JLCC Students Visited Yoshinogari Ruins, Saga Pref. on May 20!2019/05/23
Our first study trip since Reiwa Era has started was to go to Yoshinogari Ruins in Saga Prefecture. Yoshinogari Ruins is part of Yoshinogari National Park and the biggest ruins of Yayoi Period (BC 1000 to AD 300; several theories exist) in Japan.
JLCC students disguised in the Yayoi people. They look great!
They tried making Magatama, an ancient accessary, from scratch. They were serious curbing stones.
They look having fun making Magatama for the first time.
After curbing and fixing the stones, they rinsed and rubbed by sand paper.
At last, they put a string through a hole, and then completed.
It seemed that they enjoyed making Magatama, the accessory of the ancient people of Yayoi and learning residences and life styles back then.