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Religious and ceremonial areaYoshinogari is a huge historical park near Yoshinogari Koen Station on the JR Nagasaki Line, not too far from Saga Station.

The park consists of a number of areas, each having a distinct function. This area has buildings used for religious ceremonies.
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Main worship hallThis is the largest structure with three floors. One was used for ancestral worship and another floor was used for important meetings.
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Watch tower
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Inside main worship hall, ancestral prayers
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Inside main worship hall, meeting room
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Burial moundsA large clay pot served as the coffin.
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Inside a storehouse
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Storehouses
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Store house for sacred offeringsSacred offerings for the gods such as sake and silk were made and stored in these huts.
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Museum
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Inside museum
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JR Yoshinogari Koen Station
 
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