Remains of a historic village found on the Nintendo Museum site

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Last summer, Nintendo announced plans for a Nintendo Gallery, an art museum that will “share Nintendo’s product development history and philosophy with the public.” It uses the site of a now-defunct manufacturing facility that was also used for product repairs before the workload was moved elsewhere. Above is a concept image for the facility.

Interestingly, Asahi reported that while preparing the ground, the remains of a Yayoi period (late 3rd century) village were discovered. The City Council has reportedly been working on two areas of the site since February; Pottery, a “potential ritual site”, clay slabs and evidence of buildings were found.

According to the report, the excavation will end at the end of April, then it will be backfilled and construction will resume.

Nintendo is slated to open the gallery in fiscal year 2023/34, with Asahi reporting a target opening in 2023. Remains of a historic village found on the Nintendo Museum site

Fry Electronics Team

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