Remains of ancient Korean settlement found

The remains of an ancient site believed to have been used by early settlers in Japan from the Korean Peninsula during the early Kofun period have been found in Fukuoka Prefecture, Kyushu. The site, found in the Nishijin Machi Ruins on the grounds of a high school, is believed to have been built between the early 3rd century and the late 4th century. The arrow indicates a kitchen oven that Tadashi Nishitani, a professor of archeology at Kyushu University, says might have been very common in the Korean Peninsula, but not in Japan. ==Kyodo

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