Lacquered pottery, etc. have been well preserved in Kamegaoka, which includes a low-lying wetland site. Since the Edo era it has been known both domestically and internationally that excellent samples of artistic pottery and clay figurines have been excavated from Kamegaoka. The name of the Kamegaoka culture, featuring artifacts from the Jomon period in northern Japan, is derived from this site. (Fuindo Collection, Aomori Prefectural Museum)
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