Early Jomon (5000–2500 B.C.) Similarities between pottery produced in Kyushu and contemporary Korea suggest that regular commerce existed between the Japanese islands and Korean peninsula. The inhabitants of the Japanese islands lived in square-shaped pithouses that were clustered in small villages. A variety of handicrafts, including cord-marked earthenware cooking and storage vessels, woven baskets, bone needles, and stone tools, were produced for daily use.

Early Jomon B.) Similarities between pottery produced in Kyushu and contemporary Korea suggest that regular commerce existed between the Japanese islands and Korean peninsula.

上コブケ遺跡人面装飾付土器・ この土器は今から約4,500年前の縄文時代中期に作られた土器で、考古学では曽利式土器と呼ばれます。

Above Kobuke ruins human face decorated with pottery 01 Middle Jomon

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