Like the Nikkoji Dotaku, the Keino Dotaku are said to have been dug up at Naka-no-Mido in Keino Village (present-day Matsuhokeino, Minamiawaji City). These are gaientsukichu dotakus (dotakus with an outer flange), which have an outer flange adorning the lateral part. They were discovered on the coast overlooking the Harimanada Sea, which suggests the involvement of Umi-no-tami in dotaku rituals in the Yayoi period.
|Designation||National Important Cultural Property|
|Address||Awajishima Museum, 1-1-27 Yamate, Sumoto City, Hyogo Prefecture 656-0024|
|Open||9:00-17:00 (Last admission: 16:30)|
|Closed||Mon. & day after public holiday, Year end & New Year
(Closed Mon. & Tue. when Fri. or Sat. is a public holiday. Closed Tue. & Wed. when Mon. is a substitute holiday.)
|Entry||Adults: ¥400 University/High school students: ¥250
Junior high /Elementary school students: ¥100
※Free entry for infants and people with a disability.
※Separate entry fees may be charged for special exhibitions.
※Discount for groups of 20 or more.
|Parking||Free (30 car spaces. Large bus space available.)|