overlooking the Harunotsuji Archeological Site. The museum’s collections and exhibits include many records and archeological artifacts related to the island’s historical sites, including Harunotsuji. It is an important center for disseminating information about the island of Iki, preserving the history of the entire island.
Harunotsuji Guidance CenterIki
At Harunotsuji Guidance Center, visitors can see the course of the archeological survey at the Harunotsuji site, the history of the restoration work, and the tools used in the archeological dig and restoration. In the hands-on experience room, visitors can try their hand at ancient skills such as making magatama (curved, comma-shaped beads), earthenware, and glass beads. There is also a hands-on rice paddy cultivating ancient rice grains outside.
Iki Fudoki-no-Oka KofunkanIki
Learn about the history of Iki from the Kofun period to the Edo period at this facility. Kofunkan presents a detailed overview of the Cluster of Tumuli on Iki and information about the location of the burial mounds. It also has a model of Soroku Tumulus, Nagasaki Prefecture’s largest keyhole-shaped burial mound, that shows how it was built.