Yayoi Notes - yayoi 400 BCE 300 CE agriculutral techniques imported into Japan resulted in drastic changes in society pots created by burnishing(partly

Yayoi Notes - yayoi 400 BCE 300 CE agriculutral techniques...

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yayoi 400 BCE - 300 CE : agriculutral techniques imported into Japan, resulted in drastic changes in society. pots created by burnishing(partly dried pottery was shaped using stones Iron was imported it is speculated that yayoi people were imported into Japan due to improvements in technology; Jomon and yayoi people seem to be completely different. Yellow Sea Interaction Sphere: Eastern shore of China, Western shore of Korea, Western shore of Japan, interaction and movement of trade, immigration, etc. Very connected societies. Think about the differences between the Kofun and Jomon period, and look at the stylistic/technical differences between the types of pottery. Shinto: religion of worshipping nature with indigenous beginnings ise shrine: important temple for worshipping in shinto religion chigi: architectual feature that many shrines have that extend above the roof katsuogi: short logs on top of shinto shrines; prevent shrine from breaking down during typhoons shikinen sengu: transfer of the deity in ritual years.

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