EventWe hold special exhibitons, planned exhibitions and lectures for the public or children in Shinagawa historical museum.
The Changing scenery of Shinagawa
The scenery of Shinagawa from the Edo period to the Showa period,We will introduce
the transition with materials such as ukiyo-e, modern prints, and photographs.
|Open||October 9 to December5
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (No admission accepted after 4:30 p.m.)
Elementary and Junior High:50yen
※Groups of more than 20 are 20% off.
※Seniors over 70 and the handicapped are free.
|Others||The museum is closed from October 4 to 8 because of changing exhibitions.|
Town walker app Kokosil Shinagawa - Omori Shell Mounds
Using this app, you can experience the Jomon Era using AR, and visit the various Omori Shell Mound excavation sites in Shinagawa.
To use the app, please search for “Kokosil” in the App Store from your iOS device, or Google Play from your Android device. After you have downloaded and installed the app, open it and select “Kokosil Shinagawa – Omori Shell Mounds” from the region selection screen. Kokosil is free to download and use (data charges may apply to download and operate the app).
* iOS devices must have iOS11 or greater installed, and Android devices must have Android 6.0 or greater installed.
|Experience people’s lifestyles and scenes from the Jomon Era brought to life in CG. At the Omori Shell Mounds Ruins Garden or the Oisuijin Park, you can use the app to see how people lived at that very spot long ago, and slip back in time with familiar illustrations of the excavations.
It may not be possible to use all features or update the app on low-spec devices or those without the required OS version (less than Android 8.1).
|Tour Cource||In 1877, the American zoologist Edward S. Morse conducted the first scientific excavation in Japan – at the Omori Shell Mounds, making it the birthplace of Japanese archeology. Monuments to the excavations can be found around the area of the Omori Shell Mounds, telling the story of those accomplishments today. Take a stroll around the Omori Shell Mound spots, and enjoy a trip back to the time of the excavations!|
|Get a new photo frame (total 5) with each stamp you collect. Collect all five stamps and present the completed stamp screen at the Shinagawa Historical Museum to receive a special souvenir! (Available while supplies last)|