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Mesolithic culture characterized by pottery decorated with cord patterns (jomon). Jomon artifacts have been found from Hokkaido to the Ryukyu Islands. The Jomon people lived in sunken pit dwellings and subsisted primarily by hunting, fishing, and gathering. They used chipped-stone and later polished-stone tools and made clothing of bark. Though their pottery was technically primitive, it demonstrated diverse forms and imaginative designs and decorations. See also Yayoi culture.



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