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Go to the Sakitama Ancient Burial and Make a Magatama!

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In this tour we will go to The Sakitama Ancient Burial and make a Magatam! Magatama are curved, comma-shaped beads that appeared in prehistoric Japan from the Final Jōmon period through the Kofun period, approximately ca. 1,000 BC to the 6th century AD.The beads, also described as jewels, were made of primitive stone and earthen materials in the early period, but by the end of the Kofun period were made almost exclusively of jade. Magatama originally served as decorative jewelry, but by the end of the Kofun period functioned as ceremonial and religious objects. Archaeological evidence suggests that magatama were produced in specific areas of Japan and were widely dispersed through the entirety of the Japanese archipelago by trade routes. The course JR Takasaki Line Kitakounosu Station → "Sakitama Green Way" Walking to The Sakitama Ancient Burial (4.5km, about 60min ) → Walking around at The Sakitama Ancient Burial Park → Making a Magatama at Museum of The Sakitama Ancient Burial → Eating a Jelly Fried ★ What is the Jelly fried ★ Jelly fried is a food currently made in Gyoda-shi, Saitama, and It's a kind of a croquette which is made of bean curd without using coating such as bread crumbs. It is normally only found near Gyoda as it has not spread broadly.

In this tour we will go to The Sakitama Ancient Burial and make a Magatam! Magatama are curved, comma-shaped beads that appeared in prehistoric Japan from the Final Jōmon period through the Kofun period, approximately ca. 1,000 BC to the 6th century AD.The beads, also described as jewels, were made of primitive stone and earthen materials in the early period, but by the end of the Kofun period were made almost exclusively of jade. Magatama originally served as decorative jewelry, but by the end of the Kofun period functioned as ceremonial and religious objects. Archaeological evidence suggests that magatama were produced in specific areas of Japan and were widely dispersed through the entirety of the Japanese archipelago by trade routes. The course JR Takasaki Line Kitakounosu Station → "Sakitama Green Way" Walking to The Sakitama Ancient Burial (4.5km, about 60min ) → Walking around at The Sakitama Ancient Burial Park → Making a Magatama at Museum of The Sakitama Ancient Burial → Eating a Jelly Fried ★ What is the Jelly fried ★ Jelly fried is a food currently made in Gyoda-shi, Saitama, and It's a kind of a croquette which is made of bean curd without using coating such as bread crumbs. It is normally only found near Gyoda as it has not spread broadly.

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