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The research workshops of Japanese History in Doshisha Univ.
In Doshisha University, there are several research workshops of Japanese history by students and teaching staff. Please click below items for getting information of the regular meeting.

Yayoi Culture

Many Yayoi pottery

Rice growing and faith

A lot of stone knives

Ear knob tool (race document)

Bronze bell-shaped vessel (exhumation in the Tokushima Hoshikawauti)

A highland colony shows

Kannon Temple Mountain remain

Kannon Temple Mountain remain is the remains of in the latter half large-scale highlands- related moat colony in Yayoi period run near the tip of the hill which is the narrow head extending to the Osaka plains from the Izumi Mountains. The village is located on two hills running side by side and each village is sectioned by a deep moat and step-formed facilities. 117 remains of a dugout and several Horitate erecting the first pillar thing traces were excavated in the whole village.The relative height with plains is approximately around 25 meter. The flake tool which was used as an arrow and spearmanship such as a flint arrowhead or the informal summer kimono pointed utensil, block for beating straw on and grindstone which I made processing of nuts, and were needed, the stone knife which is used for rice growing,the spider holes which catch an octopus and a common octopus and so on that are a lot of remains about production to remind of the figure of people in the Yayoi Period engaged earnestly in acquisition of food resources were excavated from ruins of a village. These a variety of remains press it for reexamination about the character of the highland colony.

Common octopus pot, octopus pot

Stone knife

A lot of stone axes

Block for beating straw on,grindstone

Flint arrowhead, pointed utensil 6


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