YOSHINOGARI HISTORICAL PARK

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Yoshinogari's History

Nakanomura

Nakanomura Dedicated to God

This area is believed to have been where priests made ritual objects used in festivals and political ceremonies held in the Northern Inner Enclosure, the most important place in Yoshinogari. People probably brewed alcohol, raised silkworms and weaved here. It is also believed that priests lived near here although the sites have not remained.

Picture: Nakanomura BREWING SILKWORM RAISING SPINING AND WEAVING CEREMONIAL BOWLS

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