artnet News | Amah-Rose Abrams:
Joining the Icelandic Phallological Museum, Sulabh International Museum Of Toilets, the Museum of Broken Relationships, and the Ramen Museum in the cannon of strange museums is the Rocks that Look Like Faces Museum in Chichibu, Japan.
Japanese has a word for rocks or stones that look like faces, jinmenseki, and just outside Tokyo there is a museum dedicated to them which contains over 1700 examples. From celebrity lookalikes like Elvis to happy, sad, or even stones that appear to be ghosts, the Chinsekikan (Hall of Curious Rocks) has something of interest for every geological or anthropomorphized natural phenomena fan, This is Colossal reports… Read more
Image: Can you see it? Elvis stone on view at the museum. Photo courtesy Kotaku