Tsukuba City Sakura History and Folklore Museum

The Sakura History and Folklore Museum displays archaeological materials and folk tools from the Sakura area.
Fossils of the Naumann elephant, cookie-shaped carbides from the Jomon period, clay figurines, and the prefectural cultural asset, the "ancient board monument," are on display, as well as valuable and interesting materials on farming, sericulture, and indigo dyeing tools, which was popular in the area until modern times.