Let’s Use Stone Tools!

How well can stones cut? Let’s find out!

Operation Period

Every Sunday and national holidays (may be cancelled when other events are held)

Time Required

About 5 minutes

Number of Participants



0 JPY– (tax included)

**To prevent the spread of the new Coronavirus, the "Let’s Use Stone Tools!" experience is currently suspended.
* For inquiries or details, please contact the Sendai City Tomizawa Site Museum.

In “Let's Use Stone Tools,” you can experience cutting paper with stone tools made by the Sendai City Tomizawa Site Museum staff. Since the staff will carefully explain instructions, even small children can safely enjoy the experience. Adults can also participate, so please join and see for yourself how sharp stone tools are.

*Activity may be cancelled when other events are held. Activity times are subject to change.

Let’s see how a stone tool works! Appreciate the skill and hard work of humans during the Paleolithic Age!

Experience Program NameLet’s Use Stone Tools!
Activity LocationSendai City Tomizawa Site Museum view lounge
Time RequiredAbout 5 minutes
Operation PeriodEvery Sunday and national holidays (may be cancelled when other events are held)
Start Time13:30-15:00 (activity times are subject to change)
Minimum number of participants1people
Maximum number of participants4people
Let’s Use Stone Tools! experience0 JPY (Tax included)
What is included in the priceParticipation and materials fee.
Method of PaymentFree with purchase of museum admission ticket.
Meeting Spot4-3-1 Nagamachi Minami, Taihaku-ku, Sendai-shi, Miyagi-ken 982-0012
Meeting TimeAny time between 13:00-15:00
Access--By Public Transportation--
Use the Sendai Municipal Subway from Sendai Station heading towards Tomizawa. Depart at Nagamachi-Minami Station. The museum is a 5-minute walk west from West Exit 1 or West Exit 2.

--By Car--
About 7 km east of the Tohoku Expressway Sendai-Minami IC
Free parking available for 21 cars.
Facility InformationRestrooms, lockers (separate fee).
Barrier-free AccessYes
4 wheelchairs, elevator, slope
About multi-lingual supportJapanese
Explanation by staff.