Japanese Museum of Rocks That Look Like Human Faces Tauheed Ahmad October 13, 2017 Amazing & Incredible 79 In Chichibu, there is a museum of rocks where you won’t learn anything about geology. Though, you will enjoy spending some pleasant hours marveling at bizarre exhibits such as the Elvis Presley rock, the Boris Yeltsin rock, the Jesus rock, the Nemo rock and the Donkey Kong rock. The museum lies about two hours northwest of Tokyo, also called “Chinsekikan” means “hall of curious rocks”. The museum contains more than 1700 specimens, and out of 900 are resemble human faces. Moreover, these unaltered rocks naturally resemble celebrities, religious figures, movie characters, and more. The avid collector, Shozo Hayama took the step to collect rocks, spent 50 years collecting naturally eroded rocks that looked like human faces. Although, Shozo Hayama no more alive and died in 2010 and his wife running museum affairs. Related PostsThe Land of Strays in Costs RicaChina Opens World’s Largest Aquarium Sets Five Records Devetàshka Cave a Huge Karst Cave in Lovech BulgariaWorld’s First Invisible TowerThe Devotion and Loyalty of Hachiko DogWow; 60 Vintage Cars Found after 50 Years of Neglect on French Farm, Worth £12 Million Japanese’s Artists Used 1000s Of Miniature Origami Cranes Turned into Incredible Bonsai TreesThe Hand-Carves Nature on Wood Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.