Exhibited by Archives of Tohoku University,Archaeological Research Office and Botanical Gardens.
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Stories of Kawauchi Past and Present (Kawauchi Konjaku Monogatari)
Archives of Tohoku University,Archaeological Research Office and Botanical Gardens.
1, Nature’s Facts: Natural topography and vegetation of Kawauchi and Aybayama.
2, Ancient and Medieval Times: Archaeological sites and artefacts.
3, Edo period: Secondary citadel of Sendai Castle and Warriors residents.
4, Modern times: As “Army Metropolitan”, became a center of Sendai city.
5, After the World War Ⅱ : Restoration from US army and built new campus in 1958.
6, Kawauchi Hagi Hall: From 50th to 100th anniversary, celebrate the centennial.
Door plate of College of General Education(1964-1993)
Small Brazier（The Late 18 century）
Karatsu Pottery （The early Edo priod）
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There is a case that you can not visit the exhibition at the event holding. For details, please contact Kawauchi Hagi Hall office (022-795-3391).