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Itazuke Iseki, Fukuoka

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  • From Fukuoka Airport located 10 minutes by car. Itazuke ruins is the ruins of the encircled village of Japan's oldest and Japan's rice cultivation. Jinaicho ring moat and the Interior was restored, and the Archaeological Park. Here, rice started from the top end of the Jomon period, has been restored some its paddy fields. Rice paddies are square type, not had a rectangular cloth in. It became crowded, and so for the peak, about 500 people who lived outside the encircled village was was. And looking around the moat in fact living in 500 people certainly is something for all tastes. Also, outside of the moat were small burial mounds and artifacts exhibition facility.
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  • What is the vast ruins including the lowland in the East and West, mainly low plateaus on the Mikasa and morooka River 狭mareta area is large complex in a residential area made karizu Bud's. Paleolithic ruins the Yayoi era should have preceded it, the Jomon period and subsequent Kofun-there are ruins of the middle ages.
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  • This is the famous Itazuke ruins Museum. First was surprised because it is in a residential area. Itazuke ruins explained clearly, and exhibited in the families with children.
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