In 2001 Meiji University deposited its Alaskan ethnological and archaeological materials in Hokkaido Museum of Northern Peoples. The ethnological materials consist of 113 pieces, and the archaeological ones 523 pieces. These were collected by the staff of Meiji University in the course of the Alaskan investigation in 1960. In this paper, I describe artifacts ethnological group collected at Point Hope in North Alaska. Artifacts were arrow heads, scrapers, knives, bird spears, harpoon heads, ornaments, wooden tools and so on. Most of the materials do not have information of their origin because of not to be excavated but to be collected. But we will consider the relations between Eskimo culture and environment in the arctic and sub-arctic area, the socio-cultural structure, and the process of culture change by these artifacts.