YOSHINOGARI HISTORICAL PARK

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Kuratoichi

This area is believed to have been Yoshinogari's commercial center, featuring a large market and storehouses for trade goods. The reasons are that the structure is very similar to ancient clay drawings of Chinese market; there used to be a big river nearby which a boat, an important means for transportation, could travel; and this whole area was completely surrounded with moats.

Picture: Kura to Ichi PLACE OF JUDGEMENT RESIDENCES OF THE MARKET WORKERS LOCATION OF IRANSACTION OF VALUABLES LOCATION THE TRANSACTION OF DAILY COMMODITIES MARKET CENTER PLACE OF FESTIVAL BIG STOREHOUSE OF THE NATION-STATE STOREHOUSE FOR CROPS

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