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Japanese People and Nature
Around 40,000 years ago, our ancestors encountered a land rich in forests and oceans at the eastern edge of Asia, and they began to settle in the Japanese Islands. Thereafter, various other groups of people brought their distinctive cultures to the islands. These peoples came together while still maintaining particular aspects of their culture. Our ancestors skillfully interacted with the natural environment of the Japanese Islands through the invention of pottery, the cultivation of plants and other techniques.
1.The Voyage of the Japanese PeopleThe Historical Voyage of the Japanese People
2.The Beginnings of Human History in the Japanese IslandsThe Voyage of the Japanese People
3.Hunter-gatherers in the ArchipelagoReading the Bones: What Sort of People were the Jomon?
4.Yayoi People from the ContinentReading the Bones: What Sort of People were the Yayoi?
7.Organisms surrounding the JapaneseInfluences on the Nature
Organisms Brought into Japan
The Organisms Bred by the Japanese
8.The Natural Environment Supporting the JapaneseEnvironmental Changes Associated with Rice Cultivation
The Diversity of Rice
Rice and the Development of Technology