Ikifudoki Hill (イキフドキノオカ)

A park where you can learn about life on Iki Island from ancient times

Area
Iki
Category
History&Culture
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A private house that was found on Iki Island in the 18th century has been restored on the grounds. Tools used in daily life, agricultural tools and other materials from 1,500 years ago that were excavated on Iki Island are exhibited inside. You can learn about life on the island at that time. Taking a walk around the burial mounds in the surroundings is also popular. There are also burial mounds you can go inside. Accordingly, this is a spot where you can experience history while exploring the lushly green nature. Please directly experience this rich history.

Information

Address 811-5544 長崎県壱岐市勝本町布気触325番地
TEL 0920-43-0809
Hours of Operation 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Last admission: 4:30 p.m.)
Closed Every Monday and from December 29 to January 3
Price High school students and older: 100 yen / Junior high school students and younger: 50 yen
*20% discount for groups of 15 people or more
Access 15 minutes by car from Gonoura Port
Website https://www.tripadvisor.jp/Attraction_Review-g1022847-d2083100-Reviews-Iki_Fudoki_no_Oka-Iki_Nagasaki_Prefecture_Kyushu.html

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