Kasori Midden
Kasori Midden
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Tomoko K
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Mar 2018 • Friends
It was an amazing experience for me to walk around Karosi Shell mound. I stopped by at one of the recreated Jomon houses, and tasted Ibokisago (shell fish) soup cooked there using a Jomon pot. I also experienced the Jomon way of fire-lighting helped by a member of Kasori volunteer guide group. We used a special wooden tool prepared by the group. Another interesting experience was creating a handmade accessory with Ibokisago and other shells. I think these events might attract not only small kids but also adults. For those who love history/archeology, I recommend Kasori Shellmounds Site Museum located in the center of the site. It’s a small but informative museum about Jomon pots, middens, and the life of Jomon people. I learned they had treated dogs completely different from other animals, that’s why Kasoriinu, the Kasori’s mascot character, is a dog. Another building keeps cutaway middens, where I felt like time-travelling back to o 5000 years ago. All these special experiences were free of charge. Fire-lighting and accessory making are available on 2nd and 4th Sunday. Igokisago soup and other types of Jomon food (acorn cookies, etc.) are offered only on special occasions.
Written March 17, 2018
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