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Towards World Heritage Inscription

The Sites of the “Jomon Archaeological Sites in Hokkaido, Northern Tohoku, and other regions”

Aomori, Akita, Iwate, and Hokkaido are promoting a group of important Jomon-era archaeological sites for World Heritage inscription. Initially, fifteen sites were selected: Kita Kogane, Irie-Takasago Midden, Washinoki Site, and Ofune Site (Hokkaido); Odai Yamamoto Site, Kamegaoka Stone Age Site, Tagoyano Midden, Sannai Maruyama Site, Komakino Site, Mitsumori Midden, Korekawa Stone Age Site, and Choshichiyachi Midden (Aomori); Oyu Stone Circle and Isedotai Site (Akita); and Goshono Site (Iwate). Later, the Kiusu Shuteibo and Kakinoshima (Hokkaido), and Omori Katsuyama (Aomori) Sites were added, for a total of 18.

 

No. Name Location Era Description
1 Kiusu Shuteibo Chitose, Hokkaido Late Jomon Communal cemetery with circular embankment
2 Irie-Takasago Midden Toyako, Hokkaido Early-Late Jomon Midden including numerous human bones
3 Kita Kogane Midden Date, Hokkaido Early Jomon Large midden overlooking Uchiura Bay (“Volcano Bay”)
4 Washinoki Site Mori, Hokkaido Late Jomon Cemetery and stone circle with a view of Mt. Komagatake
5 Ofune Site Hakodate, Hokkaido Middle Jomon Large settlement with large pit dwelling remains
6 Kakinoshima Site Hakodate, Hokkaido Early-Late Jomon Site of one of Japan’s largest Jomon-era artificial circular embankments
7 Odai Yamamoto Site Sotogahama, Aomori Incipient Jomon Site from the Paleolithic-Jomon transition period
8 Tagoyano Midden Tsugaru, Aomori Early-Middle Jomon Midden and site of shell ring production facility
9 Kamegaoka Stone Age Site Tsugaru, Aomori Final Jomon Site famous for its “goggled” dogu (clay figurine)
10 Sannai Maruyama Site Aomori, Aomori Early-Middle Jomon Large settlement spanning 1500 years
11 Mitsumori Midden Shichinohe, Aomori Early-Middle Jomon Settlement site with large midden
12 Komakino Site Aomori, Aomori Late Jomon Large, unique stone circle
13 Omori Katsuyama Site Hirosaki, Aomori Final Jomon Cemetery and stone circle with a view of Mt. Iwaki
14 Choshichiyachi Midden Hachinohe, Aomori Early Jomon Midden reflecting Early Jomon fishing and labor practices
15 Korekawa Stone Age Site Hachinohe, Aomori Early-Final Jomon Lowland wetland site yielding copious quantities of lacquer, etc.
16 Oyu Stone Circle Kazuno, Akita Late Jomon Actually two large stone circles
17 Isedotai Site Kita-Akita, Akita Late Jomon Four large stone circles
18 Goshono Site Ichinohe, Iwate Middle Jomon

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